From The Hollywood Reporter
Larry Flynt wrote a guest column for The Hollywood Reporter admonishing major media outlets for failing to publish the cartoons at the center of the Charlie Hebdo tragedy in Paris earlier this month. In the column, Flynt called out American media conglomerates for not publishing the offensive cartoons at the center of the tragedy, failing […]
Last week, CNN ran a piece on Larry Flynt, HUSTLER, and the dangers of publishing controversial content, in light of the recent attacks on Charlie Hebdo in Paris. Flynt spoke with CNN about his history with the First Amendment and freedom of expression, and about the importance of staying strong resolute in defending freedom of speech […]
From The Huffington Post
This week in Paris, Muslim extremists murdered 12 innocent people at Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical publication that has come under past attacks for their depictions of the prophet Muhammad. Journalists, cartoonists and others around the world responded with an outpouring of grief, support, and solidarity, eager to battle terrorism through freedom of expression. In the Huffington Post Politics […]
From FOX BUSINESS NETWORK
Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com HUSTLER’s Larry Flynt appeared on FOX Business Network to discuss President Obama’s recent comments about implementing strong rules on net neutrality. President Obama called for equal access for all consumers on all websites, which would ban cable companies and Internet service providers from slowing down content from websites who […]
From NEWSEUM INSTITUTE
Larry Flynt, the septuagenarian publisher of Hustler magazine, is one of the most controversial figures in First Amendment jurisprudence. He is legendary for simultaneously pushing the buttons and boundaries of sexual expression in the United States while fighting key free speech fights against figures such as the late Jerry Falwell, who headed the Moral Majority and founded Liberty University.
“Jon Stewart can do what he does because of my case,” proclaims Larry Flynt, publisher of Hustler Magazine. That case, Hustler Magazine and Larry Flynt v. Jerry Falwell, was decided more than a quarter of a century ago by the United States Supreme Court.