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Best Answer Michael Collins says
I chose this as best answer due to the fact that it addresses the responsibility we each hold with our freedoms. I wish our current administration felt the responsibility that was intended to be held with the freedoms.
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Michael Ivy says
True, but...the freedom to disagree makes no difference any longer. Speaking out against anything has little bearing on our rights to have a democratic republic any longer.
And yet do you feel that the press represents an unbiased account these days? I think not, therefore, freedom of press is no longer a valid freedom in America. When it is so askew....it is invalid.