10/21/2010 1:35 PM ET
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 ...
10/19/2010 4:54 PM ET
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 ...
8/2/2010 1:13 PM ET
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.
5/6/2010 10:43 AM ET
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 ...
1/22/2010 12:59 PM ET
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."
1/22/2010 11:14 AM ET
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: ...
11/20/2009 1:00 AM ET
Liberal blog co-founder likens popular Fox host's show to shouting 'fire in a crowded theater.'
11/20/2008 1:18 PM ET
Despite youth participation in Obama's campaign, many college grads lack basic civic knowledge.
5/21/2008 1:22 PM ET
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.
2/1/2008 2:37 PM ET
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.