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  • College Campus Viewpoint Diversity and Free Speech
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    College Campus Viewpoint Diversity and Free Speech

    Authors talked about free speech on American campuses. The participants were Mark Lilla, author of The Once and Future Liberal; Nadine Strossen, author of Hate; April Kelly-Woessner, author of…

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  • Secretaries Tillerson and Mattis Opposed to Limits on New War Authorization
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    Authorization for Use of Military Force

    Defense Secretary James Mattis and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the authorization for use of military force (AUMF). They told the…

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  • Washington Journal Cass Sunstein Discusses His Book Impeachment A Citizens Guide
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    Cass Sunstein on Impeachment: A Citizen's Guide

    Author and former Obama administration official Cass Sunstein talked about his book, Impeachment: A Citizen’s Guide. He spoke via video link from Boston.

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  • Hearing Focuses on College Campus Free Speech
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    Campus Free Speech

    Witnesses, including college officials and legal experts, testified at a hearing to examine free speech on college campuses. All were asked about which instances would cross the line and…

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  • emCornerstone of Libertyem
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    Cornerstone of Liberty

    Christina Sandefur talked about her book, Cornerstone of Liberty: Private Property Rights in 21st Century America. She was interviewed at FreedomFest, on of the largest libertarian…

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  • Separation of Powers
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    Separation of Powers

    Judge Brett Kavanaugh of the DC Circuit Court of Appeals spoke at the Heritage Foundation about the role the judiciary branch plays in maintaining the separation of powers of the…

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  • Offensive Language and Freedom of Speech
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    Offensive Language and Freedom of Speech

    Panelists analyzed recent federal court rulings concerning offensive language and freedom of speech. They discussed cases involving Flying Dog Brewery; NFL team the Washington Redskins; and…

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  • emDistrict of Columbia v Websyem Oral Argument
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    District of Columbia v. Websy Oral Argument

    The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in District of Columbia v. Wesby. This case concerns the Fourth Amendment and probable cause arrests. Theodore Wesby was one of several people…

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  • Justice Department and the Constitution
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    Justice Department and the Constitution

    Chad Readler, the acting assistant attorney general for the Department of Justice’s Civil Division, gave a Constitution Day address at Ashland University’s Ashbrook Center. He talked about the…

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  • emClass v United Statesem Oral Argument
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    Class v. United States Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Class v. United States. The case concerns whether a person who pleads guilty to a crime as part of a plea deal waives the right to challenge the…

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  • David Rubenstein on the 1787 Constitutional Convention
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    David Rubenstein on the 1787 Constitutional Convention

    Philanthropist David Rubenstein talked about what he thinks Americans should know about the 1787 Constitutional Convention. He was joined Jeffrey Rosen.

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  • Panel Discussion on Free Speech
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    Panel Discussion on Free Speech

    Panelists talked about free speech. Panelists included Jelani Cobb, author and New Yorker staff writer; Michelle Goldberg, author and Slate columnist; and Suzanne Nossel, executive director of…

    622 views
  • Washington Journal Floyd Abrams Discusses the First Amendment and Press Freedom
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    Floyd Abrams on the First Amendment and Press Freedom

    Author Floyd Abrams talked about President Trump’s recent attacks on the press.

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  • Constitutional Convention and Compromise in Politics
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    Constitutional Convention and Compromise in Politics

    Professor Gordon Lloyd gave a Constitution Day talk titled, “The Lost Art of Compromise.” Professor Lloyd discussed compromises in the framing of the U.S. Constitution and argued that…

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  • Drafting the US Constitution
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    Drafting the U.S. Constitution

    Jeffrey Rosen gave a tour of the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia and spoke about the creation of the U.S. Constitution in 1787. He also showed several rare early drafts.

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  • House Majority Whip Steve Scalise on Gun Rights
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    House Majority Whip Steve Scalise on Gun Rights

    House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA), who was seriously injured in a shooting at a June 2017 baseball practice game in Virginia. talked about gun rights on NBC’s Meet the Press. Earlier…

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  • Senator Chris Murphy on Gun Control
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    Senator Chris Murphy on Gun Control

    Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) talked about gun rights on CNN’s State of the Union. Earlier in the week, more than 50 people were killed and nearly 500 injured in a Las Vegas mass shooting.

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  • LaPierre on Gun Rights
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    LaPierre on Gun Rights

    Wayne LaPierre talked about gun rights on “Face the Nation.” Earlier in the week, more than 50 people were killed and nearly 500 injured in a Las Vegas mass shooting.

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  • Hearing Focuses on Role of Special Counsels
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    Special Counsels and Separation of Powers

    Law experts and professors testified at a hearing on the role of special counsels and separation of powers. Many of the questions from committee members centered around Robert Mueller, the…

    1,811 views
  • Everett Piper Discusses Free Speech on College Campuses
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    Not a Day Care

    Everett Piper talked about his book Not a Day Care: The Devastating Consequences of Abandoning Truth, in which he argues that college campuses should be places pursuing freedom of speech, liberty, and truth, not…

    1,899 views
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