Ruben’s Homework: Sunday’s Comic

The country will be watching to see if the DOJ oversteps. Be vigilant because it is pretty obvious that with rubes like Ruben, we can’t count on Congress

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  1. The First Amendment is, in fact, limited. You cannot yell “Fire” in a crowded theater. You cannot libel or slander other people. You cannot verbally assault anyone, and you cannot threaten people with bodily harm. The real questions involve the extent of the limitations on free speech and free expression. In our country the Supreme Court has generally made decisions on where to draw the line between free speech and criminal offenses that involve speech and expression. Neither the left nor the right has clean hands when it comes to attempts to limit free speech for partisan or ideological reasons.

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