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But I'm also pretty sure the good
justice didn't get to that Hattiesburg
high school in a horse-drawn car-
News over the
Scalia does not allow his speeches
years, usually with
be recorded. To him, the First
a camera in one
guarantees his freedom
hand and a tape
to speak --- but I guess there's a
recorder in the
price to pay to listen.
other. I'm easy to
The war in Iraq is heating up
KIRSBAUM spot in a crowd.
the 9-11 commission is taking
Columnist - The tape recorder
and Janet Jackson
provides me with
Saturday Night Live last
the means to get an
accurate quote when I'm photo-
The busy week put the Scalia
graphing the speaker.
story on the back page, but I see this
It also allows me to take a little
story as a more ominous sign.
mental nap when the speaker
Janet Jackson's Super Bowl
becomes a bit long-winded.
malfunction on television
I've never covered a story without
a recorder unless it was a private
off the air on
event or meeting I was invited to
some radio stations.
attend, and the issue was
The Nick and Jessica
discussed in advance.
Hour debut last week
I've snapped shots and
back painful mem-
recorded voices during a stu-
Sonny and Cher
dent-led anti-Israel protest
at the State Capitol in
I wonder what's going on.
Lansing and under the glare
My attorney calls these
of the personal security
events part of a cultural
detail in charge of Louis
pendulum swing that's been
Farrakhan, who was speaking
going on for decades.
at a Detroit City Council session.
restrictive 1950s swung into
I've never been directly chal-
1960s and 1970s,
So it hit a bit close to home when
I read last week that two journalists
1980s, which swung into the
were forced to erase their tapes dur-
ing a speech at a Mississippi high
1990s, which swung into the current
dogmatic world view.
The reporters from the Associated
Press and the Hattiesburg American
initially refused, but eventually com-
refer only to terrorists. It refers to
plied with the demand.
everything, and it affects our entire
What's most disturbing is who,
and what, was involved.
I used to halt political or religious
• A U.S. marshal approached the
when I was behind the
reporters and made the demand..
They were lousy for
• She was speaking on behalf of
didn't like break-
Supreme Court Justice Antonin
ing up the fights.
Now I don't even like to engage
• He was speaking about the U.S.
sober people in those conversations.
Constitution, referring to it as "a
I'm sure my attorney is right —
brilliant piece of work."
Scalia's a real piece of work, too.
pendulum will swing back
I'm pretty sure that when the
Founding Fathers wrote the First
I just hope it stays a bit longer in
Amendment, they didn't figure mov-
middle this time. ❑
ing pictures or tape recorders into