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What does this mean for the First Amendment?
What does this mean for the First Amendment?
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June 15, 2017
Clay Calvert, The Conversation
The First Amendment protects free speech and the press from government censorship, as well as the right of citizens to petition the government for a redress of grievances. When people complain to Trump on his Twitter account, they are engaging in free speech, but also petitioning the government. READ MORE » 
Ole Griffith
We were certainly not the only Army Air Corps unit to adopt animals as pets, but we did have some unusual ones. My favorite was Loop — a miniature dachshund. READ MORE » 
John Rosemond
We seem, collectively, to have forgotten that children are capable of being odd little creatures — some more than others. Most children eventually outgrow their oddness or learn the advisability of controlling it. READ MORE » 
Fred Cicetti
The first issue is that seniors take a lot more medicine than younger people. The average older person takes more than four prescription drugs and two over-the-counter drugs daily. READ MORE » 
Charles Bayer
Ours is the story of millions of others — making possible the election of FDR for four terms. For the ensuing eight-plus decades, all the members of our family have been dedicated New Deal Democrats. READ MORE » 
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