Danger signs for religious freedom in 2008 (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes A presidential campaign overlarded with religion menaces religious freedom; so does Islamophobia.     01.06.08
 
  Look for ’08 to be year of broadcast-regulation battles (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Looming showdown likely will redefine what government can regulate regarding what we see and hear, not just on television but also in new media.     12.30.07
 
  Author's loss in N.Y. court isn't First Amendment defeat (commentary)
  By Douglas Lee Complicated case that arose after Saudi businessman won libel judgment in England was in the end about civil procedure.     12.27.07
 
  In 1657, a small group stood up for religious freedom — for others (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes Signers of the Flushing Remonstrance, in trying to protect Quakers from persecution, set a standard for all of us — and paid a price.     12.23.07
 
  Romney's record goes beyond religion (analysis)
  By Josh Tatum As governor, Olympics chief and now candidate, Mitt Romney stakes out range of positions on First Amendment issues.     12.18.07
 
  On its birthday and every day, First Amendment matters (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski If any one element of the First Amendment is likely to dominate public attention in 2008, it’s the first 16 words.     12.15.07
 
  To advance religious freedom, teach about religion (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes European security organization warns that diverse societies can't afford ignorance about their citizens' different faiths.     12.09.07
 
  Indecency regulation: beyond broadcast? (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Currently FCC can't restrict indecent content on cable or satellite services — but some would like to change that.     12.05.07
 
  We saw it then, we see it now: how free press can protect us (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Two cases — spanning more than 50 years — illustrate news media’s important role as government watchdog.     12.02.07
 
  5th Circuit extends limits on student speech (commentary)
  By Douglas Lee Panel makes several curious twists and turns to reach conclusion that its decision 'follow(s) the lead' of recent Supreme Court ruling.     11.27.07