Tag: freedom of speech

Heinous and Unlawful Overreach by School Officials and Administrators

unlawful overreach aka abuse of authority

Unlawful overreach aka abuse of authority is a direct assault against the Constitutionally protected rights and freedoms of everyone in the United States of America. Alexandria Keys, 17, was suspended for five days in mid-October, 2019, from Endeavor Academy high school in Centennial, Colorado, after she posted pictures of herself and her older brother at […]

Freedom of Speech and of the Press

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This article raises a very good question:  “Does the First Amendment protect global warming deniers?” The answer is, unequivocally and resoundingly “YES.” No federal, state, county, or local entity, nor any law enforcement or public business may restrict people’s expression concerning the pros and/or cons of various viewpoints on global warming, climate change, denying, etc. We […]

Is This “The Press” in Our First Amendment?

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What is “the press?”  Is it limited to large news agencies?  Does the press include small town news papers?  How about a college student who hammered out a weekly one-page paper highlighting some of the goings on in the dormitory? The U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly ruled that clamping down on ANY kind of speech […]

The United Nation’s Anti-Blasphemy Resolution is an ABOMINATION

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I am writing with respect to the recent UN “Anti-Blasphemy Resolution.”  They want to make that resolution binding on the part of all member nations, including the United States of America.  Put simply: “The U.N.’s top human rights body has approved a proposal by Muslim nations urging the passage of laws protecting religion from criticism. […]

Exercising Our Constitutional Rights is Neither an Offense Nor Cause for Alarm

For many of us, our Constitutional Right to Keep and Bear Arms is more than a right. It’s our duty. When we swore to “protect and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic,” we undertook an oath to perform a duty. There are many ways to go about protecting our Constitutional rights within […]