Archive for October, 2005

Not-so-American Pie

by   |  10.10.05  |  Current Events

Find out why the Vogue editor was hit by a pie in Paris. It’s a good situation involving advertising law.

A little protection for anonymous posters

by   |  10.07.05  |  Current Events

From the Reporter’s Committee for Freedom of the Press More »

Al Gore on the Marketplace of Ideas

by   |  10.06.05  |  Current Events

Al Gore is concerned that the marketplace of ideas is not working. More »

It’s Harriet Miers

by   |  10.03.05  |  Current Events

The First Monday in October

by   |  10.02.05  |  Current Events

The first Monday in October is the first day of the Supreme Court term. Justices Stephen Breyer, Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas and Anthony M. Kennedy joined Chief Justice Roberts, at today’s Red Mass at the Cathedral of St. Matthew in Washington. The mass is celebrated annually on the Sunday before the Supreme Court begins its term, and President Bush attended for the first time. More »

Judith Miller is out of jail

by   |  10.02.05  |  Current Events

The New York Times reporter spent 12 weeks in jail for refusing to testify in the leak of CIA agent Valerie Plame’s identity. More »