Dr. Ron Thomas, Jr.
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Tag Archives: First Amendment
Can the Government Define who is a Journalist?
“Most of the other provisions in the Bill of Rights protect specific liberties or specific rights of individuals … In contrast, the free-press clause extends protection to an institution. The publishing business is, in short, the only organized private business … Continue reading
Posted in Politics Tagged Benjamin Franklin, bill of rights, censorship, Dianne Feinstein, First Amendment, freedom of the press, Jeff Sessions, journalism, journalism schools, Potter Stewart, Senate, student journalism, Thomas Paine, Truman Capote, United State Supreme Court, United States, United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary 1 Comment
The source of true academic freedom
The University of California Board of Regents should be commended for enacting a strong statement affirming faculty rights in the area of academic freedom. The 2006 Garcetti decision asserted that faculty rights to speak about administrative issues were not necessarily … Continue reading
Posted in Education Tagged Academic freedom, California, Dave Ramsey, Education, faculty, First Amendment, Garcetti, professor, Ron White, Spider-Man, tenure, Texas, University of California Leave a comment