The comics listen to a story of friendship lost and found, and guess what jokes China will ban next.
Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses freedom of symbolic speech and the true nature of hot dogs.
Tags: andrew napolitano, interviews, civil war, history, flags, laws, first amendment, freedom of speech, supreme court, government, hillary clinton, slavery, civil rights, food, audience interaction, libertarians, resignations/terminations, senate
Jordan Klepper reports on an underrepresented voice in British democracy: money.
As 2016 approaches, the FEC admits defeat and stops trying to regulate campaign finance abuse.
Tags: books, literary references, money, government, corruption, comics, movies, hillary clinton, controversies, scandals, charity, campaigns, elections, koch brothers, arby's, freedom of speech, first amendment, megyn kelly, chris christie, new jersey, farming, voice-over, the simpsons
The Best F#@king News Team Ever throws a party, and Texas worries about a secret military takeover.
Tags: texas, violence, guns, comics, police business, islamic, religion, work/office, first amendment, freedom of speech, crime, jessica williams, jordan klepper, hasan minhaj, mongering, food, smoking, hunting, al madrigal, partying, drugs, isis, military, conspiracies, history, town hall, barack obama, government, rick perry
The panelists discuss the roots of political correctness and its potential for stifling discourse.
Tags: lizz winstead, maz jobrani, john p. avlon, nick dipaolo, nfl, racism, college, education, first amendment, freedom of speech, twitter, liberal, conservative, internet, terminations and resignations, scandals, panel
Rick Scott outlaws the term "climate change," and a university releases a list of unwelcome words.
Tags: global warming, environment, science, rick scott, florida, laws, censorship, freedom of speech, frank luntz, men/women, sexism, college, education, immigration, aliens, sci-fi, nerd alert, new york city, weather, fashion, knowledge college
A portable toilet shortage in the Philippines is forcing police to use diapers for the pope's visit.
The arrest of a divisive French comedian calls into question the country's support of free speech.
Tags: media, france, paris, news, rallies, barack obama, freedom of speech, terrorism, francois hollande, facebook, jewish, racism, discrimination, food, censorship, chick-fil-a, fast food, restaurants, movies, sex, immigration
A new icon of liberty is introduced at a massive rally for freedom of expression in Paris.
Tags: france, paris, rallies, terrorism, extremism, violence, work/office, labor, stereotypes, freedom of speech, barack obama, international affairs, diplomacy, media, russia, turkey, egypt, palestine, saudi arabia, eric holder, travel, john kerry, rosewater, costumes, movies
Norman Lear recalls making his TV special "I Love Liberty" with a surprising mix of people.
Tags: exclusives, extended interviews, interviews, norman lear, books, tv, freedom of speech, jane fonda, gerald ford, censorship, declaration of independence, constitution, government, media, accountability, controversies, tom brokaw, work/office, aging, world war ii, wars, history, america
Stephen figures out who really writes the laws in Washington.
Tags: on topic, exclusives, mashups, better know a lobby, lobbyists, laws, guns, freedom of speech, marijuana, labor, kids, washington dc, environment, money, animals, snakes, energy, atheist, sex, congress, religion
Dahlia Lithwick talks about a recent Supreme Court ruling regarding abortion clinic buffer zones.
The FDA violates Big Pharma's freedom of tweets, and Ben & Jerry's ice cream becomes GMO-free.
Gigi Ibrahim calls upon American citizens for solidarity in the Egyptian revolutionary struggle.
Abdul Fattah el-Sisi wins Egypt's presidential election, and Egypt's satirical TV show is cancelled.
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