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The Chinese (allegedly) have a curse: May you live in interesting times. These are interesting times. It is hard to overstate the significance of what it means when the free exercise of our First Amendment rights while not breaking any laws leads to this: A...

The mainstream media and blogosphere have erupted because in a radio debate Christine O’Donnell appeared to dispute whether “separation of church and state” was required by the First Amendment.  (O’Donnell’s campaign walked back the position after the debate, saying O’Donnell merely meant that the words...

When we think of the First Amendment to the Constitution, we think of the freedoms of religion, speech and the press. Occasionally, someone will mention the right to peaceably assemble. But for most people, the discussion ends there. Can you name which right guaranteed by...

In light of “questions” by both Lindsay Graham (since clarified) and Dick Durbin as to whether bloggers are entitled to First Amendment protection, I thought these two videos might be worth watching. Floyd Abrams (btw, father of Dan Abrams, television legal commentator and proprietor of...