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Grammar lesson: how the FCC embraced the F-word
By Ken Paulson Government agency looked at its profanity regulations and found they covered only certain parts of speech; now a congressman wants to rediagram the restrictions.   01.25.04

Jailed for speech: Criminal libel is an old — and bad — idea
By Ken Paulson Poking fun at Colorado prof by doctoring his photo to look like KISS member is pure satire — it doesn't warrant confiscation of The Howling Pig newsletter publisher's computer.   01.18.04

Two words separate sides in Pledge of Allegiance battle
By Ken Paulson Case before high court heats up as White House enters fray.   01.04.04

Sen. Paul Simon and TV violence: the politics of persuasion
By Ken Paulson Late Illinois senator was a First Amendment supporter who encouraged ways to reduce television violence without government interference.   12.21.03

Censoring 'Footloose': dancing around the First Amendment
By Ken Paulson One high school censors words in play about censorship; another warns the audience about the language, which at least lets the show go on as written.   12.07.03

The prince and the press: Why America’s news media must stay free
By Ken Paulson British law forces news media to steer clear of allegations against Prince Charles; here, press can explore accusations so people know what's going on.   11.23.03

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