Too little, too late from the Wilson Times editorial board

By ROBIN VANDERWALL . . . While we’re happy to see that the editors at The Wilson Times understand the danger of legislative overreach when it comes to First Amendment

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Right speech, right time, right now. Engage.

By MICHAEL ROSENBERG . . . The criminalization of the speech of registered citizens ensures Tom and Jane Public can continue with a campaign of blissful ignorance; the proliferation of

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Packingham petition offers hope for change at nation’s highest court

By ROBIN VANDERWALL . . . Among the more significant cases concerning registered citizens that have made their way to the United States Supreme Court, few have had as much

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Federal court guts NC premises statute, permanently enjoins prosecutions

By ROBIN VANDERWALL . . . Frustrated by the state’s refusal to offer any facts supporting its “conjectural” and “anecdotal” evidence defending section a(2) of North Carolina’s premises statute (N.C.G.S.

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