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NNA provides its members with content to reprint or post to websites.

This content includes columns by directors and NNA member newspapers, Freedom Forum Institute's First Amendment columns/ editorials (available weekly) and more. 

Post-Capitol riot: Cellphones, selfies – and Orwell

Jan 21, 2021

In response to the quick arrests of the people who ransacked the Capitol, thanks to increasing forensic ability and enhanced surveillance, Gene Policinski talks about how we still need to be wary of the ...

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'What Matters' industry advocacy campaign available for week of Inauguration Day

Jan 18, 2021

NNA members are invited to access these complimentary ads to run alongside any Inauguration Day coverage on January 20 and through the end of the month thanks for our friends at the Pennsylvania NewsMedia ...

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The First Amendment right to protest has limits

Jan 14, 2021

Gene Policinski talks about the limits to the First Amendment and starts by noting that the First Amendment offers no legal shield from criminal prosecution for violent acts, individually or as part of ...

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Miles and the Monarchs, the 2021 NIE serial story, is here

Jan 14, 2021

Miles and the Monarchs centers on a father and son trip to see the final game of the 1942 Negro League World Series, between the Kansas City Monarchs and the Washington-Homestead Grays. Major League Baseball ...

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Protest is how we talk to ourselves as a nation — but violence isn’t protest

Jan 7, 2021

Gene Policinski talks about yesterday's events at the U.S. Capitol as a stain upon the fabric of democracy, and how these actions betray the core principles on which the United States was founded and the ...

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Happy new – and old – year: 2020 just won’t go away when it comes to First Amendment issues in 2021

Dec 30, 2020

Gene Policinski talks about the challenging year of 2020 and its many issues over First Amendment freedoms that will most likely flop over into the new year.

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American students should learn about Christmas in schools

Dec 23, 2020

David Callaway talks about the question of whether or not it is constitutional to teach about religion in public schools, specifically Christmas, and ways educators can enrich students’ understanding ...

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Bill of Rights Day: The ‘right’ day to celebrate our freedom

Dec 17, 2020

Gene Policinski talks about our nation’s annual Bill of Rights Day, which had a bit more reality for more of us in 2020 than in most years, and even though it passed again with little-to-no notice ...

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Religious Freedom in the Age of a Global Pandemic

Dec 3, 2020

Trey Daniel talks about how the practice of Religious Freedom, like most other spheres of human activity, has been radically affected by the coronavirus pandemic. 

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