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  1. Feb 21,  · The first amendment to the United States Consitition reads as follows. Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
  2. Aug 10,  · It is a bill that would have limited free speech in full violation of the First Amendment of the Constitution, while squashing the dissent of freedom loving Christopher Merola.
  3. There are six amendments to the US Constitution of that have been passed by the United States Congress but did not get ratified by the appropriate number of states' of these amendments remain pending before state lawmakers, one has expired by its own terms, and one (the Equal Rights Amendment) has expired by the terms of the resolution proposing it, although the.
  4. Oct 02,  · One of the most pervasive myths within the United States is that our rights come from the U.S. Constitution. Even the U.S. Supreme Court subscribes to this myth whenever it searches the Constitution to determine whether people have a certain right or not. Actually, as Thomas Jefferson observed in the Declaration of Independence, people’s rights are inherent to human beings. They are .
  5. May 30,  · Friday Roundup. May 30, , by Russ Bensing. Some light reading. If I was a bright guy, I'd probably spend some time over at the Social Science Research Network reading "An Empirical Analysis of the Confirmation Hearings of the Justices of the Rehnquist Natural Court."." Then again, maybe not. The abstract of the article pretty much confirmed my suspicions: after comparing the .
  6. Aug 19,  · Spring meant heading for the golf course, time out in the garden, packing away the winter clothes and, to be honest, hoping not to ever need them meant everything.
  7. The First Amendment The first amendment is one of the most used amendments today. Everyone in the world uses it and sometimes takes advantage of it and most times uses it when needed to. The Bill Of Rights was created on December 15th of and was created to make some rules in the future because no one had the freedom to do anything.
  8. The First Amendment states that "Congress shall make no law abridging freedom of speech, or of the press. But the term "press" at the time the Constitution was written meant printing press." The concept of broadcasting could not have been foreseen, it is not listed among First Amendment rights; therefore, Congress can make laws about broadcasting.

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