NPPA’s Mickey Osterreicher

Mickey Osterreicher is the General Counsel for the National Press Photographers Association. He has the latest news regarding the use of drone–mounted cameras by journalists.

Matthew Stewart

Author, Matthew Stuart, joins us to examine the philosophical history of religion in America.

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Dahlia Talks SCOTUS 2014

Slate Magazine’s Dahlia Lithwick joins Coy to consider some of the final major decisions in the Supreme Court’s 2014 term.

John Whitehead

The Rutherford Institute announced today its First Amendment lawsuit against the Virginia State Board of Elections. Civil liberties attorney and author John Whitehead explains.

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Adam Winkler

UCLA Professor of Law Adam Winkler explores the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the Hobby Lobby case: corporate personhood and religious liberty.

Rick Sincere

Rick Sincere joins Coy for the Friday Political News Roundup!

War Comes Home: Militarization of American Police

“Our neighborhoods are not warzones, and police officers should not be treating us like wartime enemies. Any yet, every year, billions of dollars’ worth of military equipment flows from the federal government to state and local police departments.” New ACLU Report reveals troubling truth about the use of SWAT teams.

Kathleen Flake

Professor of Religious Studies at UVA, Kathleen Flake discusses the recent excommunication of Kate Kelly from the Mormon Church.

Sean O’Brien

Executive VP and CEO of James Madison’s Montpelier, Sean O’Brien shares his take on the alarming news coming out of Egypt regarding death sentences for those protesting the government.

Christopher Ali

UVA Media Studies Professor, Christopher Ali, discusses the breaking news out of Egypt that three Al Jazeera journalists have been sentenced to a decade in prison for practicing journalism.

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

May 18, 2014 guests include Albemarle County Board of Supervisor Brad Sheffield with the future of Route 29 and author/historian John Ragosta with his takes on the recent Supreme Court decision regarding government-sponsored public prayers.

Net Neutrality

UVA Professor of Media Studies Christopher Ali discusses today’s breaking news out of Washington regarding the fate of Net Neutrality.

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Erwin Chemerinksy

Constitutional Law scholar Erwin Chemerinsky discusses religious freedom in America in the wake of the recent Supreme Court decision in Town of Greece v. Galloway.

First Amendment Freedom May13

First Amendment Freedom

First Amendment activist and journalist Carlos Miller updates listeners about the latest news from his site, Photography is Not a Crime.

Micah Schwartzman

UVA Law Professor Micah Schwartzman discusses the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in Town of Galloway v. Greece and the issue of government-sponsored prayer.

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Religious Freedom in America

Author and historian John Ragosta explores the recent Supreme Court decision regarding government-sponsored prayer.

Dahlia Lithwick on Religious Freedom

Dahlia Lithwick of Slate Magazine reacts to the recent Supreme Court decision about government-sponsored public prayer.

Thomas Frank

Best-selling author Tom Frank discusses government-sponsored public prayer at government meetings.

Doug Laycock Responds

UVA Professor of Law Douglas Laycock reacts to the recent Supreme Court ruling in Town of Greece v. Galloway.

2014 Jefferson Muzzle Awards!

The winners of the 2014 Thomas Jefferson Muzzle Awards are …