A Free Press makes us different from other countries, but the question is where has all the investigative reporting gone – as budgets were slashed in newspapers and TV stations across the country
A Free Press makes us different from other countries, but the question is where has all the investigative reporting gone – as budgets were slashed in newspapers and TV stations across the country.
The Newseum’s Five (5) freedoms guaranteed by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
1. Freedom of Religion
2. Freedom of Speech
3. Freedom of the Press
4. Freedom of Assembly Peaceably
5. Freedom to Petition the Government for Grievances
Photos from the opening of the Newseum on April 11, 2008
Photo by (dbking) David of Washington, D.C.
He appears to be an avid professional photographer who shares his view of the world – and we thank him – the photos are amazing!
Wide shot (top two photos of Newseum):
Not sure if above are two different photogs or same guy – but great photos!
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Below is a photo by Greg Peterson (me) of part of the 10 foot tall copy of the U.S. Constitution I have hanging from my wall thanks to the National Constitution Center:
Below is an Original Copy of the U.S. Constitution (Public Domain via Wikipedia)