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FIRST AMENDMENT

From the column: "The ambition for power, fueled by purposeful lying, will be the death of the United States as a moral force in the world."
From the column: "Beyond the lack of clear, practical benefit, mandatory voting sits uneasily with American principles. The First Amendment protects not only freedom of speech but also freedom from compelled speech."
How can we balance the right to hide our identity with the potential harms of anonymity?
From the column: "Destroying the credibility of the press is one of the initial steps when certain segments of political leadership start working to shift a democracy toward a totalitarian form of government."

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People who truly value "diverse voices" and "artistic expression" would allow Dave Chappelle's show to go on. Those who object to what the comedian says should be told that they need not buy a ticket, because "diverse voices" doesn't mean "all the voices except the ones I disagree with."
The five freedoms in the First Amendment have powered the nation’s long, divisive debate over the incredibly personal and societal issue of abortion — and may well be how we frame its future.
It is the first major gun-control legislation to pass in three decades in a country with the highest gun ownership per capita in the world and the highest number of mass shootings annually among wealthy nations.
Assange is wanted by U.S. authorities on 18 counts, including a spying charge, relating to WikiLeaks' release of vast troves of confidential U.S. military records and diplomatic cables which Washington said had put lives in danger.
"As a student, you do not surrender your First Amendment rights when attending a school-sponsored event. Your right to free exercise, including prayer, remains true at graduation. At the same time, no student should ever feel coerced into prayer — or any religious activity — by their school."
From the column: "As I recall from civics class, the citizens' elected representatives are tasked with making laws; while the executive branch is charged with enforcing laws. Biden's plan for his executive branch to create a regulatory censorship board appears to be a blatant end-around of our Constitution."

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Freedom Forum First Amendment specialist Kevin Goldberg breaks down why two key religious freedom cases before the Supreme Court this term matter to you — and predicts how the court will rule.
Announcing that he had reached a deal to acquire Twitter, Musk asserted that “Free speech is the bedrock of a functioning democracy, and Twitter is the digital town square where matters vital to the future of humanity are debated.”
At issue is whether a public employee's prayers and Christian-infused speeches alongside players amounted to governmental speech or a private act separate from his official duties.

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