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NNA provides its members with content to reprint or post to websites.

This content includes columns by directors and NNA member newspapers, Freedom Forum Institute's First Amendment columns/ editorials (available weekly) and more. 

Print newspapers create a powerful, lasting and permanent image ⁠— never out of sight, out of mind

Nov 30, 2020

Print newspapers have no better champion than the articulate Minnesota publisher, Reed Anfinson, one of America’s foremost leaders in community newspapers. Anfinson has traveled the country espousing ...

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Thankful we can speak our minds this Thanksgiving

Nov 24, 2020

Patty Rhule talks about how during this pandemic-era Thanksgiving, all of the freedoms of the First Amendment should be high on the list when counting our blessings and advice on how to keep political ...

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The power to tax is the power to destroy ⁠— PPP deductibility must be fixed now

Nov 20, 2020

Unemployment this year hit nearly 15% ⁠— the highest the nation has seen since the Great Depression. If businesses had not kept their payrolls running through PPP, unemployment would have zoomed ...

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‘Buckle up’ America: We’re in for a wild First Amendment ride

Nov 19, 2020

Gene Policinski talks about the wild ride Americans are about to embark on in response to Justice Alito's recent speech listing grievances about the state of individual rights in America, with a special ...

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We cannot allow our First Amendment rights to become ‘wrongs’

Nov 12, 2020

Gene Policinski talks about the new law signed into effect in Tennessee that chills the rights to protest by making it a felony to camp overnight without a permit, and implementing stricter penalties and ...

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On behalf of the First Amendment: ‘Dear Mr. President’

Nov 5, 2020

Gene Policinski talks about the election and how our First Amendment freedoms empower us to search for the best possible solutions for the greatest number of people, in the shortest amount of time. Noting ...

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Is a Catholic-packed Supreme Court a threat to religious freedom?

Oct 30, 2020

David Callaway talks about the question of whether or not a Catholic-packed court is a threat to religious freedom is a different question than whether or not newly appointed Justice Barrett is a threat ...

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US Court of Appeals upholds district court decision to open records from Maxwell case

Oct 30, 2020

Celebrity figure Ghislaine Maxwell lost an appeal before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit to enforce a seal on court records from her 2016 Florida testimony in a civil suit by Virginia ...

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Do we live in a post-truth world?

Oct 22, 2020

Jessi Hollis McCarthy talks about the recent emergence of the term "fake news" and the importance of fact checking and critiques of the mainstream media. McCarthy lists some media literacy tips to get ...

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