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  1. Dec 28, 2021 · AP . The idea that gun madness – including quite possibly the unsecured, locked and loaded guns next door that could easily find their way into the hands of a disturbed teenager or a clueless toddler – poses an unacceptable threat to the security of other Americans is again rejected because of "liberty".

    • Importance of Freedom of Speech and Expression
    • The Need to Protect Freedom of Speech
    • Restriction on Freedom of Speech

    A basic element of a functional democracy is to allow all citizens to participate in the political and social processes of the country. There is ample freedom of speech, thought and expression in all forms (verbal, written, broadcast, etc.) in a healthy democracy. Freedom of speech is guaranteed not only by the Indian Constitution but also by international statutes such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (declared on 10th December 1948), the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, etc. 1. This is important because democracy works well only if the people have the right to express their opinions about the government and criticise it if needed. 2. The voice of the people must be heard and their grievances are satisfied. 3. Not just in the political sphere, even in other spheres like social, cultural and economic, the people must have their voices heard in a true democracy. 4. In the absence of the...

    There are four justifications for freedom of speech. They are: 1. For the discovery of truth by open discussion. 2. It is an aspect of self-fulfilment and development. 3. To express beliefs and political attitudes. 4. To actively participate in a democracy.

    Freedom of speech is not absolute. Article 19(2) imposes restrictions on the right to freedom of speech and expression. The reasons for such restrictions are in the interests of: 1. Security 2. Sovereignty and integrity of the country 3. Friendly relations with foreign countries 4. Public order 5. Decency or morality 6. Hate speech 7. Defamation 8. Contempt of court The Constitution provides people with the freedom of expression without fear of reprisal, but it must be used with caution, and responsibly. Freedom of Speech on Social Media The High Court of Tripura has held that posting on social media was virtually the same as a fundamental right applicable to all citizens, including government employees. It also asserted that government servants are entitled to hold and express their political beliefs, subject to the restrictions laid under the Tripura Civil Services (Conduct) Rules, 1988. In another significant judgment, the HC of Tripura ordered the police to refrain from prosecut...

  2. Dec 24, 2021 · A political ideology is a set of ethical ideals, principles, doctrines, myths or symbols of a social movement, institution, or a large group. These political ideologies explain how society should function, and offers a blueprint for a certain social order.

  3. Jan 13, 2022 · WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department will begin transferring thousands of inmates out of federal prisons this week as part of a sweeping criminal justice overhaul signed by President Donald

  4. Jan 04, 2022 · Teachers are on the front lines in Jan. 6 culture war Teachers now are left to decide how — or whether — to instruct their students about the events that sit at the heart of the country's ...

  5. Jan 04, 2022 · MISSION, Kan. (AP) — What students are learning about the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 may depend on where they live. In a Boston suburb in heavily Democratic Massachusetts ...

  6. Jan 05, 2022 · Teachers at culture war front lines with Jan. 6 education. Waukee School District teacher Liz Wagner in her home in Urbandale, Iowa. MISSION, Kan. — What students are learning about the ...

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