Posts by Ken Paulson:
A measure of our freedom is how foolish we’re allowed to be in exercising our rights, as in the case of the man who praised the Newtown shootings on Facebook.
State Legislature gives gun-permit holders wide latitude to keep their records out of public view. Also:
It’s a measure of Presley’s music that it continues to be played all over the globe and a measure of his style that he can still startle the easily offended.
Maryland legislator’s bill to prohibit newspapers from publishing information about firearm owners is a baffling backlash against a New York paper’s release of such public records.
The best protection for a free press is professionalism, and much of the news reporting on the horrible school shootings has fallen short of the basic standard of accuracy vital to journalism.
Writer-comedian Chris Bliss’ monument to the Bill of Rights in Phoenix is an inspiring, long-term way to remind Americans of the document that established our core freedoms.
North Carolina elementary school that told girl to remove reference to God before reading her poem to students was technically defensible, but it probably would have been better to let her read it as written.
‘Free to Tweet’ scholarship contest is part of the 1 for All campaign to raise awareness and understanding of our core freedoms.
Judge rules that the state can curb unsafe driving by photographers chasing celebrities most effectively through traffic laws, not by targeting free-press rights protected by the First Amendment.
A government body is trying to bolster its chances of winning a lawsuit at the expense of people who commented on a website on a public issue.
Old reasons for restricting cross-ownership don’t hold as well today — and may be on their way out — in a dramatically changed media landscape with unprecedented diversity of news sources across the country.
After a single Illinois student made a questionable comment on Twitter, the school went searching for more and penalized other tweeters.