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#USA #ConfederateFlag Bakery: It’s OK to have differing opinions in America

#USA #ConfederateFlag Bakery: It’s OK to have differing opinions in America

US: How Aaron Swartz, ‘The Irresistible Force,’ Plus Darrell Issa And Ron Wyden, ‘The Immovable Object,’ Saved The Internet: Part II – by Ralph Benko

US: How Aaron Swartz, ‘The Irresistible Force,’ Plus Darrell Issa And Ron Wyden, ‘The Immovable Object,’ Saved The Internet: Part II – by Ralph Benko

US: How Aaron Swartz, ‘The Irresistible Force,’ Plus Darrell Issa And Ron Wyden, ‘The Immovable Object,’ Saved The Internet: Part I – by Ralph Benko

US: How Aaron Swartz, ‘The Irresistible Force,’ Plus Darrell Issa And Ron Wyden, ‘The Immovable Object,’ Saved The Internet: Part I – by Ralph Benko

US: First Amendment & Federal Elections – by Derwood S. Chase, Jr.

Right now the United States Congress is considering 16 amendments to overturn Citizens United. Most of them give Congress unlimited power to control spending by anyone – individuals, businesses, unions or groups – on federal elections. Two of the amendments even propose prohibiting private spending on elections. If Congress can stop anyone from spending money on speech, they can effectively stop the speech itself. You cannot be for freedom of speech and also favor these amendments.

US: Catholic Bishops Sound Battle Cry for Religious Liberty – by Jeffrey T. Kuhner

Liberals are waging a war on Christianity. This is the real reason why the Catholic bishops this week filed lawsuits against the Obama administration’s contraception mandate. The Catholic church realizes religious freedom is at stake. If the courts don’t overturn President Obama’s authoritarian regulations, America will slide toward secular tyranny.

US: SOPA, PIPA Threaten Free Speech, First Amendment – Investors.com

Free Speech: In the name of stopping online piracy of copyrighted material, some propose giving the federal government power to shut down websites without due process and control the greatest mode of free speech ever invented.

US: The First Amendment Can’t Always Protect You – by Ann Coulter

If Assange had unauthorized possession of any national defense document that he had reason to believe could be used to injure the United States, and he willfully communicated that, he committed a felony.

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