Archive for November, 2007

Teen Dies After Refusing Blood Transfusion

by   |  11.29.07  |  Current Events

FCC Could Extend Reach To Cable TV

by   |  11.26.07  |  Current Events

FCC Moves to Place Restrictions on Cable TV

by   |  11.11.07  |  Current Events

The 1984 Cable Act, which largely deregulated nascent cable systems to allow them to compete against the entrenched broadcast television industry, created the so-called “70/70 provision,” stipulating that if cable television becomes available to 70 percent of U.S. households, and 70 percent of those who can subscribe to cable do, the industry can once again be regulated. More »

Intel Official: Say Goodbye to Privacy

by   |  11.11.07  |  Current Events

Student speech code enjoined

by   |  11.02.07  |  Current Events

Federal judge refuses to halt moment of silence in Ill. schools

by   |  11.01.07  |  Establishment Clause and Free Exercise Clause

Essentially, the Supreme Court has said moments of silence do not violate the Establishment Clause unless they serve as covers for prayer. More »

Jury Awards Father Nearly $11 Million in Funeral Protesters Case

by   |  11.01.07  |  Current Events