First Amendment

Reader Input: ISIS support seen in Auburn

On Wednesday walking back to my car through the Rite Aid/Grocery Outlet parking lot I glanced at a stunning Beamer parked at the front of the lane. What really caught my eye was th ...

Reader Input: Religion central to our nation

To Norman Pettit: Your letter, “Freedom from religion a right, too” (Reader Input, July 6), is an insult to our Founding Fathers, to God, to Elly Derr and to me. Firs ...

Reader Input: US sensitive, thus weaker

This could never happen in the U.S.A. If indeed it is true and we don’t know for sure, that 90 percent of the people in Crimea voted to go back to Russia’s influence or ...

Reader Input: Majority’s rights reduced further

The recent decision on campaign financing is an excellent example of the “tyranny of the few” under the guise of First Amendment rights protection which equates politic ...

Reader input: We can support what we want

Mr. Beall shows his (utter) disregard for First Amendment rights of the American people (“Look away from teat party suck,” Reader Input, Feb. 27, 2014). He defends the ...

Reader Input: Speak up against hate

I am, also, offended by the hate propaganda displayed at the Auburn Post Office referred to in today’s letter by Ms. (Leslye) Janusz (“Don’t confuse president wit ...

Reader Input: Is writer one of many or few?

Chuck Butler’s “simple answer” regarding President Obama is what one would expect from a “simpleton” (“America is being destroyed,” Reader ...

Reader Input: Letter readers have final say

While reading Harry Labrie’s letter to the editor, “Don’t publish ill-informed writers” (Reader Input, Feb 24), my thoughts were that possibly Harry is unaw ...

Stockton high school principal seizes student newspaper

  STOCKTON (AP) — Student journalists at a Central Valley high school are getting a lesson in the First Amendment after administrators confiscated their newspaper ov ...

Reader Input: Respect each Amendment

Michael Keeffe’s letter was interesting in that he wants us to support the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution (“Blaming the weapon misses the mark,” Reader ...