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Today is Thomas Jefferson’s birthday, which means the Center for Free Expression that bears his name has released a new batch of Muzzle Awards, given to organizations and individuals that the center feels has somehow violated the spirit of the First Amendment in the past year. I recently stopped by the Center to speak with director Robert O’Neill about this year’s selections.

For a full list of the 2006 Muzzles, visit the Thomas Jefferson Center’s website. For an in-depth report, check out Liesel Nowak’s article on the Daily Progress.

  4 Responses to “Robert O’Neill on the 2006 Muzzle Awards”

  1. Happy belated birthday, Thomas Jefferson…

    On April 13, 1743, 263 years and one day ago, Thomas Jefferson was born….

  2. […] Sean Tubbs podcasts an interview with The Thomas Jefferson Center’s Robert O’Neill about this year’s Muzzle Awards. Bob is absurdly intelligent. Listening to him speak for more than two minutes makes me feel like a drooling moron. […]

  3. […] freedom of speech ‘cannot be limited without being lost.’” This year there is a podcast of the award ceremony, along with thirteen lucky recipients, including President Bush for the secret wiretaps, the DOJ […]

  4. […] freedom of speech ‘cannot be limited without being lost.’” This year there is a podcast of the award ceremony, along with thirteen lucky recipients, including President Bush for the secret wiretaps, the DOJ […]

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