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Posts tagged with ‘George W. Bush’

  • Does student expression stop at the schoolhouse door?

    By Jeffrey M. McCall on March 31, 2014
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    Public school administrators must have their heads spinning as they try to sort out recent court decisions regarding free-expression rights of students. Principals have the almost impossible task of balancing constitutionally protected student expression with keeping order in schools where education is the primary objective. In a controversial ruling issued this winter by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, a […]
  • Glad President Cannot Control News

    By Jeffrey M. McCall on February 17, 2014
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    The president of the United States is often characterized as the most powerful person in the world. In spite of the enormous power held by the leader of the free world, however, there remains one thing the president can’t do — control the news agenda. The constitutional framers created a free press to make sure the government powers-that-be couldn’t orchestrate […]