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  From young reader to engaged citizen (commentary)
  By John Seigenthaler On Constitution Day, it would be good to examine the vital role a free press has played in our nation’s history.     09.17.07
 
  What part of ‘secular nation’ do we not understand? (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes 2007 State of the First Amendment survey finds majority of Americans believe Founders intended and established a Christian nation — though in no way did they do so.     09.16.07
 
  Too much secrecy is also a threat (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Keeping some government information under wraps may protect us in some ways, but it also leaves us vulnerable to hidden problems we should know about.     09.09.07
 
  For McCain, First Amendment runs 2nd to campaign reform (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro Arizona Republican's record shows other goals, from election financing to flag protection, trump free speech.     09.04.07
 
  Do Arabic, Hebrew public schools cross church-state line? (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes Two new language-themed schools inevitably must teach words with religious significance, which could raise danger of imposing religion.     09.02.07
 
  Recent FOI victories: Judges reject baseless secrecy (commentary)
  By Douglas Lee In several states, government efforts to withhold public information have failed.     08.28.07
 
  Stifling protest: bad choice between law and order (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Managing media moments is no justification for shutting out or shutting down those with an off-the-script message.     08.26.07
 
  Christian Embassy at the Pentagon: Too close for comfort? (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes There's nothing wrong with religious groups volunteering to provide spiritual support for military personnel — unless they are being sponsored or favored by officials.     08.19.07
 
  Inmate presents compelling claim for high court review (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Joseph Koutnik's challenge to prison's outgoing-mail policy would give Supreme Court opportunity to clear up disparity in lower courts.     08.17.07
 
  We’re strangling high school free speech, press (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Between adverse court rulings and antagonistic school officials, students are learning that free expression is not valued.     08.12.07
 
 
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