On his show last night, Tucker Carlson battled an Antifa activist over free speech and political violence.
At least nine people were arrested Thursday night related to protests at the University of California, Berkeley, over an appearance by conservative commentator Ben Shapiro.
Ben Shapiro called out his critics Wednesday, reminding those calling him a white supremacist that he is an Orthodox Jew, "literally the number one target" of neo-Nazis.
Tucker Carlson debated a Democratic strategist who supports a California bill that would suggest jail time for elder care workers who "willfully" misuse pronouns when referring to transgender residents.
Tucker Carlson had a heated debate with civil rights attorney Brian Claypool over tech companies allegedly caving to the left and cracking down on free speech.
Author Mark Steyn said that the First Amendment protections of freedom of speech and expression are paramount for a functional society.
Ann Coulter's canceled speech at the University of California-Berkeley is just another example of the far left's assault on free speech, Sean Hannity said in his opening monologue tonight.
Greg Gutfeld reacted to the final cancellation of Ann Coulter's speech at the University of California-Berkeley.
Tucker Carlson debated a professor who said colleges should make "value judgments" to block speakers they disagree with.
After canceling her planned speech at the University of California-Berkeley, conservative commentator Ann Coulter will sit down with Sean Hannity tonight to discuss the controversy surrounding the event.
Judge Andrew Napolitano slammed a New York Times op-ed written by a professor who said free speech should be restricted to protect "marginalized" people.
Economist Ben Stein said far-left rioters and demonstrators who choose to use violence to crush opposing views display a type of mental illness.