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  Burning the chance to educate youth about respect and rights (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Golden opportunity could be lost in California principal's reaction to flag-burning photo in high school newspaper.     06.15.08
  Pastors, politics and the wink-wink rule (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes IRS line-drawing on pulpit-politicking seems like confused attempt to make a distinction without a difference.     06.08.08
  7th Circuit untangles suburban squabble (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Court: Qualified immunity shields police officer who reacted to faux-tombstone taunts.     06.06.08
  Party conventions will bring another test for free speech (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski As in 2004, this year's big political gatherings are likely to attract disputes over demonstrations, public access and more.     06.01.08
  Remembering 2 forgotten women in free-speech history (analysis)
  By Ronald K.L. Collins and David L. Hudson Jr. Olive Rabe and Rosika Schwimmer, virtually unknown today, helped make First Amendment history. Part 1     05.27.08
  To the high court: Olive Rabe representing Rosika Schwimmer (analysis)
  By Ronald K.L. Collins and David L. Hudson Jr. How two women virtually unknown today made free-speech history in United States v. Schwimmer. Part 2     05.26.08
  Are students canaries in the free-speech coal mine? (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes We can predict the future health of freedom of speech in America by looking at how public schools live up to — or fail to live up to — the First Amendment.     05.25.08
  Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.’s voting record in free-speech cases (analysis)
  Table showing how Supreme Court Justice Holmes voted in free-speech cases.     05.23.08
  As Justice Holmes said … (analysis)
  Compiled by Ronald K.L. Collins Selected quotations by Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. on free speech, related matters.     05.21.08
  Cartoons, T-shirts and more: why we must protect what offends (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski The same First Amendment protections that shield offensive speech from government censorship also protect those who would speak in opposition.     05.18.08
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