When the founders of the Constitution wrote the First Amendment, they were referring to all free speech, although their was no way possible that they could have guessed what the world would have been like today.The First Amendment states, “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.” This means it prohibits the establishment of a state supported church, and it guarantees freedom of worship, speech and the press.
The First Amendment of the United States Constitution guarantees the following rights: In general, this is a relatively simple proposition, but it does become complicated when rights of one person conflict with the rights of another person.
It is my position that even if the rights of privacy of some people are hindered, freedom of speech and the press must be maintained.
The Relevance of The First Amendment There is a discrepancy between what is considered a violation of freedom of speech and what is not.
Many people do not know what is a violation of the First Amendment.
When public records are withheld from the media, the information is being withheld from the public.
The question becomes, what are the exceptions, and who decides what those exceptions will be.
Essay text: Many confront the issues of the right to read freely, freedom of expression in schools, minors’ First Amendment rights, free press, the right to dissent, the right to free association and the freedom of religion, right to privacy and anonymity, unprotected and protected speech, and new technologies, such as the Internet...
Showed first 250 characters As the United States grows and evolves as a government, so does its policies governing the people of its nation.
The policies delivered from the church had more authority than the local rulers and magistrates of the developing feudal system. Augustine wrote about war and what justified its enactment against fellow men (Witt, 1998: 99).
This policy was followed and adhered to for hundreds of years after St. Another example, is the use of the Bible as a guideline for establishing governing systems.