Book Discussion on Lebron v. Amtrak
A look at a Supreme Court case involving an artist who wanted to put up a political advertisement in New York’s Penn Station and the… read more
A look at a Supreme Court case involving an artist who wanted to put
up a political advertisement in New York’s Penn Station and the owner
and operator of the Station, Amtrak, which refused the advertisement.
The parties on both sides of
Lebron v. Amtrak talked about their contentions. Mr. Lebron claims his First Amendment rights
were violated when Amtrak refused his ad. Mr. Bain explained why
Amtrak did not have to observe the First Amendment in leasing
advertisement space. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
Constitutional Law Cases
Professor Cole discussed several constitutional law cases to be taken up by the Supreme Court this term. U.S. v.…
Copyright Law: Rogers v. Koons
The program started with a roundtable discussion of legal experts examining copyright laws versus First Amendment…
Occupy Wall Street Protests
Scenes were shown from the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations in New York’s financial district in Zuccotti Park.
School Prayer Amendment
The guests discussed the issue of prayer in schools. Speaker-designate of the U.S. House Newt Gingrich has…