Free Speech? Congressman Removes Ferguson Student’s Art Depicting Cops Negatively

January 6, 2017 Lauren Victoria Burke

On January 3rd members of the U.S. House swore to uphold the Constitution on the first day of the 115th Congress — that would include the first amendment and freedom of speech. Three days later, Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter had other ideas. Rep. Hunter isn’t known as the most active and prolific member of the

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