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NPR Boosts NAACP and ACLU's Activism After Court 'Gutted' Voting Rights Act

Carrie Johnson's Monday report on NPR's Morning Edition could have been mistaken as an informercial for the left-of-center ACLU and the NAACP's efforts to help "protect minority voting rights," ...

Far-Left Terrorist Helpers Just 'Human Rights Lawyers' at the NYT

Charlie Savage again finds benign terms to describe the far-left outfit Center for Constitutional Rights in its quest to assist alleged Christmas airline bombing plotter Anwar al-Awlaki.

The Sadness of 'Sexting'

New trend of kids sending nude or semi-nude photos of themselves to other kids raises questions of what violates child-pornography laws.

The Sadness of 'Sexting'

Can a child be accused of child pornography? Could a child then be formally charged and convicted of it? These are the questions raised by the disturbing new trend called "sexting," teenagers ...

Who's The Library Bully?

According to the ACLU, not displaying The Joy of Gay Sex violates the constitutional rights of library visitors.

A Scary Look at the Future of Media

Nonprofit approach could free up journalists to become more biased.

Media Silent on Far-Left Anti-Abstinence Alliance

The ACLU and Planned Parenthood are teaming up to take down federally funded abstinence education.

ACLU Targets Heartland, Sets Off CMI's Grinch-o-Meter

UPI seems ecstatic about the news.

Shameless in Massachusetts

Reporter, paper stick with story about an assault that wasn't, even after the account was proven wrong in court.

Times Doubts "Angry" Clarence Thomas Can Be Impartial

Clarence Thomas's "anger" over his confirmation means he can't judge ACLU cases objectively - but former ACLU lawyer Ruth Bader Ginsburg can?
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