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Tag: freedom of speech

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The Social Media Censorship Problem, Solved

Ultimately, the questions of censorship and the right to free speech online all boil down to simple matters of property rights.

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The American First Amendment: A Poem

A creative poem by 71 Republic's Nate Galt describing the true nature of free speech in our country.

Freedom of Speech Upheld in Face of ‘Nazi Salute’ Backlash

A school is defending the free speech rights of a group of boys pictured doing what many claim is a Nazi salute in a prom picture posted to Twitter.

Americans Have Forgotten How to Boycott

Both conservatives and liberals have called for boycotts against companies that supported polarizing political agendas, and both have failed at doing so.

The Libertarian Party: A History From Hospers to Johnson

A brief history of how the Libertarian Party went from a small, meaningless group to a rapidly growing third party option for those inclined to liberty.

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There Is No Moral Reason to Prohibit Hate Speech

Though it may be offensive to some people, unless it is a direct incitement of violence, hate speech is Constitutionally protected free speech.

Be on the Lookout for Gun Grabbers

After the shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue, we can expect the gun control advocates of the nation to attempt to spread their message once again.

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Dress Codes Should Protect Free Speech, Not Ban Colors

Rather than protecting free speech, some school dress codes are restricting clothing based on things as trivial as different colors.

The Democrats Have Embarrassed Themselves

The Democrats have embarrassed themselves by using slurs against rapper Kanye West and by promoting violence after the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh.

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The Democratic Party Doesn’t Care about America’s Youth

The Democratic Party claims to care about America's youth, but their policies prove that they would only make things a lot worse.

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