The ‘Irreversible Damage’ of Censorship
Which path do we want to follow: a culture of free speech with a robust marketplace of ideas, or a culture of censorship in which activists, CEOs, and journalists decide which ideas are open for debate?
We Don’t Need to “Change America”—We Need to Protect Our Fundamental Freedoms
We don't need to “change America” by redefining our founding principles and restricting our most cherished liberties. Quite the opposite.
How Free Speech Makes Us Better
America’s great tradition of free expression allows us to defend our beliefs, learn from others, and seek truth without fear of punishment. Unfortunately, this freedom is now taken for granted.
In the Midst of Election Uncertainty, Challenges to Your Freedom Continue
The challenges to religious liberty, free speech, the sanctity of life, and freedom of conscience are not on hold. They will continue no matter who is ultimately declared the winner of the election.
WATCH: Why We Can Be Proud of America’s Founding
There is a growing movement that believes America was born in shame and must be torn asunder. But this movement neglects a major aspect of America’s founding.
Young People Who Identify as Transgender Are Making Irreversible Decisions
As with any decision you make when you’re young, you might change your mind. What happens then?