Tampa Bay Times by Claire McNeill December 13, 2017 Rising up in defiance to Richard Spencer, hundreds of University of Florida students sounded off in a deafening chant. “Go home, Spencer!” they shouted, as the exasperated white nationalist paced the stage, pleading to be heard. Were the students exercising their fellow First Amendment rights? Or […]
Whose freedom is it?
Why press freedom is your freedom CNN by Brian Stetler November 12, 2017 Editor’s Note: “This is the first installment in a CNN Opinion series on the challenges facing the media, under attack from critics, governments and changing technology. Brian Stelter is CNN’s senior media correspondent and the host of “Reliable Sources.” Press freedom is […]
Free speech rights depend on free flow of information
Crestview Bulletin by John Bussian, Special to the Daily News October 22, 2017 As we wrap up National Free Speech Week, it’s a good time to reflect on what is arguably the most important of American constitutional rights. And that is the First Amendment’s guarantee of freedom of speech and freedom of the press. Without the […]
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