In yet another challenge to free speech on the road, a woman was arrested in Houston, Texas for warning motorists they were approaching a speed trap. ‘Speed trap!’ Natalie Plummer of Huston was bicycling home with her groceries last week when she noticed an inordinate number of cars being pulled over for speeding. Being the Read on! →

A Florida judge ruled Tuesday that the U.S. Constitution protects motorists flashing their headlights to warn approaching vehicles of a speed trap as free speech. Unsolicited early warning When Ryan Kintner, 25, from Lake Mary, Fla., saw a sheriff’s deputy parked with radar gun in hand last August, he did what any member of the Read on! →

How would you feel about driving down a southern highway and seeing a sign saying that section of asphalt has been adopted by a chapter of the Ku Klux Klan? Is it a case of free speech, or of promoting hated? Such speculation may be put to the test, if one group has its way. Read on! →