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Why is Free Speech So Important?
Freedom of speech, or free speech, is the fundamental concept of American society. It has always been and hopefully will always be the single biggest influence our society has had on every aspect of life and liberty throughout the world. Free speech is a constitutionally defended human right, one bestowed upon everyone regardless of gender, sex, religion, race, nationality, or any other identifying factor.
The question of “Why is Free Speech so important?” seems foreign to many rational thinkers. However, based on recent anti-free speech rioters at college campuses, corporations like Facebook and Twitter, and a large percentage of the people we elected to protect this basic constitutional right, the question seems all too important to leave unanswered.
Today on The Voice of a Nation, Mr. Constitution will address why free speech is so important? Why our founders placed this among the most essential God-given liberties. If you will not fight to protect this, then America is lost.
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