The right to say what you want, without fear of government or societal persecution is so great of importance that our founders listed it as our very first amendment. For when ideas, whether good or evil, are suppressed, society cannot engage in a progressive evolution. When people fear to utter a word, whether it be … Continue reading Soldiers need more Free-Speech
Is hate-speech considered Free-Speech?
On October 28th, 2017, a rally will be held in Shelbyville,Tn. The rally is called, "White Lives Matter" lead by a group of White Nationalists. An event that I want no part of. Being a Tennessean myself, I know the history of my state very well. Tennessee,Georgia, and Alabama are cradles for The Ku … Continue reading Is hate-speech considered Free-Speech?
Brave Utah Nurse Defends 4th Amendment from Police
Utah Nurse, Alex Wubbels, has been all over the headlines recently after an altercation between her and Utah police was posted online and went viral. The incident happened July 26, when a car crash victim was admitted to the University of Utah Hospital burn unit; he was in a coma. Though the man was not … Continue reading Brave Utah Nurse Defends 4th Amendment from Police
Kentucky Police Department tests the 4th Amendment
To: Paducah Police Chief, Brandon Barnhill- email@example.com From: Nalini-Global- Naliniglobal@yahoo.com The Paducah Police Department of Kentucky has recently launched a new initiative known as the, "Lock it or Lose it" campaign. Officers will now be encouraged to conduct sweeps around the city to check vehicles parked on public property, to see if they are properly … Continue reading Kentucky Police Department tests the 4th Amendment