Freedom of speech and the press, to assemble peacefully, and to petition the government are all guaranteed in the Constitution, but how do those freedoms work in the 21st century, and are they in jeopardy? This documentary anthology explores these topics. See how using the phrase "fair and balanced" led to the courtroom showdown of "Fox vs. Franken"; controversial activist/poet Amiri Baraka is the focus of Mario Van Peebles' "Poetic License"; and filmmaker John Walter looks at the treatment of protesters at the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York City in "Some Assembly Required." 67 min. Soundtrack: English stereo; deleted scene; outtakes; featurette; interviews; photo gallery; more.