Constitution Daily contributor Amy E. Feldman says an Asiana Airlines lawsuit against a TV station that published ethnically insulting names faced a few issues if it even made it to court.
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A man wanted to let others on the road know to slow down because they were about to drive into a speed trap, so he flashed his headlights as a warning. So is that action protected by the First Amendment?
In today’s world, people who have mug shots taken face a potential uphill battle getting them off websites that collect booking photos—and charge a fee for their removal.
Contributor Amy Feldman explains why an impending Supreme Court decision about voter identification in Arizona could redefine the relationship between the states and the federal government in how national elections are conducted.
Contributor Amy Feldman looks at the long-term implications of the Supreme Court’s decision to allow police to take DNA samples from suspects.