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.

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6 thoughts on “Amendment I

  1. Does this mean that there will be no consequences?
    One hopes so. It is interesting that Canada is now restricting free speech because it offends the Liberal’s favoured castes.
    I can see the progressives subverting this, and the second amendment.

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  2. At some point, when you get a minute, you’re going to elaborate. Right? I can’t help but think there is a catch here.

    Not with the amendment, which most educated Americans over 40 could already recite. But with your motivation for posting it.

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  3. “At some point, when you get a minute, you’re going to elaborate. Right? I can’t help but think there is a catch here.”

    Hear, hear! (or is it here, here?)
    I notice the rest of the site seems down (old posts aren’t showing up on my screen)

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  4. A three star recently ate at my home, and within the first half hour mentioned, “I saw a post of yours online”. My mouth was in my throat for a couple of minutes until he told me the site. It was four words, total. Completely innocuous and in my own name (I’ve made a total of four posts in my life in my own name).
    I’m anon for a reason. I’m assuming Scott’s problem is similar.

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  5. Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech …

    Note carefully that it only says “Congress”. It does not prohibit organizations from making laws that muzzle their employees. That reality would extend to the organizations within the Executive Branch of the Federal Government, such as the Department of Defense, to whom Scott is still beholden.

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