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Defense of free speech no longer a slam dunk in America

WASHINGTON. Increasingly, free speech in America is equal to violence. Andrew Marantz of the New York Times wrote: “Noxious speech is causing tangible harm. Yet this fact implies a question so uncomfortable that many of us go to great lengths to avoid asking it. Namely, what should we — the government, private companies or individual ...

Cody Wilson: Free speech and 3D printed handguns

Gun-rights advocates often say the First Amendment is meaningless without the Second to back it up. But thanks to new 3D printed handguns technology, it appears the First Amendment call for Free Speech is breathing renewed meaning into the Second... “which the Founders hoped and trusted they would do.”