To: The Sons of Liberty
Freedom of Speech is the liberty we have to VOICE our greviences to or about our government with out any recourse.
Freedom of the Press is the liberty we have to PRINT or WRITE the same...
posted on 06/27/2006 12:09:09 PM PDT
by Zavien Doombringer
(Mr. Franklin, what form of customes did you create in Tiajunna? A beeber, Madam, if you can stune it)
To: Zavien Doombringer
Freedom of the Press is the liberty we have to PRINT or WRITE the same.
That's not really accurate. To enjoy "freedom of the press" a person must be considered part of the media. A person who writes a letter to the government is not protected by Freedom of the Press but by Freedom of Speech.
Freedom of speech also is not limited to vocal statements - it also can include writings and actions.
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