Christine O'Donnell Shames ABC Into Airing Democrat's First Amendment Gaffe

Delaware Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell appeared on Thursday's Good Morning America and attacked the media's reaction to her comments about the First Amendment, pointing out that journalists ...

Christine O'Donnell: 'Separation of Church and State' Not in Constitution, MSNBC Shocked, Angered

MSNBC on Tuesday continued its attempt to dismiss Republican candidates as extremist, hitting Sharron Angle, Christine O'Donnell and others as "mean girls" who are unqualified for office. Jansing ...

Corporate Campaign Ads: Worse Than Animal Cruelty

The Times has defended the free speech in violent video games and animal cruelty videos, but draws the line at (gasp) campaign ads paid for by corporations.

NYT Editorial Page: First Amendment Protects Violent Video Games, Not Political Speech

The Times favors free expression in video games: "The Constitution, however, does not require speech to be ideal for it to be protected." But not in speech on issues of the day: "Congress must act ...

Nation's Leading Paper Says Democracy Imperiled by First Amendment Victory

Irony or hypocrisy? A lead editorial in the nation's premier newspaper condemns a free speech victory in the Supreme Court as a "radical decision, which strikes at the heart of democracy."

Shunning First Amendment Victory, Times Frets of New Power for Lobbyists

So much for the First Amendment victory on campaign spending granted by the Supreme Court. A front-page headline focuses on fear of sleazy politics (aka democracy in action): "Lobbies' New Power: ...

Huffington Says Glenn Beck Should Be Excluded from Freedom of Speech

Liberal blog co-founder likens popular Fox host's show to shouting 'fire in a crowded theater.'

Dear NY Times: Involvement Doesn't Mean Understanding

Despite youth participation in Obama's campaign, many college grads lack basic civic knowledge.

The Times' Hypocritcal Defense of Political Free Speech

The Times sees a threat to free speech in the Supreme Court's ruling in a child porn case - but last year it excoriated the Supreme Court for expanding political speech.

Depriving Sean Hannity, Lou Dobbs, Glenn Beck of Free Speech? No Worries

The National Council of La Raza calls for an end to hate speech - as in Lou Dobbs and Sean Hannity - and a Times' web journalist doesn't raise an eyebrow.
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