The widely publicized cancellation of the controversial documentary is likely to backfire for those concerned that the ideas in the film are fraudulent and wrong.
A Virginia school district’s decision to ban a short video about affirmative action, along with the suggestion that it may ban other “racially divisive” material, raises serious First Amendment concerns.
The video, as it was intended to do, has sparked a lively debate. Shouldn’t a school seek to nurture that discussion instead of stifling it?
Quentin Tarantino has every right to criticize the police, and they have every right to criticize him. But police officers should be mindful of the First Amendment rights of those with whom they disagree.
The popular film Straight Outta Compton offers a glimpse at the music censorship battles of that era, when a song’s lyrics could warrant a letter from the FBI.