Americans, Not Government, Are the Arbiters of Truth – Hagerty Op-Ed

The Cozy Relationship Between Big Government And Big Tech Has Blossomed Into Brazen Collusion. When The White House Doesn’t Like What Americans Are Saying, They Pick Up The Phone And Use Government Power To Pressure Unaccountable Big Tech Corporations To Censor Americans. This scheme to end-run the Constitution by secretly working with tech platforms to censor Americans’ speech is not only disturbing but also wholly inconsistent with the government’s constitutional role in American life. It is completely contrary to the foundational principles embedded in the First Amendment to our Constitution.

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New Legislation Introduced To End Govt Collusion With Big Tech

The Disclose Government Censorship Act Seeks To End The Government-Directed Speech Suppression And Viewpoint Censorship The White House Recently Revealed In Stating That It Routinely Urges Big Tech Companies To Remove The Speech Of Americans That The Government Deems Inaccurate Or Unhelpful.

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Federal Judge Blocks Tennessee Transgender Bathroom Law Temporarily

On Friday, A Federal Judge Placed A Temporary Block On Tennessee’s Newly Passed Transgender Bathroom Law. The Block Was Issued By Judge Aleta A. Trauger Of Tennessee’s Middle District. This Block Allows Law Enforcement Officials To Temporarily Halt All Enforcement Of The Law.

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Tennessee ACLU Files Federal Lawsuit Over Transgender Bathroom Signs

The Tennessee Chapter Of The American Civil Liberties Union Filed A Federal Lawsuit Against The State’s New Transgender Bathroom Law On Friday, Claiming The Law Is “Unconstitutional” And That It Is A Violation Of First Amendment Rights “Against Compelled Speech.”

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Critical Race Theory Is About To Face Its Day In Court

Critical Race Theory Is About To Face A Major Real-world Test: A Spate Of Lawsuits Alleging That It Encourages Discrimination And Other Illegal Policies Targeting Whites, Males And Christians. The Lawsuits Name Specific Policies And Practices That Allegedly Discriminate, Harass, Blame And Humiliate People Based On Their Race. The Common Thread Of These Legal Challenges Is The Inescapable Logic That Making Accommodations For Critical Race Theory Will Erode The Nation’s Anti-discrimination Law As It Has Developed Since The 1960s.

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Hagerty Introduces Bill to Combat Big Tech Censorship

United States Senator Bill Hagerty (R-TN) Has Introduced The 21st Century Foundation For The Right To Express And Engage In Speech Act. The Act puts The American People, Rather Than Big Tech Corporations, In Charge Of What They Say Or Hear In Today’s Public Square.

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Law Safeguarding Church Services During Pandemic Advances

Tennessee House Republicans Passed Legislation Further Protecting Tennesseans’ First Amendment Right To Hold Religious Services During A State Of Emergency.

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U.S. Supreme Court Overturns California’s Restrictions On In-Home Religious Activities

The U.S. Supreme Court Ruled Late Friday That California’s COVID-19 Restrictions On In-Home Religious Gatherings, Limiting Worship To Families From A Maximum Of Three Households, Could Not Continue.

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For The People Act Is A Brazen Assault On State Authority And Free Speech

H.R. 1 would implode the rights of states in administering their own elections. This is in response, of course, to the hundreds of election-related lawsuits filed in the wake of ballot irregularities and various kinds of legislation making their way through state capitols to push back against some uncertainty about the November 2020 elections. But there is also an aspect of H.R. 1 that has not been much discussed, and that’s the silencing of speech. Even the American Civil Liberties Union, itself a long-established organization that is normally aligned with the authors of H.R. 1, has said that language contained the bill assaults the First Amendment.

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