Freedom of speech must always be used to an extent. We may not allow students in schools to say whatever they please without any consequence. Also, as we are siding with the Tinkers, we must not send the wrong message to students. We are not displaying that whenever a student has a stance, to go against the school’s government and to make this a national ordeal.
The First Amendment aims to protect the right of freedom of religion and the right of freedom of expression of all United States citizens. However, Lawrence states “The Supreme Court has held that words that ‘by their very utterance inflict injury or intend to incite an immediate breach of the peace’ are not constitutionally protected.” (Lawrence, pg 175) The First Amendment does not protect speech that maintains a sole purpose to inflict harm on other people. “Racial insults are undeserving for First Amendment protection because the perpetrator’s intention is not to discover truth or initiate dialogue, but to injure the victim” (Lawrence, pg 175)
Some may argue that the government should be strictly respected because they provide and protect our basic freedoms and needs. Others may disagree and state that it is appropriate to not only rebel, but overthrow the government no matter the condition due to a lack of trust and a sense of individuality that these defiant citizens feel they possess and must preserve. I feel that these two views are too extreme and that there is no sense in having too much or too little trust in the government. People should be cautious, and should not act unless there is a sense of intense corruption within the government which can be reversed through peaceful actions, brought on by voicing an opinion, even if it is not deemed valuable by the
There are many reasons why various organizations and people are censoring different kinds of topics; some people say it’s the right thing to do and others think its controversial to the first amendment.
This quote means that any citizen of the United States have the freedom of speech. With that being said, authors or writers should not get their books banned or challenged since they have the freedom of voice to state his/her opinions or thoughts on some paper. The article “I’m With The Banned” states, “Challenging a book is an attempt to remove it from a school or public library is a threat to your amendment rights.” (“I’m With The Banned”). This quote connects to banned books because whenever authors get their books challenged or banned it is a threat to their amendment rights.
Another case was Korematsu v. United States where the court ruled against Korematsu’s rights. The court stated although they are important the court needs to protect the country against espionage especially since it was during a time of “emergency and peril.” I believe that under regular circumstances the court will rule in favor of protecting Civil Rights and Civil Liberties but in times of crisis and war the court will do whatever it has to, to protect the country. The Terry Stop in my opinion violates a person's rights as they have not actually committed a crime and the officials are just acting on “probable cause”.
As a coin has two sides, Hate speech law has also positive impact and bad impact like adversely affect on social attitudes, violate the freedom of speech and psychological harm. We should not try to stop hate speech law but we have to continue trying to minimize causing harm to other = = =
2. Disadvantages of regulations/censorship 2.1 compromising the freedom of speech Censorship compromises the freedom of speech in many different ways. Freedom of speech refers to the right to speak without censorship or being restraint by a higher authority of the organization or country. For example, Compromising the freedom of speech will not allow the society to voice out their negative thoughts or to protest at a government or a government-related event. This example clearly shows that freedom of speech is being compromised as people are unable to voice out what they truly feel and are mostly forced to keep their opinions to themselves as voicing these opinions will make the rest of the society think in a different way and steer them away to generate other ideas or thoughts.
I believe freedom of speech should not be limited. Nowhere in the constitution does it give the government the right to limit our freedoms ,that act is truly unconstitutional. If we let them limit our freedoms then that gives them the power to limit little by little until it 's eventually all gone. The people should not be suppressed they should be allowed to put forth their opinions and speak against anything they feel isn 't right. the constitution states that you can say whatever you want as long as it does not include anything profine, or violent.
As previously stated, it ensures by restricting a person’s liberty, harm isn’t done. Harm was afflicted on Arthur the second someone contacted him about his condition, but by postponing the release of this story, we can less the overall harm. It would be
Amendment 1 ¬ Freedoms, Petitions, and Assembly- This amendment protects religious liberties meaning there will be no law symbolizing a national religion or persecuting somebody if they chose to follow a certain religion. Under this amendment, citizens are also guaranteed freedom of speech meaning the right to express any opinions without censorship, the right to press meaning television, newspapers, magazines and other media sources can publish truthful reports, even if they may be controversial, without the government interfering, the right to peacefully assemble meaning someone can gather together with others without fear from the government that they are a mob, the right to complain, and seek assistance of the government without fear of
It is not rational to allow governments to ban certain expressions because they are not appealing to some people. If such an act is allowed, than freedom of speech and press guaranteed by the 1st Amendment becomes useless, and that every material could be banned based on this test. People cannot be punished for expressing their views just because those views might not be appealing to some judge or jury (O`Brien, 508).
Because I come from a place of privilege, the most important and influential rights in life I often taken for granted. I’ve been so lucky as to be born automatically gifted with so many rights and protections that many parts of the world do not offer. One of these freedoms that is most important to me is the First Amendment, which entails freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition. Freedom of religion, the first right listed in the First Amendment, is incredibly important to me. I am not religious myself, and I appreciate that my government does not force me to practice any particular religion.