The idea that there needs to be regulation of the Internet is gaining steam, but attempting to control an emerging technology is not a new concept. When the printing
Dunklee gives a brief history of religion in the United States, from early settlers, the Revolution, the creation of the First Amendment, the Civil War and the attempt at
In the second episode, Dunklee speaks with guest Lyle Denniston, a journalist who has covered the Supreme Court for decades. The discussion covers the failure of the federal Blaine
Prof. Tisa Wenger-Yale Divinity School discusses discrimination against Native American religions and the process of adopting the First Amendment to their spiritual practices.
Atty. Bernard Jacques, of McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, Hartford, and adjunct professor at UCONN Law School, discusses religion and the workplace.
Dan Barrett, CT ACLU, discusses the distribution of religious literature, Cantwell V. CT., and public schools having graduation ceremonies in a church.