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This Day in History- The Sedition Act of 1918

Freedom of speech is something that we accept as a guaranteed right in the United States. It is in the very first amendment in our Bill of Rights, and we exercise our freedom constantly, especially in newspapers and the media. We often take it for granted…
The Sedition Act, enacted on May 18th, 1918, was an addition to the Espionage Act of 1917. The Espionage Act made it a crime to interfere with military operations or recruitment, … http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2015/05/day-history-sedition-act-1918/

Freedom only goes so far

People need to respect other people's rights including the right to be left alone. You're rights may not (or should not) infringe upon another's right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Rarely do things in the legal world surprise me, anymore.  Disbelief, maybe, but not surprise.  Take, for instance the case of U.S. v. Osinger.  Seems Mr. Osinger and the love of … http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2014/06/freedom-only-goes-so-far/

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This Day in History- The Sedition Act of 1918

Freedom of speech is something that we accept as a guaranteed right in the United States. It is in the very first amendment in our Bill of Rights, and we exercise our freedom constantly, especially in newspapers and the media. We often take it for granted…
The Sedition Act, enacted on May 18th, 1918, was an addition to the Espionage Act of 1917. The Espionage Act made it a crime to interfere with military operations or recruitment, … http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2015/05/day-history-sedition-act-1918/

Freedom only goes so far

People need to respect other people's rights including the right to be left alone. You're rights may not (or should not) infringe upon another's right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Rarely do things in the legal world surprise me, anymore.  Disbelief, maybe, but not surprise.  Take, for instance the case of U.S. v. Osinger.  Seems Mr. Osinger and the love of … http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2014/06/freedom-only-goes-so-far/