U.S. to Prosecute WikiLeaks’ Assange, Raising Constitutional Concerns

The Department of Justice is considering charges against Julian Assange, founder and editor of Wikileaks. The case would largely hinge on whether the DOJ successfully can argue that WikiLeaks’ actions are not journalism and, therefore, are exempt from First Amendment protections related to freedom of the press. According to The Washington Post’s sources, federal attorneys … Continued

North Carolina Defiant, Takes Action Against Feds To Protect Its Bathroom Bill

In response to a Monday deadline imposed by the federal government regarding its so-called “Bathroom Bill,” North Carolina has filed a lawsuit against the Department of Justice accusing the federal government of overreach and arguing that Title VII does not recognize transgender status as a protected class. “If the United States desires a new protected class under … Continued

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