3 to read: NYT claws way into future | Readers’ bill of rights | Anger drives news on social
By Matt Carroll <@MattCData>
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Politically, the First Amendment protected “Free Speech” to ensure that the people could always be free to speak out against the government. At it’s most extreme, free speech is one of the two primary ingredients for revolution (the other being the right for the people to keep and bear arms.).
And here I thought the “legal technicality” argument went the way of the way of high-button shoes. The “legal technicality” of which you speak is called The Bill of Rights. Ginsberg did not toss out the verdict, that happened elsewhere as I read this — maybe I read it wrong. What I found her to say was than when a…
I consider myself very fortunate to have friends and family with a wide range of political views. Some are very left wing, some barely grasping onto the outside edge on the right, most are somewhere in the middle. All are important to me, as are their views and opinions. While they may not realize…