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TONIGHT: First, Second and Fourteenth Amendments at Play in Oregon Standoff Controversy

Challenging the Rhetoric

By CHERI ROBERTS for Challenging the Rhetoric

Who get’s equal protection under the law according to the Fourteenth Amendment?

Can one’s First and Second Amendment rights infringe on their Fourteenth?

When is speech a crime?

Who is a “journalist” and when is an activist a journalist and vice versa? Can they wear both hats? Is it ethical? Legal?

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These are all question we hope to get a clearer understanding about on tonight’s Challenging the Rhetoric podcast; specifically relating to talk show host and activist, Pete Santilli. Are Pete’s speech and his (thus far) known actions…protected by any of the Amendments?

Joining host Cheri Roberts, is leading media ethics and legal expert, author and litigator, Charles Glasser. Glasser is the author of, “International Libel and Privacy Handbook: A Global Reference for Journalists, Publishers, Webmasters, and Lawyers“.

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In addition to Glasser, we will…

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