The article starts by talking about the recent attacks on the first amendment. It talks about what is going on at college campuses. Then it chimes in with its opinion by saying "This poison spread, like so much of the toxic stuff polluting the body politic." This sets the tone for much more of the article. It continues talking about what events have happened, and how they might affect the future. It also talks about why this is negative and why it is unnesasary.
The following article talks about high schoolers support for the first amendment, and who they trust more. The article has a bias towards teens trusting social media more than the newspaper, it conveys this bias by using relevant facts and studies, as well as quoting relevant people from these studies. Throughout the article, it continues to show how teens are becoming stronger supporters of the first amendment because they use it more.
The article is about Howard Dean's claims of why he banned Ann Coulter's speech. Just in the start of the article, it shows an immediate bias towards the first amendment saying, "Actually, it’s not a close call; Dean is making the wrong call under the Constitution." in response to something said by Dean. He continues in the article to explain the full reach of the first amendment, and ultimately defends the first amendment and, in the process attacks Howard Dean's claims.
The title of the article is basically where the article starts, before moving on to saying that free speech is protected by the first amendment. Robby Soave, the writer of the article shows a strong bias towards the side of those who believe hate speech is protected under the first amendment. The article states that "Specific, true threats of violence are not protected by the First Amendment." and "The Constitution does not exempt "hate speech" from First Amendment protection." Both these woutes show the opinion of the author. Another clear pointer to Robby Suaves position is, how he focuses on people who say hate speech isn't protected in a negative way.