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    I’m tired of everyone exclaiming that they have a right to freedom of speech. She has an opinion. He has an opinion. And their only ammunition is that they have right to freedom of speech, so they continue to carry on with their foolishness. I wished that we were a communist nation that had strict laws that prevented citizens from expressing their feelings about social, political, racial and even sexual dilemmas that one may face daily. Everyone’s viewpoint is not needed, and the government…

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    The Controversial Freedom of Speech Do you like your ability to speak freely? I personally like to say whatever I would like to say and think. Many struggles have been presented on this topic lately. Modern American society has started to question if this is actually relevant anymore. Social justice warriors continue to fight to limit our right of free speech. I believe everyone has the right to speak freely in this…

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    The Dangers of Safe Spaces Safe spaces can destroy the basic setup of college campuses right to promote freedom of speech. Freedom of speech is something that many have fought long and hard for everyone to have. College is supposed to help everyone get accustom to how things are in the real world. Having “safe spaces” on campuses deliberately hinders freedom of speech and it helps generate a world of more close minded people. While colleges are comprised of people from all around the world,…

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    The First Amendment, Freedom of Speech By Student name Abstract This essay is focused on First Amendment, freedom of speech in context with information technology. Freedom of speech like mobile phone, television, social media or international newspaper. Using technology of cell phone, making video of other people without their consent and consider it as freedom of speech. This essay covers wide range of such described aspects. Abusing other people on social…

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    The freedom of speech, press, and religion have been pillars of the United States and other Democratic nations who knew they needed to have these rights guaranteed. The freedom of discussion was a tool against tyranny, it was known that those who can talk, gather, and discuss were given the power of expression and the power of change. Being able to say what you want, and need is a cornerstone of diversification that allows the ideals of democracy to continue into a new era. So why would…

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    restrictions on freedom of speech? In the year 2016, many voters have found themselves undecided and discontented between the two candidates, Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump. Some people have perceived some of Donald Trump’s remarks of being a racist and a sexist. Therefore, the people believe that Donald trump actions were out of line and should not be said; however, others disagree and encourage him. Why does society find it necessary to restrict the freedom of speech? Shouldn’t freedom of…

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    United States Constitution states that "Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech." The right to free speech is fundamental and is one of the personal rights and liberties that are protected by the Fourteenth Amendment. However, the right to freedom of speech is not absolute. The abuse of this right may be punishable by the State. The freedom of speech does not embrace defamation and libelous speech is not constitutionally protected, nor should they be constitutionally protected…

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    and that freedom of speech is an absolute right. Although limited freedom of speech and expression was practiced in the Roman Republic, the first mention of it in modern history is in 1689 with the ratification of the English Bill of Rights. The document stated that freedom of speech exists inside Parliament. However, this did not protect the right…

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    Through Freedom of Speech, our constitution allows citizens to peacefully protest. The peaceful protesters of Charlottesville were stripped of these rights when white supremacists ran over a crowd of protesters. Several cases similar to this violent and hurtful act of hate show that Freedom of Speech is legal but not always accepted/encouraged in political settings. According to Shankar Vandantam, NPR’s social science correspondent, citizens encourage free speech as long as it’s speech that…

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    his Freedom of Speech “Donald Trump has become the biggest- what seems like the only- political story in the country” (Continetti par.1). The billionaire, Donald Trump, known for Trump Towers and The Trump Organization, has decided to run for the presidency in 2016. Recently, he has been criticized for making harsh remarks about Mexico, women, and illegal immigration. Many people believe that Trump shouldn’t say whatever is on his mind. I believe that Donald Trump has the right to freedom of…

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