First Amendment

Others were less succinct.   The claim comes just days after Trump complained that the Senate Intelligence Committee investigating
The BBC has been criticised for giving a voice to the far-right.
Read more on The Huffington Post A Breitbart editor has defended the right of white supremacists to demonstrate in Charlottesville
Shortly after Trump was elected, and periodically since, my grandmother has asked - nay, begged - me to be careful about what I write. She was concerned the president, or his cronies, would target me. I had written it off as her typical overprotectiveness, but after the last week's events, I no longer can.
I've seen some of Obama's America and reported it as fairly as I'm able, but while I may disapprove of the President's seeming dismissal of the Huffington Post as a relevant source of news, I'll sure as hell defend to the death his right to say that that's what he thinks.
The American people understand that politics should not be the preserve of men alone, of whites alone, or of a wealthy few. It is only a matter of time before we will overturn Citizens United. I urge all senators, Republicans and Democrats alike, to hasten history and vote in support of a Constitutional Amendment this week. Our democratic rights as a free people are at stake.
Words and cartoons are incredible instruments, part wand, part weapon, and they should be free to do what they do best.
Once more, the spectre of Prism haunts the news agenda. Edward Snowden, a wannabe Julian Assange (what a compliment, by the way) has been periodically releasing tranche after tranche of secret documents on British and American intelligence programmes.
I owe my life to the remarkable generosity of America's political system, which under legislation from Franklin D. Roosevelt welcomed thousands of children from England during World War II. It is out of this respect, and out of a fear for how money is corroding America's political system, that I call for a rethink of how we approach campaign finance.
Today, the Health and Social Care Bill continued its tortuous passage through Parliament, with its first day of Committee on the floor of the Lords. To kick things off, Labour's front bench tabled an amendment on 'the Principles of the NHS'.