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  Journalist ‘shield’ – balancing openness, security (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Under a Senate bill, journalists would be protected from having to reveal confidential sources — but not if they witnessed a crime or if there were an imminent threat to life or national security.     10.07.07
  Good primer on the secrecy struggle (commentary)
  By Carol Nackenoff Book review of Geoffrey Stone's Top Secret: When Our Government Keeps Us in the Dark.     10.05.07
  Court opens term with First Amendment case (analysis)
  2007-08 Supreme Court term preview by Tony Mauro Justices to decide three election- or voting-related cases, consider appeal from government on Internet law.     10.01.07
  Over God We Fight (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes Promoting 'In God We Trust' produces court cases rather than religious belief — because trusting in God is an act of faith, not a national slogan.     09.30.07
  Targeting the First Amendment (commentary)
  By Nat Hentoff Second of two columns on President Bush's version of the First Amendment.     09.29.07
  An odd view of free speech (commentary)
  By Nat Hentoff First of two columns on President Bush's version of the First Amendment.     09.27.07
  Reflections by an academic-freedom pioneer (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Forty years ago Harry Keyishian was lead plaintiff in Supreme Court case that established academic freedom as protected value.     09.26.07
  We don’t teach — or encourage — First Amendment freedoms in school (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski We need community and government environments where commitment to free expression and religious liberty is valued, not just recited.     09.23.07
  Freud, the FCC & the doctrine of respondeat superior (commentary)
  By Ronald K.L. Collins CBS argues before 3rd Circuit that Janet Jackson's breast-baring at 2004 Super Bowl was not only unintentional, but FCC was also way out of bounds in imposing a $550,000 fine.     09.21.07
  Is Ill. campus-press law too good to be true? (commentary)
  By Douglas Lee As hard as it might be to believe, there appears to be no catch, just a sincere desire to protect college media from overzealous campus administrators.     09.19.07
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