Column

First Amendment does not unconditionally protect blocked Twitter users

Brief analysis of court cases reveal the complicated history of First Amendment protection on the public forum

Column

Political integrity is vital to democracy — discourse on Twitter must not be an exception

Politics on Twitter has its pitfalls, but now more than ever, constituents have the power to hold their leaders accountable

UW-Madison Campus

UW professor dives into Board of Regents’ free speech policies

Political science professor Howard Schweber said Regents' decision to use the word 'disrupt' in guidelines is too vague

Column

Conservatives’ self-victimization on college campuses is getting old

Freedom of speech not good enough excuse to target already marginalized groups

Column

Politicians shouldn’t exploit taxpayer dollars for personal gain

After controversial settlement over free speech lawsuit comes question about sincerity of activism

Column

Crisis Pregnancy Centers destroy female bodily autonomy

California law regulating information provided by centers step in right direction, likely won't survive Supreme Court

Column

Protest culture essential to roots of democracy, both home, abroad

Fighting for justice integral to fabric of any nation, citizens must ensure government works in their collective favor

Point-counterpoint

Point Counterpoint: Freedom of religion includes freedom for conservative business owners

Tolerance must be extended to those who hold their businesses to ethical standards established by their higher power

Column

This Thanksgiving, be thankful for the right to protest

In a time as politically polarized as 2017, we should be thankful for the First Amendment

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: UW System more tolerant of hate than those who stand against it

Students' ability to assemble, protest controversial speakers trampled with new UW policy