Prager University v. Google

Amid all the rancor by presidential candidates, other politicians, and some of the public at large to regulate speech among social media outlets large...

Live from Moscow, It’s Radio Putin!

Written by Neil MacFarquhar and published in The New York Times: Playing on Kansas City Radio: Russian Propaganda Radio Sputnik, a propaganda arm of the Russian...

When Will John Bolton be Permitted to Speak

Former National Security Adviser John Bolton has a story to tell.  His own story . . . about the delay in the delivery of...

Viewing the Presidential Impeachment Trial . . . Via a Sketch Artist

Most real courtroom trials are boring.  They can be laden with mundane facts and arcane rules of law.  They are nothing like prime-time television...

The Curious Libel Plaintiff

When high profile business professionals file defamation lawsuits against media outlets – especially prominent media outlets – media defense lawyers often scratch their heads. ...

Altering History

Imagine if the 9/11 museum in New York City altered the graphic images of that tragic event to avoid the sensitivities of young visitors. ...

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Richard Jewell and the Boundaries of Artistic License

When media and entertainment titans battle one another over the truth – and challenge each other on First Amendment protections of free speech and...