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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - First Amendment Center
The First Amendment Center is an advocacy group in the United States that works to preserve and protect First Amendment freedoms through information and education. The Center serves as a forum for the study and exploration of free-expression issues, including freedom of speech, of the press and of religion, and the rights to assemble and to petition the government. The center was founded in 1991 by journalist John Seigenthaler, Sr. - Source: Wikipedia
A picture may be worth 1,000 words, but the Obama administration's controls on photojournalists may say even more about how this White House sees the role of a free press in the digital age, analysts say.
Santa Monica officials snuffed the city's controversial life-sized nativity display this year rather than referee the religious rumble, prompting churches that have set up a 14-scene Christian diorama for decades to sue over freedom of speech violations.
Suddenly, it doesn’t seem so silly to suggest Facebook actually pulled a message to protect a political agenda.
Most Americans know they have a constitutional right to freedom of speech, but a clear majority does not think that implies allowing unlimited spending by corporations or labor unions on political campaigns, according to a new survey.
Austin Carroll was fighting insomnia when the Indiana teenager turned to Twitter for relief and casually dropped the F-word multiple times, apparently to demonstrate to his followers that the expletive would fit almost anywhere in a sentence.
If some lawmakers get their way, George Carlin's "Seven Words" routine could be updated — "Seven Words You Can't Say in School."
Cedar Grove Road in rural eastern Delaware has become an unlikely First Amendment battleground after state officials approved a neo-Nazi splinter group's application to "adopt" a 2-mile stretch of the road under the state Department of Transportation's litter-control program.
A new survey shows Americans are increasingly accepting of musicians who sing potentially offensive lyrics.