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Charlie Veitch Free Speech And The BNP
Veitch does not get the idea of free speech at all.

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Charlie Veitch The BNP And Free Speech
He just doesnt get the idea of Free Speech at all … http://www.spiked-online.com/freespeechnow/manifesto#.U3uArV6mE-Y.

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Free Speech Project Season 2 – Jade Clement- Gods
The Free Speech Project airs Monday-Thursday 6:45am, 10:45am, 1:45pm and 4:45pm on 96.1WEFM, STAR947HD 107.7 Music for Life Visit our websites: 96wefm.com star947tt.com 1077musicforlife.com.

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Free speech hypocrites Dixie Chicks, Duck Dynasty and America's pointless shell arguments #News
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Megyn Kelly LIkens Use Of 'Redskins' Name To Free Speech
www.newshounds.us – Fox News: where insulting minorities is viewed as legitimate opinion not to be squelched. More discussion at http://www.newshounds.us/megyn_kelly_redskins_name_curtailing_speech…

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Free Speech Project Season 2 – Rojelio Gowrie- A Trip To The Clinic
The Free Speech Project airs Monday-Thursday 6:45am, 10:45am, 1:45pm and 4:45pm on 96.1WEFM, STAR947HD 107.7 Music for Life Visit our websites: 96wefm.com …

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Ted Cruz Warns That Dems Are Moving To 'Repeal' The First Amendment
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said Thursday that Democrats are making moves to repeal First Amendment rights to free speech and religious liberty. credit https://www.youtube.com/user/CNSNews/featured…

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Free Speech Project Season 2 – Romero Gowrie- Daddy Or Not
The Free Speech Project airs Monday-Thursday 6:45am, 10:45am, 1:45pm and 4:45pm on 96.1WEFM, STAR947HD 107.7 Music for Life Visit our websites: 96wefm.com …

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Rebuttal to Charlie Veitch The Moron On Free Speech
via YouTube Capture.

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Ted Cruz: Senate Dems Are Trying to Repeal the First Amendment
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) drew audible gasps Thursday when he told gathering of Christian conservatives that Democrats intended to amend the Constitution to limit free speech. “When you think it…

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Listener Feedback 2014/05/25
Listener Feedback, Windsor Hum, Voynich, Chopra, Dorey's Free Speech; http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2014/05/23/federal_study_fails_to_pinpoint_exact_cause_of_windsor_hum.html.

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hide captionThe Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication wants the Kansas Board of Regents to reverse the social media policy it finalized earlier this month.

The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication wants the Kansas Board of Regents to reverse the social media policy it finalized earlier this month.

The clash between academic freedom and state oversight in Kansas last week continues, as the state Board of Regents revised its policy on what faculty and staff at the state’s colleges and universities can post on social media.

Following harsh criticism of a policy adopted last year that severely restricted social media postings by faculty, the Board added language that is supportive of free speech and academic freedom. But it still allows administrators to suspend and fire faculty members or staffers for social media posts that are “contrary to the best interests of the employer.”

Critics say the policy remains among the most restrictive in the nation and that despite the changes it is a severe restriction on free speech for educators.

“The exercise of free speech is now potentially a firing offense at colleges and universities in Kansas,” the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication writes in a statement.

The Board of Regents first adopted its social media policy last year, in response to a tweet made by an associate journalism professor at the University of Kansas.

The tweet by David Guth criticized the National Rifle Association in relation to the September 2013 shooting at the Washington Navy Yard. Guth tweeted: “blood is on the hands of the #NRA. Next time, let it be YOUR sons and daughters.”

The policy adopted in December was denounced from many sides, with many critics saying it gave administrators too much latitude to fire or discipline employees for what they said on social media.

Among the groups speaking out was The American Association of University Professors which argued that some portions of the policy could lead to professors being fired simply for disagreeing with university policies or their colleagues online.

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Social networking sites may call themselves technology companies, but the reality is their business is information The recent decision by the European Court of Justice, that EU citizens should have a "right to be forgotten" from Google search results, has picked the scab on a much deeper cultural issue; who defines the limits of free speech? American and European approaches to it could not be …

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Free Speech Project Season 2 – Brendon O'Brien- Roots Revolution
The Free Speech Project airs Monday-Thursday 6:45am, 10:45am, 1:45pm and 4:45pm on 96.1WEFM, STAR947HD 107.7 Music for Life Visit our websites: 96wefm.com …

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Steel on Steel – May 24, 2014 – Women in the Islamic World
140021 05/24/2014 Women in the Islamic World – John's boralogue explains why free media in a free society are so important and how the war against free speech has been joined in the West….

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End Of Free Speech If Democrats Have Their Way
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) told attendees at a Family Research Council pastors retreat that Democrats wanted to limit free speech through amending the Constitution. “When you think it can't get…

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Russia's “Bloggers Law” and Free Speech: This Week in Law 260
Jonathan Peters talks about the signing of the “Bloggers Law” and what it means for moderating content for tech companies operating abroad For the full episode, visit http://twit.tv/show/this-wee…

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Free Speech and Cable TV
Jim Rizoli discusses what the FCC rules are for Free Speech on Cable TV.

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Now that Robert Copeland has finally resigned as a police commissioner in Wolfeboro, N.H., after referring to President Obama with a vile racial epithet, there seems to be a move afoot in some quarters to portray him as a victim of political correctness and a martyr in the cause of free speech. He is neither, and to think so betrays a thorough misunderstanding of constitutional rights.

Copelands remark, which contained a racial slur preceded by an obscenity, was overheard in a restaurant in March by a resident. She brought it to the attention of the town manager and the other two members of the police commission, an elected body that hires, fires and disciplines police officers and sets their salaries. When confronted about it, Copeland, 82, was hardly apologetic, writing in response that, I believe I did use the N word in reference to the current occupant of the Whitehouse. For this, I do not apologize he meets and exceeds my criteria for such.

Earlier this month, about 100 residents attended a public meeting that was held to discuss the issue. Given that Wolfeboro, a wealthy resort town of 6,300 residents, has no mechanism for removing public officials between elections, many of those who attended were there to urge him to resign. Eventually he did, much to the relief of other town officials, who feared that his widely reported remark might lead to a boycott by potential visitors this summer.

Both at the meeting and subsequently, defenders of Copeland have suggested that the public outcry that greeted his remark was an example of the thought police stifling his free speech rights. Actually, the whole affair was a vindication of free speech.

The First Amendment provides that Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech or of the press. That is, government may not interfere with freedom of expression. It does not guarantee, however, that free speech will be free of the consequences it may incur in the marketplace of ideas.

In this instance, Copeland exercised his right to speak his mind if, in fact, he still has one and defended vigorously his right to do so. That did not mean that those who learned of his views were obliged to treat them with tolerance or refrain from exercising their own speech rights. Constituents of an elected official are under no obligation to remain silent when that official expresses views, even privately, that they find repugnant. In fact, many residents of Wolfeboro may have felt that their silence could have been interpreted as an endorsement of, or at least acquiescence in, Copelands slur.

So they were perfectly free to call on him to resign, and people living farther away certainly had a right to express themselves by threatening a tourist boycott. Just because a person has a right to say something doesnt mean that he has a right not to be contradicted, or to be immune from public condemnation.

The faith of the nations founders was that so long as government was barred from prohibiting speech it deemed dangerous or offensive, unsound views would be exposed as such in the welter of public debate, and wiser counsel would prevail. Thats what happened in this case.

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Editorial: Free Speech Vs. Free Speech

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