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NNA provides its members with content they can reprint in their papers or on their websites. This content includes First Amendment columns or editorials from the Freedom Forum, available weekly.

Religious diversity, school calendars and the quest for fairness

Jan 28, 2016

The school board in Howard County, Maryland took the religious-diversity plunge last week by voting unanimously to close schools for the Hindu festival of Diwali, the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha and ...

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Trump, Fox, Kelly and the history, hype and hope of debates

Jan 28, 2016

What's going on with presidential primary debates?

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Debate over 'blue collar' free speech and union dues

Jan 15, 2016

In the Bill of Rights, the First Amendment's "blue collar" freedoms lead off all the rest.

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In 2016, genocide is taking place and it must end

Jan 7, 2016

The New Year begins, mass killings continue, and the United States government has yet to declare what is happening in Iraq and Syria "genocide."

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What a strange year it's been for First Amendment freedoms

Dec 31, 2015

What a strange, challenging and dangerous year it's been for First Amendment freedoms, at home and abroad.

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The First Amendment, our articles of peace

Dec 22, 2015

In 2015, America's increasingly crowded public square was often filled with hostility, becoming an angry arena where people shout past one another across religious and ideological ...

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Closing down access to 'free speech' is not a joking matter

Dec 17, 2015

If this were a joke, it would have to start out: "So, three censors and a Senate committee walk into a bar..."

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Fear and loathing in America

Dec 8, 2015

On December 7 — a day that already lives in infamy — Donald Trump called for "a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States."

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500-plus days of injustice — Free Washington Post's Jason Rezaian

Dec 3, 2015

Iran has now unjustly imprisoned Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian for more than 500 days — a travesty piled atop an absurdity that compounds a tragedy.

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