The Council of Europe has adopted a measure that would criminalize Internet hate speech, including hyperlinks to pages that contain offensive content.
Free Speech (Freedom Tech)
Online Journal Contributing Writer
Since it's the threat of obscurantism we're hoping to thwart, let's be blunt: The Bush administration's plan to strip the Government Printing Office's authority is a threat to democracy.
We Will Drive Together to DC and Deliver Our Warning:
This Nation Has a Constitution. Our Government WILL Obey It.
For three years, this Foundation has been unsuccessful in its numerous attempts to get our servant government to respond to formal petitions for redress of grievances regarding well documented accusations challenging the legal authority and jurisdiction of the US Government to enforce an income tax upon the People of this nation.
By Mike Hersh (c) 2002
After The Soul Searching Ends, It's Time To Work For Our Survival.
We deserve some time to look inside ourselves to ponder what happened. We are only human, and cannot fault ourselves for seeking simple answers, giving in to sadness or letting out our anger. When the fog of failure lifts, when the blame game ends, we have to get to work.
by Alan Gathright
September 27, 2002
A federal 'No Fly' list, intended to keep terrorists from boarding planes, is snaring peace activists at San Francisco International and other U. S. airports, triggering complaints that civil liberties are being trampled.
posted September 06, 2002
from the September 06, 2002 edition
12 YEARS AGO: US troops deploy in the Saudi desert Nov. 4, 1990, before the Gulf War. As the US mulls an attack on Iraq, wary experts recall faulty information used to justify past campaigns.
Special Gulf War Issue 1991Gulf War Stories the Media Loved --
Except They Aren't True
The Indelible Right of Free Expression
The list of artists whose work has been banned is a long one. Ronald P. White has joined that list. It was 1999 when this South Carolina artist last created a work of art in his home state, and that creation was videotaped and broadcast to a local television audience. While most artists would bask in the glow of such exposure, Whites led to his arrest and conviction for merely having performed his craft.