Politics & Freedom of Speech
Is freedom just another word for nothing left to lose? What does it actually mean to be free and how can we preserve that freedom?
Fundamental Rights constitute the backbone of the nation. These rights are very essential to safeguard the interests of the people. The inclusion of Fundamental Rights in the constitution also enables the people to...
June 12, 1987, upon a pulpit aimed at the West German crowd, with speakers aimed over the booby-trapped explosives and barbed-wire fence to the East German side, President Reagan began to deliver a Gotterdammerung of a...
Many times Nursery Rhymes are either thought of as a way to entertain children or as having a dark side. I present them as history and strengthening of why we want freedom.
In America, we supposedly have freedom of speech. It is in our constitution. However, it is becoming more and more only a perception of freedom, as our liberties are daily being compromised under the guise of...
We are way to quick to judge others, based on our limited points of view. Blame the victims, point the finger, everyone thinks they have the right answers.
Americans pay lip service homage to the concept of Freedom of Speech, to a degree that approaches religious reverence. But do we really like it? This author says no, and gives reasons why.
When will America wake to realize that the hate during this presidential election is emanating from the left, not the right.
I always thought that freedom of speech was essential to develop the society, because it brings positive criticism, the necessary competition and it also drafts in the necessary creativity which helps a nation; a...
"I'll say what I like. It's a free country". This has rather fallen out of fashion, to be replaced, in UK, with "I'm entitled to state my opinion", and in US, with "I'm only exercising my...
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