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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Human Events
Human Events is a weekly conservative magazine founded in 1944 by Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post editor (1933-40) Felix Morley, newspaperman Frank Hanighen and former New Dealer Henry Regnery. The magazine takes its name from the first sentence of the United States Declaration of Independence which reads "When in the course of human events..." In 1951, Frank Chodorov, former director of the Henry George School of Social Science in New York, replaced Morley as editor, merging his newsletter, analysis, into Human Events. - Source: Wikipedia
Human Events, the venerable Washington-based conservative newspaper, will cease publishing its weekly print edition after nearly 70 years but will continue to operate its popular websites, the publisher announced Wednesday.