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  • Psst! A majority of Americans sees too much political correctness; even more say it's a problem

     
    NPR firing of Juan Williams and new poll results raise the issue of political correctness once again....
  • The First Amendment heats up: The historical background

     
    First Amendment: What does it actually say? Here's the historical background...
  • Puerto Rican community leader arrested at Orlando City Hall

     
    Carlos Guzmán, an Orlando entrepreneur who is the husband of well-known activist Marytza Sanz, was arrested at Orlando City Hall after he refused to leave the premises, according to relatives and event participants who were shocked at the eventâ...
  • NPR's firing of Juan Williams is a shame

     
    From the comments coming in on my post on the news of NPR firing analyst Juan Williams Wednesday night, I can tell you this move cuts pretty close to the core of our current media madness and culture wars on the eve of a midterm election that is...
  • Social media wrap: Juan Williams, Sarah Palin and the 1st Amendment. Haven't we been here before? [Updated]

     
    Alaska's Sarah Palin cites constitution in tweet about NPR contributor's firing. But it's not a constitutional issue....
  • Fox News Channel signs Juan Williams to expanded role

     
    After being fired from National Public Radio, Juan Williams has landed an expanded role at Fox News Channel. He will be exclusive to Fox News. He will make more appearances during the day on Fox News Channel and its other platforms. He will write a...
  • Larry Clark still causing trouble with racy photography exhibition

     
    In France, where sexually charged art is usually no big deal and ads featuring topless women grace public billboards, a photography exhibition by American filmmaker Larry Clark has been causing an unexpected ruckus for its overtly racy content. "Kiss the....
  • McManus: Technology that protects protesters

    Early this year, as street protests began spreading across the Arab world, a young Internet expert from Germany, Katrin Verclas, asked Egyptian democracy activists what kind of technology they needed most. More laptop computers? Better access to the Web?...
  • U.S. Senate debate transcript

     
    This "rough edit" transcript comes from WTTW-Ch. 11, which hosted the event: Phil Ponce: IT IS ONE OF THE MOST CLOSELY WATCHED POLITICAL RACES IN THE COUNTRY AND IF POLLS ARE ANY INDICATION, IT MAY BE ONE OF THE TIGHTEST.......
  • Ron Howard on 'The Dilemma's' gay joke: It stays in the movie

     
    Comics have been making gay jokes for years, but perhaps none of them has caused as much of a stir as the quip uttered by Vince Vaughn when he made fun of an electric car by saying, "It's gay," in......
  • Deciphering the proposed constitutional amendments

     
    After picking candidates, voters in Tuesday???s election will be confronted with proposed amendments to the state Constitution. They???re on critical issues: reforming the way legislative districts are drawn, changing the system governing land use plans,...