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    Free speech in the classroom is a common debate. The first Amendment of the Constitution states that people have the right of expression and free speech. Some people believe students should be able to freely express themselves and have complete free speech in the classroom. Others believe that students should not have total free speech in school. Students should have free speech in school, but to a certain extent. Limiting free speech, to an extent, allows for a peaceful classroom environment.…

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    Many people think that we should throw the first amendment away because of hate speech. All laws should stay the same and protect all speech because the government would have to much power over what we see, the government might imprison many people that have opposing opinion than others,and if all speech were to be banned so would people's beliefs ; therefore all laws need to be kept the same. Our media would be highly censored if we were to change the laws. We would be kept in the dark about…

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    high school sports really violates freedom of speech, as Steve Trevelise argued in an article then I guess many other of my fundamental freedoms guaranteed in the Bill of Rights are being violated. Trevelise’s reasoning for yelling crude, derogatory remarks at other players as being a fundamental human right is hilariously bogus. The implementation of this law by New Jersey officials was not to limit the players or the coaches or the audience’s freedom of speech, but to limit the violence…

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    and it was applied to both the national and state levels; therefore, the congress can put a limit of the freedom of speech in the first Amendment protection. The protection of the free speech would not protect all kind of speech. For example, it does not protect a man shouting in a theater and causing fear or panic. In this case the congress has the right to prevent that speech. The freedom of the First Amendment is uniquely American. They are actually from the Colonial and Revolutionary. The…

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    most people say that our schools should do something about it, but is it violating a students right to free speech or protecting the victim? In most cyber bullying court cases, the cyber bully will usually argue that they are exercising their rights to freedom of speech. They can intentionally post images, videos, or texts online and state that they are merely exercising their fundamental freedom and thus are not infringing on another person's (the victim's) fundamental rights as detailed in…

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    opposing speech, shutting down speech has become the easiest solution to spare someone’s own feelings. Actions by public administrators, allowing the destruction of free speech, have led to an overwhelming percentage, at 63% of liberal students…

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    In the United States, freedom of speech should be accepted and not looked down upon. The First Amendment in the Constitution is supposed to protect our right to freedom of speech, we should be allowed to speak what is on our minds without consequence. Today, freedom of speech is not accepted and is always opposed. The government, your boss, your teachers and even your parents all tell you what you can and cannot say, this is unfair and unconstitutional. Freedom of speech is not protected…

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    The right to freedom of speech is the first amendment to the constitution. We should protect the right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech allows people to debate with other people. In passage 3 it says that "this progress--occurred in part because free speech allowed people to comfort errors and pose new ideas about a topic or debate." This proves because it shows that the people are able to comfort other if they are wrong which shows the people using freedom of speech. Also in passage 3 it…

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    Freedom of Speech has been a dispute for many decades. Freedom of speech is an individual’s right guaranteed by the first amendment to communicate different opinions and beliefs without censorship and constraint. The restrainment of speech has raised many issues of the right to free speech since this constitutional freedom has been characterized with contention subsequent to its entrenchment. Many medias are used to draw the attention of citizens and viewers to issues hindering freedom of speech…

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    In the article “ Rockers, Rappers and freedom of speech” by José Peréz explores songs and their violent lyrics. He explains that some songs have violent, sexist lyrics and that’s detrimental especially for teenagers. Some parents have opposed to this obscene music because they think it affects the way teens act. Also, they wanted music to be banned it. But is this right? Are they respecting the rights of the singers? Now at days, teens listen to different types of music even…

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