U.S. Supreme Court

Tom Olohan | June 6, 2024

A coalition of leftist groups published a dishonest attack on Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito just prior to the announcement of the verdict in former President Donald Trump’s criminal trial last Thursday and in the midst of  the Supreme…

Luis Cornelio | May 14, 2024

The Media Research Center is calling on the federal government to stop discriminating against religious broadcasting companies and right-leaning talk radio.

On Monday, MRC filed an amicus brief this week in support of the…

Tom Olohan | March 20, 2024

Tech mogul Elon Musk unloaded about the importance of free speech and the challenges he has faced dealing with the prior regime at X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter. 

During a live conversation with Missouri…

Joseph Vazquez | March 19, 2024

Imagine a radical law organization financed by George Soros lurching so far to the left on the free speech issue that it ends up bastardizing the very philosophy of the liberal U.S. Supreme Court associate justice it's named after. Enter the…

Luis Cornelio | February 26, 2024

Can states put social media platforms on notice for censoring Americans, or are these platforms broadly protected to prohibit or limit content online with impunity? These are some of the questions that the Supreme Court may decide. …

Tom Olohan | February 26, 2024

MRC Free Speech America Vice President Dan Schneider laid bare the hypocrisy of Big Tech companies censoring conservatives while relying on expansive liability protections under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. 

Luis Cornelio | January 2, 2024

A powerful group of leftist entities, including academics, doctors and a lawmaker, are rallying behind the Biden administration’s un-American censorship operations as it battles a pending Supreme Court case.

The influential leftists…

Autumn Johnson | October 23, 2023

The Supreme Court decided to intervene in the landmark Missouri v. Biden (2022) case zeroing in on the threats Big Tech-Government censorship collusion poses to free speech, but it temporarily chose to side with the government. 

The…

Tim Kilcullen | September 29, 2023

After years of delay, the notoriously risk-averse Supreme Court will finally decide whether states have the right to protect free speech from Big Tech’s authoritarian censors.

In a Friday morning order, the U.S. Supreme Court announced…

Luis Cornelio | September 15, 2023

The Biden regime is fighting tooth and nail to preserve its power to coerce Big Tech ahead of the 2024 presidential election.

Following a request by the scandal-ridden Department of Justice, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito temporarily…

Tom Olohan, Joseph Vazquez | June 30, 2023

George Washington University Law School professor Jonathan Turley hailed a “victory” for free speech after the U.S. Supreme Court protected the First Amendment rights of a web designer targeted by the rainbow mafia. 

Turley said…

Autumn Johnson | June 28, 2023

The U.S. Supreme Court made a major decision that will determine whether certain online comments will be classified as “threats” or free speech.

In a 7-2 opinion, the Court threw out the conviction of a man who allegedly made online…

Autumn Johnson | May 24, 2023

United States Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch said the quiet part out loud–the United States operated like an “autocratic” government during the COVID-19 pandemic and colluded with social media companies to silence free speech.

In a…

Joseph Vazquez | April 14, 2023

Insufferable New York Times economics columnist Paul Krugman apparently didn’t think his strategy through before he tried to caricature Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas as some kind of elitist.

Krugman’s latest drivel celebrated the…

Autumn Johnson | February 23, 2023

We now know a bit about where some of the justices of the Supreme Court of the United States are leaning in one family’s landmark case against Google.

Google is being sued by the family of a woman killed in 2015 during an ISIS-led…

Autumn Johnson | January 23, 2023

The New York Times revealed the major changes that could come to online censorship if the Supreme Court of the United States decides to reform Section 230.

The Times technology reporter David McCabe analyzed just what is at stake…

Joseph Vazquez | October 3, 2022

The leftist Big Tech overlords may finally face a day of reckoning as the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a challenge to the Section 230 law that governs how tech platforms moderate free speech.

SCOTUSblog tweeted Oct. 3 that SCOTUS…

Catherine Salgado | September 22, 2022

The Supreme Court may consider a Florida law banning social media censorship after the state’s attorney general petitioned the high court for a ruling on the law.

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody and multiple other Florida officials…

Joseph Vazquez | July 13, 2022

Leftist outlets warning about potential data privacy infringements for those seeking abortions pushed for the surrender of people’s privacy when it came to COVID-19.

MRC Free Speech America found at least eight major publications that…

Gabriela Pariseau | July 12, 2022

Twitter censors conservatives who dare challenge the leftist agenda, but leftist activists can attempt to intimidate federal officials and Twitter won’t bat an eyelash. 

“ShutDownDC,” a group known for organizing harassment campaigns…