First Amendment Rights


Freedom of Speech as enshrined in the US Constitution allows us all to speak freely, and the First Amendment says that Congress shall make no law abridging this right. Even hateful, unpopular, or provocative speech is protected expression. The DKT Liberty Project fights to overcome unconstitutional prohibitions that limit free speech.


VICTORY IN UTAH “DEADPOOL” CASE!

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September 26, 2017

Judge Rules Statute Violates First Amendment “Brewvies” is the name of a theater that serves alcohol and food to movie-goers. The Utah Alcoholic Beverage Control sent undercover agents to view showings of “Deadpool” – – an R-rated movie that grossed $731 million at the box office worldwide, the largest grossing R-rated movie in history. State Read the full article…

First Amendment Prevails in ‘Bible Believers’ Case

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December 6, 2016

Dearborn, Michigan hosted the largest Arab-American festival in the United States in the summer of 2012, a three-day event that was open to the public. A fundamentalist Christian group, the Bible Believers, went to the festival to proselytize for their religion. The group carried signs and wore t-shirts with messages such as “Only Jesus Christ Read the full article…