This may not be totally on topic, but here's a link to BOB EDWARDS INTERVIEW ON MUZZLES RESCHEDULED, an article on the Thomas Jefferson Center For the Protection of Free Speech website.
Two of the 2008 Jefferson Muzzle awards:
Lewis Mills High School Principal Karissa Niehoff and Connecticut Region 10 Superintendent of Schools Paula Schwartz for not allowing a student to run for class office because she posted comments critical of school officials on an Internet blog.
Scranton (PA) Police Department for charging a woman with disorderly conduct for screaming profanities at an overflowing toilet inside her own house.
Also, I wonder if non-profit organizations can be nominated for this prestigious award?
A rather amusing article, I must say.
Wednesday, April 9, 2008
News: 2008 Jefferson Muzzle Awards
Posted by Jennifer at 6:02 PM No comments:
Labels: censorship, freedom of speech, news, non-profit organizations
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