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Free speech is a dangerous weapon!
Why are gun control advocates such hypocrites when it comes to the other dangerous weapon found in the US Constitution?
Words kill more people than assault weapons.
Join host Mike Metzger, leader of the de-evolution, as he makes his case that #WordsAreWeapons
Friday @ 11:00PM
Like gun control advocates, we believe free speech can be used as a dangerous weapon. There should be some very, very reasonable restrictions put in place, such as:
Every American should obtain a free speech license The free speech license should have to be renewed every five years Each person should be limited to no more than 7 words at a time Come join us as we push for our legislators to pass these obviously reasonable restrictions in the middle of the night without reading the bill because this important issue can't wait another moment!
Tonight Dave and Mike Slack discuss the variety of topics that involve the sovereignty of the State of Missouri. We'll discuss Article V, Convention of States, State and local control, and invite you to bring your favorite topic. It's Free Speech Saturday and we'd be happy to hear from you. Call and participate at 347-677-1835. 7PM Missouri Time.
The Constitution of the United States guarantees freedom of Speech. However, "freedom of speech does not mean freedom from the consequences of that speech. While the language in our Constitution protects our right to say almost anything in public, rulings by the Supreme Court still hold us responsible if our utterances are deemed to have been libel, slander, or caused harm to others.
U&I TALK : Free Speech on Rwanda and Congo. Featuring Masahwa Katabana.
Rwanda and Congo have become famous and infamous on the world scene... What can U&I do about it?
This will be a Special Episode, an Open and Free Speech type of Conversation between
Congolese Social Media Activist:
MASAHWA KATABANA, born in Congo, and currently based in Washington, D.C.
Ms KATABANA is the creator of a special video series called "BANYARWANDA". She is dedicated to Asking the tough Questions to BanyaRwanda people around the world. On Rwanda's political and social issues which have spilled into her native land of Congo and destroyed so many lives.
Tune in to hear her conversation with U&I TALK SHOW's Host :
Louise UWACU, Author, Talk Show Host, Philantropist and Motivational Speaker...
Louise UWACU is a Canadian Citizen who was born in Rwanda. She is currently based in Vancouver, Canada.
Tune in for another great Conversation. On U&I TALK SHOW with Louise UWACU.
LIVE as of 2pm Pacific. 5pm E.T. 10pm London. Mid-Night in Nairobi. KMT.
Brought to U&I by IMANA & UWACU PRODUCTIONS.
CONTENT is QUEEN* ... AUDIENCE is KING*
In the United States, "free speech zones" are fixtures at many public areas. Although the U.S. Constitution states that "Congress shall make no law...abridging...the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances," courts have ruled that Government has the power to regulate the time, place, and manner of protests, but not the content of the speech.
These rulings have allowed for free speech zones to be carved out at places and events, such as seats of government, political rallies, party conventions, etc. Some feel that these regulations of protest are in direct violation of the First Amendment. They feel that it is a mockery of the First Amendment for the courts to allow Government to restrict the time and place of protests, in that many free speech zones, in practice, limit or eliminate the visibility of the protesters.
Others, however, feel that free speech zones are necessary, perhaps a necessary evil. They agree that there are certain areas where it's just too dangerous to allow protests. They feel that free speech zones protect the general public from the protesters, and vice versa.
On this week's program, we will discuss free speech zones, and hear each other's views on the merits, or lack thereof, of the existence of free speech zones.
How did we get to the point where rules are being made and enforced by unseen, nameless, faceless folks in inner offices of Washington? Where did it go wrong? Mike Slack and Dave meet again to discuss the need to get back to the intent of the founders - and in a hurry. Daily freedom is being sucked out of you and your family. Obamacare is just a fatal symptom of the larger problem. The federal government claims ownership of the very air that you breathe and the water that falls from the sky into your field. There is really only one way back. State Sovereignty!
And, it's once again Free Speech Saturday. Call with your favorite topic and we'll all roll it around for a bit.
7PM Missouri Time is when the action starts. Missouri Grassroots Radio is where the action is. Call the studio line at 347-677-1835 to participate.
Can the First Amendment be saved?; After 9/11, the Left worried about Americans’ free-speech rights. After the Benghazi attack, not so much; Condemn Donald Sterling if you want, but don’t applaud the means of his exposure; Why real-world consequences are irrelevant to the Left; The 2014 election was decided before Obama’s second term began - will he then allow any votes to be cast?; Remembering the injustice done to the grieving father of an American hero by Hillary Clinton; Obama actually seems to believe that persuasion and hashtags are the best weapons; and the Obama Doctrine does a masterful job of concealing Vladimir Putin's weaknesses.
My guest, Ms. Kristina Garza, Director of Campus Outreach for the pro-life advocacy group Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust, will join me to discuss recent events that have garnered Survivors national attention. She will also describe the group's activities, mission and some opportunities for our listeners to support free speech on College and University campuses.
We'll also talk about a couple of articles I wrote at Communities Digital News about an episode in which a small group of young women from Survivors were accosted by a professor at University of California Santa Barbara on March 4th and an update on what has taken place since.
It will be a stimulating and inspiring half hour of radio you won't want to miss. Please join us and plan to call in to the show at (646) 668-8537, with your questions and comments.
DPRadio Presents FREE SPEECH RADIO - POLICE BRUTALITY
if you are living in the year 2014 and you think that the police brutality reality is merely a black reality, then you have been living in a fantasy world... this problem is global with no respect of person or gender... or is it?
Hosts Drew Pillow & Sam Rucker will be discussing this issue and taking calls from people like you
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