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  3rd Circuit won't create new category of unprotected speech (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Court votes 10-3 to strike down 1999 federal statute that criminalizes depictions of animal cruelty.     08.01.08
  Government-speech doctrine can make restrictions too easy (commentary)
  By Douglas Lee Two recent cases show how a usually harmless principle may be applied in ways that put free speech at risk.     07.30.08
  Janet Jackson ‘flap’: Everybody lost (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Letting viewers decide what to see and hear is a lot more efficient than four years of litigation.     07.27.08
  Ruling against expression is no music to inmates’ ears (commentary)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. 3rd Circuit defers to Pennsylvania prison officials's claims that allowing inmates to play in independent bands posed security risk.     07.23.08
  In marriage debate, divorce church from state (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes Maybe we should separate secular from sacred by drawing a bright line between civil arrangements and the sacrament of marriage.     07.20.08
  Benjamin Bache & the fight for a free press (analysis)
  By Ronald K.L. Collins Fiery publisher's Aurora newspaper enraged Washington, Adams, other Federalists. Part 1     07.14.08
  Benjamin Bache & the fight for a free press (analysis)
  By Ronald K.L. Collins After struggling against financial punishment by Federalists, incendiary publisher endures imprisonment under Alien and Sedition Acts. Part 2     07.14.08
  For better or worse, wild wild Web being fenced in (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Legislation, court decisions, self-imposed restrictions and private vendor rules are creating limits in wide-open speech country.     07.13.08
  Williams may be term's most far-reaching speech ruling (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro Child-porn case appears to expand range of speech that falls outside of First Amendment protection.     07.07.08
  An American question on the 4th of July (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes To many who have been denied the full promise of 'liberty and justice for all,' Independence Day is a challenge to the future.     07.03.08
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