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wayoflife

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Sharkey

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I know I know, it’s FOX but really, I think we all knew it just from the way the ruling class was so quick to vilify those who think differently from them.
Holy crap. He is a non-binary Mormon. One would think that is an oxymoron…or maybe that makes him an oxymormon.
 

Sharkey

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Perfect example of why I’m glad the First Amendment is not absolute. Sorry, but the First Amendment was never intended to protect “speech” in the form of standing in a median, interfering with traffic, and begging for money.

“The Dallas ordinance fails to recognize medians as public spaces for First Amendment activity,” said Savannah Kumar, an attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas. “The ordinance is overly broad, and courts have repeatedly found that you can’t just arbitrarily ban all activity in public spaces like medians.”
 

Sharkey

Word Ninja
I know I know, it’s FOX but really, I think we all knew it just from the way the ruling class was so quick to vilify those who think differently from them.
His dad is a former porn star, MMA fighter, and a Mormon. Story gets more crazy by the minute.
 

JimLee

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Perfect example of why I’m glad the First Amendment is not absolute. Sorry, but the First Amendment was never intended to protect “speech” in the form of standing in a median, interfering with traffic, and begging for money.

“The Dallas ordinance fails to recognize medians as public spaces for First Amendment activity,” said Savannah Kumar, an attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas. “The ordinance is overly broad, and courts have repeatedly found that you can’t just arbitrarily ban all activity in public spaces like medians.”
I think the problen is that we as a nation have bastardized the word speech into defining actions or "expressions", with the governments and courts help of course. I think the constitution was pretty perfect as written, it's the constant redefining the meaning of words that's flawed and has all but made the constitution a worthless document.
 

Sharkey

Word Ninja
I think the problen is that we as a nation have bastardized the word speech into defining actions or "expressions", with the governments and courts help of course. I think the constitution was pretty perfect as written, it's the constant redefining the meaning of words that's flawed and has all but made the constitution a worthless document.
A lot of truth to that. The Citizens United decision was one of the worst I seen from the SCOTUS in a very long time.
 
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