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    The definition of freedom of speech under the First Amendment is the ability for people to express their opinion freely without any consequences. It is supported by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The amendment provides that Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech or the press. The free speech controversy that this paper will be about is the National Basketball Association vs Donald Sterling. Sterling said some racist remarks in the phone conversation with his…

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    what the First Amendment was put in place to protect. His beliefs are not popular amongst most of the progressive population, but can still be relevant to some conservative and has a right to be heard of the demand is there. The freedom of speech is to protect all speech whether it is unpopular and/or accepted by a majority of the population. A protest was planned for progressives to show their disapproval of Mr. Yiannopoulos being allowed to speak. Which is ironic in itself. Peaceful…

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    because of freedom of speech.When we think of freedom of speech we think of it as we can say what we want without consequences. There are a lot of bad things that you can say with freedom of speech it is truely a gift, that should never be taken away. Freedom of speech is one of the first rights in the USA and it is the first amendment. Martin Luther king is a great example of freedom of speech. He is my favorite person in U.S history. There are some presidential debates about freedom of speech…

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    The Definition of “Hate Speech” The freedom of speech in America is something that is rooted in the core of our nation. However, this freedom can consequently lead to speech that is undesirable. Hate speech is the generic term that has come to embrace the use of speech attacks based on race, ethnicity, religion, and sexual orientation or preference. Hate speech can come in many different forms and may be difficult to identify. As hate speech is not a legally defined term, it becomes difficult…

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    than that. Freedom. Specifically, the freedoms the constitution has laid out. For our right to be here today, learning what we believe is truth. This brings us into the issue. An issue the Allies were fighting for. Freedom of Speech. George Orwell, the highly respected author of 1984, said this regarding freedom of speech, “If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” [Representative 1] George Orwell didn 't want to limit free speech at…

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    guaranteed is freedom of speech. With this freedom some may use it to spread one’s opinion, whether that may be for the up lifting or for the tarring down of something. In this paper it will be mentioning on why we have this ruling in place. Also, what people views on freedom of speech whether they are for or against it. Also, how hate speech gets such a bad reputation in a country that allows a person the right to freedom of speech? As well, the positives and the negatives of having freedom of…

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    Free Speech in Colleges The college institutions are changing but are changing in the wrong way. Many colleges in this time are opting for a change in school policy. Colleges believe that banning the certain use of words is important to ending hate speech. This kind of thinking is very bad when your denying the students their rights. While colleges banning words that are known to be offensive is good, the banning of rudimentary words and unfair punishment is obviously, over doing it, and…

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    12/14/2016 Freedom of speech is one of the core principles of a democracy, and it is guaranteed by the First Amendment of the United States. Adopted in 1791, the First Amendment, states that “Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” (Pilon, p. 13.) Our founding fathers have built a country where everybody can say, create, and do anything. The…

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    Having Free Speech is the basic right that Americans have, it is the ability to speaks one’s mind and ideas. Theres are many benefits to having the ability to project ideas without censorship. Caleb Yong author of “Does Freedom of Speech Include Hate Speech?” argues that the liberal justice has a special protection against the restriction of speech and expression, he calls it “Free Speech Principle” where it includes its “sensitivity to the distinction between coverage and protection (Yong)”…

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    of children. So children can learn to have a more peaceful sense of free speech. It could also help them by growing up in a less violence environment.…

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