Supreme Court will hear trademark case directly relevant to Stop Islamization of America trademark

Longtime Atlas readers are quite familiar with our First Amendment trademark case. We have been fighting to trademark SIOA (Stop Islamization of America) but were repeatedly refused because it considered “disparaging” to Muslims. It was, in effect, an application of sharia law (‘do not criticize Islam.’) Now the Supreme Court is going to hear a…


Volokh: Cartoon contest “The organizers are sending a message that they are not afraid…at least not so afraid that they will forgo their First Amendment rights”

Legal expert Eugene Volokh here ably explains why our AFDI/Jihad Watch Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest was necessary — and why those who are blaming me for the jihad shooting are wrong: “Islamo-non-phobia, and the value of defiance,” by Eugene Volokh, Washington Post, May 4, 2015 (thanks to David): Two apparent would-be jihadists drove…

Washington Post on AFDI Legal Victory: “May government reject political ads from its property, because it concludes they’re false?”

The problem with the Washington Post headline is — the ad isn’t false. The real question is, may the government reject political ads from its property, because it doesn’t like the message? And the answer to that is unequivocally no. The anti-Israel ads that Muslim antisemites run on buses, trains and billboards are patently false,…

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