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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
In this episode, Sacerdotus comments on the Pope's recent comments stating that free speech is limited and should not be used to offend others. The comments have been interpreted as controversial. Others claim that the Pope was blaming the victims of the Charlie Hebdo tragedy. Sacerdotus elaborates on the comments and shows how the Pope was not blaming anyone and was simply stating that we should use free speech responsibly.
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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!
On this episode of Real World Politics, the panel will discuss the difference between sedition and terrorism. In addition, the panel will explore the ways in which our American government balances protecting individual rights of speech against the government's responsibility to protect its citizens.
Where is the line drawn?
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No one should be imprisoned for writing a book!
Countries that have laws that limit the scope and substance of World War II and Holocaust research include France, Germany, Switzerland, Canada, Australia, Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria, Sweden, Denmark, Poland, and Spain.1 These laws make it a crime for anyone, regardless of their credentials or the factual basis of their views, to question or revise any aspect of the history of World War II or the Holocaust in a manner that goes beyond the some-what arbitrary standards established by the governments of those countries.2
Although there are no laws in the United States that criminalize Holocaust and World War II history, some of our nation's most prestigious legal minds have backed a proposed law intended to do just that.
Not to mention this is all HIStory, what about HErstory?
Why should you, why should any of us, be concerned that certain areas of historical research have been criminalized?
The problem is, many of those who are complaining the loudest right now about the "chill" on free speech are the very people who laid the groundwork for speech restrictions and muted public de-bate. This includes the college professors and administrators who, throughout the 1990s, championed campus "speech codes" that restricted the expression of views they deemed "insensitive."
However, to paraphrase the Beatles, in the end, the free speech you get will be equal to the free speech you give.
From me, the host, brooke: Yo I am just sharing another perspective cause I love DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES! doesn't mean I endorse or believe, I just love to hear all the sides! I hope you do to!
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.
We ran out of time on the previous show so this show will feature the MOST from this topic of FREE SPEECH. Join as interview clips are played and finished in full with some commentary. We talk about free speeh and the issues faced from figures great & small, on local levels, even in the comforts of your own home/the internet, and on a more global scale.
All callers are welcome, but may not be put through just like on the previous show due to time.
--opening/closing are a tribute/ode to THE BEATLES
Tonight on a packed show we talk about FREE SPEECH, our opinions on it, a discussion & interview clips will be played, to openly talk about what it means in our culture today. We also talk about the exorcist movies, but due to time, only one may be discussed.
Welcome back the lovely weirdos (we admit) of horror, Chris, Huggy, Krayola, Zuul, Tina & Miss Bunny.
Due to time, we may not be able to do full show.
Listen in, call in, do whatever, as we only have a limited number of episodes left until we are finished for a very long time!!
--clips of William Friedkin on EXORCIST II: THE HERETIC played
--clips of FREE SPEECH talks/discussion
--opening/closing songs from EXORCIST II
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.
Shane Krauser, the host of Liberty Storm, comes out swinging in the fight for liberty, and you need to tune in. Shane covered the following:
1. Even after the election, the president has made it clear that the only thing that will stop his executive orders is Congress overriding them through legislation. Tyranny has arrived!
2. How much should we be focusing on world religions in our schools? The answer is quite a bit, so long as equal time is given.
3. Does free speech end at the voting booth? Apparently, in Georgia it does.
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Find out more about how to get involved by going to Freedom Fires or Shane Krauser Enterprises.
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.