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In this week’s episode, we focus on some of the notable cases of music censorship in America, the formation of the Parents Music Resource Center. Read more


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Twitter, Elon Musk, and tackling bad free speech critiques with guests Matt Taibbi, Nadine Strossen, and Amna Khalid. Read more


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Did you know Hugh Hefner holds the Guinness World Record for owning the largest personal scrapbook collection? Professor Stuart Brotman tells us more. Read more


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Does Disney have free speech rights? What should free speech advocates make of Elon Musk buying Twitter? Robert Corn-Revere breaks it all down for us. Read more


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Our guests on the podcast argue that the popular conception of academic freedom has become too closely connected with the the concept of free speech. Read more


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BBC Russian Service Moscow bureau chief Konstantin Eggert is a vocal critic of the Putin regime and has more than a few thoughts on censorship in Russia. Read more


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Journalist Ksenia Turkova shares her reporting on Russian censorship, the war in Ukraine, and her experiences working as a journalist in Russia. Read more


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Scholars Ronald Collins and David Hudson review 58 First Amendment rulings issued since John Roberts became Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Read more


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Experts Robert Corn-Revere and David Hudson join us to discuss Sarah Palin v. New York Times — the defamation case that's captured national attention. Read more


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On this episode, panelists discuss how lessons from free speech movements in world history can help explain today’s divisions over the value of free speech. Read more



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