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A rapper, a blogger and ‘true threats’
By Gene Policinski When does saying someone deserves to be killed cross the First Amendment line between harsh speech and actual threat?
Blog: Heckling, name-taking fly in face of protest, petition
By Gene Policinski Town-hall shout-downs, government snooping for 'fishy' info serve to drown out our First Amendment freedoms.
Reach of online speech raises new issues of freedom
By Gene Policinski The challenge ahead is to limit the limits, not just restrain the speech.
An American midsummer night’s reflection: freedom
By Gene Policinski Considering free-expression crackdowns around the globe, we might take a few moments from vacations to appreciate how freedoms are protected here.
Insider dinners with news outlets leave the public hungry
By Gene Policinski Closed-door sessions with no public involvement, reporting or outcome seem a poor approach to allaying distrust of news media.
Justice Souter: man of few words, including 'no'
By Gene Policinski Retiring justice maintained that cameras in courtrooms affected judges' behavior.
Pundits should be judged in court of public opinion
By Gene Policinski First Amendment protects advocacy, even when ideas being discussed are disliked, unpopular or even repugnant.