Freedom of speech Essay Topics

Limitations on One’s Rights and Freedom of Speech

How many times have you wanted to express your honest opinion about an issue that concerns you, but you held back because you know in doing so it would lead to unwanted consequences? Many people question the First Amendment due to the fact that some people take advantage of it and use it for the… View Article

Flag Burning & Freedom of Speech

Since the Supreme Court has decided that freedom of speech may at times be restricted, the question arises, should such freedom be restricted when it comes to flag burning? An example of such an action would be an angry mob of people who wish to protest a recent decision by the government by burning the… View Article

Free Will Essay

Many people in the western world hold very dear the idea of independence, that they can think freely, choose freely, and express themselves freely. This all is connected to the idea of free will that many believe is what makes us human. Many people cannot, however, define free will. There is always the feeling that… View Article

Teacher Handbook

Deciding to be a school teacher does not mean one has to throw away their rights granted by the United States Constitution. Teachers are required to maintain moral and ethical behavior but their rights as citizens are not taken away. Teachers should understand that they are always teachers and role models whether they are in… View Article

Freedom of Speech Essay

The first amendment states that “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. ” but does that mean… View Article

Students Freedom of Speech in School

The First Amendment states that all citizens of the U. S have freedom of religion, petition, assembly, press, and speech. The First Amendment was written and adopted for over two hundred years of American History. Throughout this period people have questioned the extent of freedom that they were given through the First Amendment. The freedom… View Article

Freedom of Speech

In the United States we have many freedoms that we as citizens possess. Freedom of speech is one of the freedoms we enjoy. But what is the meaning of the word “freedom”, and how free is our speech? The word free, according to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary means: having the legal and political rights of a citizen…. View Article

Analysing on Liberty by John Stuart Mill

Humanity’s attempts to study the state of society have stretched back throughout the ages. From forefathers such as Socrates or Aristophanes to the great enlightenment philosophers of Locke or Voltaire, all have grappled with the questions of how humanity best functions as a collective. John Stuart Mill, hailed as a paradigmatic liberal political philosopher, continues… View Article

What Freedom Means to Me

What Freedom Means to Me When beginning to write my paper two days prior the backspace was unquestionably being favored more than other keys on my personal computer. Seriously, the “back” part of space is in danger of being completely worn off. So you can only imagine my excitement when during a lecture on Martin… View Article

Killing the Internet Sopa/Pipa

“Kill the Internet- and Other Anti-SOPA Myths” In this article of “Kill the Internet- and Other Anti-SOPA Myths”, the author Goldberg indicates that basically anything that was posted on the internet was at risk with the anti-piracy. This is just technically stating that everything that is posted on the internet has the ability to be… View Article