Lawrence White, an independent legal consultant, argues that schools have been put in a difficult legal spot by the need to respond responsibly to threats of violence without violating free speech rights.
The "Bong Hits 4 Jesus" Student Speech Case: With Kenneth Starr Seeking High Court Review of the Ninth Circuit Decision, Is Someone Blowing Smoke? http://writ.news.findlaw.com/hilden/20060918.html
FindLaw columnist Julie Hilden argues in favor of the student in Morse et al. v. Frederick, siding with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that held the student's rights were violated.
One Toke over the Line, Sweet Jesus http://recoveringliberal.com/?p=1132
Henry A. Honig opines about the support of religious conservatives for the free speech rights of the "Bong Hits 4 Jesus" student. His own opinions on the case are mixed.
Morse vs. Frederick: The Controversies Surrounding the BONG HiTS 4 JESUS Case http://thebrownspectator.com/morse-vs-frederick/
College student Lily Tran argues that the restriction of high school speech contributes to restrictions on student speech in higher education.