Tag Archives: First Amendment

Free Classes on the First Amendment

The Nackey Loeb School of Communications in Manchester, NH offers fabulous classes on the First Amendment and other issues in media. Last week I was the sole student in the Media Law class and had the pleasure of sparring with … Continue reading

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RTKNH receives First Amendment Award

We couldn’t be more proud.  On Thursday night, October 5, 2017, the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications awarded Right to Know NH its First Amendment Award. The award is given annually by the school to those who have “gone … Continue reading

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Doubling down: Shea-Porter attacks two amendments

For decades, gun control advocates have used every tragedy to push for unworkable, unpopular, unconstitutional laws that won’t do anything to deter murderers. But New Hampshire Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter was not content to merely attack the 2nd Amendment. She also … Continue reading

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“Defending Free Speech” Has to Mean More than Just Opposing Efforts to Silence It

Did Mr. Beinart oppose those moves? I honestly don’t know, but I hope he did. Because while the government isn’t a thing we all share it can and will use force to impose a morality that can’t be ignored. This … Continue reading

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RTKNH receives Loeb First Amendment Award

The Union Leader reports that Right to Know NH is this year’s recipient of the Nackey S. Loeb First Amendment Award.  The award will be presented on October 5, 2017 at the Palace Theater in Manchester, NH.  The event will also feature attorney Gregory … Continue reading

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Fields v. City of Philadelphia Reaffirms the First Amendment Right to Record The Police in Public

The issue of filming the police in the course of public duties is one near and dear to many hearts here in New Hampshire. So this decision from the Third Circuit Court of Appeals (Fields v. City of Philadelphia) is … Continue reading

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Will This Supreme Court Decision Change NH Law: Croydon Bill and Ed Tax Credit Scholarships?

In a 7-2 decision, the Supreme Court has declared that a state may not withhold an available public benefit on account of religious status. The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of a Missouri church that sued the state … Continue reading

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Government As God

For as long as I can recall the New Hampshire Democrat Party has been using the “Press Release” to make up crap about people, misrepresent the words they use, change the meaning of their words, or in some cases creating out of whole cloth whatever perception they think will advance their clawing obsession with accumulating political power Continue reading

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