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  11th Circuit tosses Fla. man's retaliation suit (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Three-judge panel rejects fired Ormond Beach worker's claim that he was speaking more as a citizen than public employee when he sent critical e-mail.     12.04.08
 
  It's Seuss-and-desist at Lou-ville Who-ville (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Who-ville was a Dr. Seuss kids' Christmas spot, until a lawyer's letter said NOT.     12.03.08
 
  Let’s support free speech even when others test its limits (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski JuicyCampus.com, Westboro Baptist anti-gay protesters are prompting creative official attempts to silence their speech.     11.30.08
 
  When marriage debate turns ugly, no one wins (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes Before clash between gay-rights activists and Mormon church escalates further, both sides should exercise caution, reconsider their battle plans.     11.23.08
 
  'Hillary movie:' campaign-finance victim? (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro High court case raises concern over campaign-finance restrictions spilling over into traditionally protected forms of expression.     11.17.08
 
  New blend of media expands free speech, press (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski 21st century dynamics of free press, free speech are an intriguing blend of traditional news media, new technology, personal messages, entertainment.     11.16.08
 
  Court again struggles with First Amendment doctrines (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro As justices hear Summum case, they question own precedents for second time this month.     11.13.08
 
  Study abroad in Cuba flunks court test (commentary)
  By Douglas Lee Teachable moment passes as D.C. Circuit judges fail to agree on meaning of academic freedom.     11.11.08
 
  Summum case not just about religion (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro In fact, issue of government speech is prominent in case involving religious monuments in Utah.     11.10.08
 
  Beyond the election: E Pluribus Unum (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes High priority for President-elect Obama: Help unify Americans, developing a common vision of the common good across our differences in the most religiously, ethnically diverse nation on Earth.     11.09.08
 
 
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