Inside the First Amendment

‘Enemies of the people?’ Simply, Plainly — ‘No.’

IFA, camera, journalist

Most journalists put their personal preferences aside in doing their job, looking for a good story regardless of political implications.
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School walkouts in the wake of ‘Parkland’ — protected by the First Amendment or not?

Parkland student protests

As the youth movement around gun control gains steam, some schools have threatened students with suspension and other consequences if they protest on school grounds.
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Let’s focus on real journalism — not so-called “fake news”

Trump at news conference

President Trump’s “Fake News Awards,” the latest stunt in his anti-press campaign, contribute to a lessening American commitment to a free press.
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We’re a big part of the fix for ‘junk news’

Individual consumers bear just as much responsibility as social media companies in the fight against junk news.
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Hefner, Rolling Stone: Goodbye to two original free spirit, free speech icons

With the impending sale of Rolling Stone and the death of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, the sun sets on two champions for free expression.
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Patriotism, respect for flag cannot be ‘ordered’

This weekend’s “Take a Knee” controversy brings to mind failed efforts from our past to mandate patriotism.
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