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Noam Chomsky in conversation with Jonathan Freedland


Noam Chomsky in conversation with Jonathan Freedland

Today’s Holiday: Bill of Rights Day (2014)


Today’s Holiday

Bill of Rights Day (2014)

The first 10 amendments to the US Constitution of 1787—referred to collectively as the Bill of Rights—were ratified on December 15, 1791. This landmark document protected American citizens from specific abuses by their government and guaranteed such basic rights as the freedom of religion, freedom of speech, and freedom of the press. In 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt designated December 15 as Bill of Rights Day and called upon Americans to observe it with appropriate patriotic ceremonies. More… Discuss

Video: Ramallah welcomes French vote on Palestinian statehood


Video: Ramallah welcomes French vote on Palestinian statehood

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The Burning Question: Is freedom of speech equated with forced exposure and therefore adherence to speech?


The Burning Question: Is freedom of speech equated with forced exposure and therefore adherence to speech?

And furthermore acceptance of ideas and actions proclaimed by said speech?

Can any company force you to be associated with ideas and ideologies that are erroneous, by not providing a means to separate and insulate yourself from such ideas?

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Eduard R. Murrow: Just Another Speach, Not ! Everybody on the same page? (1954-2010)


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