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While I wouldn't condone publishing bigots regularly, occasionally publishing offensive material is a great reminder not only of what we once were—and why we should never go back—but also that bigotry isn't yet gone from the United States.
by Kebennett15 years ago
Should the right to free speech stand in all circumstances?Take into consideration the recent leak from a "senior white house staffer" to the reporter about the CIA informant deep within Al Queda. If the...
by Earl S. Wynn5 years ago
Is it violating a person's right to free speech if I delete vicious hate comments?Is it violating a person's right to free speech if I delete vicious hate comments posted on my articles, youtube videos, blog posts, etc?
by ptosis5 years ago
If corporations are people & money is free speech then doesn't that mean that there is no longer anydemocracy by humans for humans and that the USA is truly a corporatocracy?
by whonunuwho4 years ago
Why can't some respect the rights of all to have free speech, or views about affairs in society?Why do some people often appear to be self destructive in their extremist views and/or their condemnation of others who...
by A Ercoli6 years ago
Free speech? what country is the most free?
by Jeff Berndt5 years ago
So we have freedom of speech in the US, but we also have a crime called "incitement to riot."If you want to commit that crime, what you need to do is get up in front of a group of people, and say some words....
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