Powerline (and others) detail a fascinating exchange between a thin-skinned and Constitutionally ignorant county commissioner of Frederick, Maryland decided that journalists needed his permission to mention his name in unfavorable terms, and even threatened legal action if the journalist continued in doing so.
Kirby, if you're reading this, bring it on, but enjoy when the judge throws out your case on obscure grounds called the "First Amendment to the United States Constitution." You've won the Boulangerie's first annual "Barack Obama knowledge of the Constitution Award", started in honor of the President's ignorance of Marbury vs. Madison and the 13th Amendment, among other issues.
Todays’ Business Model, Fifteen Years Ago - Media companies switching to unpaid student labor. As head editor for the local chapter of an online food-culture publication, Brogan Dearinger spent most ...
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