Located in The Break Room, started by lennco, Jul 20, 2012
When you don't want to walk all the way back to your car carrying a 52" flat screen tv.
When will this stop. 1/2 of all murders are committed by 5% of the population. Young black men.
What would Trump do?
Or if Trump were a Liberal (he admits he was).
Trump registered as a Republican in Manhattan in 1987 and since that time has changed his party affiliation five times.
In 1999, Trump changed his party affiliation to the Independence Party of New York. In August 2001, Trump changed his party affiliation to Democratic. In September 2009, Trump changed his party affiliation back to the Republican Party. In December 2011, Trump changed to "no party affiliation" (independent). In April 2012, Trump again returned to the Republican Party.
Amazon stock is doing just dandy
Trump doesn't want kneeling during the National Anthem but I guess we can disrespect it like this idiot.....
Something about Lindsey Graham hiring male escorts and having them sign NDAs
Tell that to Lindsey Graham
Meanwhile... cooler heads prevail.
You will NEVER hear 99% of Democrats or Blacks EVER admit those facts.
Blacks are the only race in this world that will make martyrs out of criminals!
Awesome source, JB! (sarcasm)
Check out how many people like dislike vid;
When will you learn? Stop with CNN / NBC Seems you 100% trust freq cite these sources.
Thanks for the Video. It's proof of what I and other conservatives have been saying in this thread for tons of years. The only tolerant people are conservatives. With few exceptions, Liberals are snakes that can't be trusted!
No Leftist group would ever allow a right wing group wearing MAGA caps, to speak among them... NEVER. In fact they would beat the shit out of them. Never trust a modern day Liberal!
The Value of Free Speech
What is free speech supposed to say?
The question will seem strange, even inappropriate, to one who views free speech as a right. A right to free speech presupposes that what one says, or how one exercises the right, is left undefined. The government protects the right; the citizens in society say what they please. Yet clearly some free speech is more appropriate than the rest. Some free speech contributes to free speech by helping to define freedom and free speech in general and for that society. In so doing such speech defends and promotes the right of free speech. This would be the main task of free speech: to use reason to show why free speech is valuable and to make it active and lively. The task would include the investigation of the presuppositions of free speech in political philosophy, to see whether reason can guide our lives and how.
In saying this I do not mean to abridge or deny the right of free speech but only to specify what is valuable as opposed to what is tolerated. Tolerated but not valuable is the free speech understood as self-expression or self-interest, as stated above. You should have the right to speak (almost) as you please, and that right should be protected by law. But it is important to understand and to sustain the value of the free speech that contributes to free speech rather than that which abuses the right by denying or belittling the value of free speech. Not everything said is said well, and the right of free speech needs to be exercised well.
Free speech and free rule
Societies stay together through rulers who rule by ruling principles, which are principles about the whole, about the common good. The debate over abortion today is about the kind of society we want. One could suppose that those who want abortion to be legal should have abortions, and those opposed should refrain from them, with the result that both sides are happy. But in fact, both sides would be unhappy. Those who favor legal abortion want a society in which a woman freely controls her own body, and those opposed want a society in which a woman does not have a right to kill a developing human being for the sake of her convenience. Politics is not about "preferences," as is often said by those using the analogy of consumer preferences. One can prefer vanilla to chocolate without wanting to abolish chocolate, but this is not the case in politics. Political liberty is distinctive because it consists in free speech over the choice of which principle, under which rulers, should rule the whole.
Freedom in the strongest or the strictest sense is to break free of the principles that normal people do not question.
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