Original Flag Burner Sues Over Failed Reboot at GOP Convention

A San Francisco man whose right to burn the flag was enshrined into U.S. law sued Cleveland and conspiracy theorist radio host Alex Jones, claiming the city suppressed a flag-burning protest at last year’s GOP convention and Jones’ InfoWars reporters gave false reports to bolster assault charges.

Read more

California Man Says He Was Run Out of Texas Town

A California man who went to a small South Texas town to visit a woman he’d met on Facebook claims he was detained for no reason by the town’s police chief, who put him on a bus back to California after telling him, “You are not welcome here, you gotta go.”

Read more

9th Circuit Revives Bison Observer’s Civil Rights Claims

Anthony Patrick Reed may one day get his day in court on behalf of Yellowstone National Park’s wild bison, after the Ninth Circuit ruled Monday that a jury should have determined whether the volunteer for the Buffalo Field Campaign had his First and Fourth Amendment rights violated during a 2012 federal government hazing of bison back into Yellowstone National Park.

Read more