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National security leaks challenge First Amendment

7:26 PM, Dec. 27, 2012
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Courts have determined that fortunetelling is protected as free speech, so let's freely indulge in some First Amendment-related predictions for 2013:

Given that there is no major lineup of First Amendment cases this term in the U.S. Supreme Court, the main focus here will be legislative.

On the national-security front, expect Congress and the nation to visit again the free-speech and free-press issues surrounding news sources and the leaking of secrets and classified documents. The major prompt: Army Pfc. Bradley Manning's military trial on charges of aiding the enemy for his massive ...

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