Tag Archive: first amendment

Dec 04 2016

Flag Burning is Protected Criticism

Most of us don’t like the idea of burning our flag. The flag represents some of our most treasured principles. It represents liberty, self government, and the elevation of the rights of individuals over the rights of the government. It also represents the history of fighting for those principles and the willingness to sacrifice life …

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Jun 06 2016

Flag Burning is a Protected Expression

In the United States, we have decided, as a nation, that there are certain basic and natural freedoms that exist before any form of government is decided upon. These natural freedoms are given protection against interference by the government in the section of our Constitution known as the “Bill of Rights”. In the Bill of …

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May 29 2013

Sen Durbin Suggests Constitution May Not Apply to Blogs

It is astounding to discover that one of our senior “lawmakers” does not understand the supreme law of the land – the Constitution. Dick Durbin not so sure bloggers are protected under First Amendment But here is the bottom line – the media shield law, which I am prepared to support, and I know Sen. …

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