This fall I'm teaching a new course at the Fromm Institute at the University of San Francisco. It's "Freedom of Speech in the 21st Century." It examines the major free speech issues that the U.S. Supreme Court has addressed, or will address, in this century. Included are Citizens United, the peculiar cases involving lying about receiving the Medal of Honor, "crush videos" and violent video games, terrorist speech and national security, political protests and the Occupy movement, FCC regulation of broadcast "indecency," and online speech. Mondays at 10:00.