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"...But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security..." The Declaration of Independence


Monday, January 24, 2011

Glenn Beck Rightfully Thumbs Nose at New York Times and the Center constitutional Rights

Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), attempt to set an anti-free speech causation based on Beck’s assertions concerning Cloward - Piven.
Beck pointed out a New York Times column where the Times writer indicated “some sources” and a critic from the Soros funded
 The CCR went as far as saying the repeated incendiary remarks made by Beck actually put people in danger.

Here’s my take: The truth, no matter how incendiary, needs to be discussed. If Frances Fox Piven has not engaged in the rhetoric
Beck is showing us, she can file a claim citing damages.

The Center for Constitutional Rights is a joke!  Here's an exerpt from a letter they sent to Fox News about Beck.  They're a conter for consitutuional rights, but they would silence someone's first ammendment one?  Here's the exerpt:  In the letter, co-written by Legal Director Bill Quigley and Executive Director Vince Warren the CCR asks that Ailes distinguish between First Amendment rights, of which they are “vigorous defenders” and an “intentional repetition of provocative, incendiary, emotional misinformation and falsehoods [that place that person] in actual physical danger of a violent response.” 

Why would the New York times print garbage that might silence a critical voice? Doesn’t the New York Times believe in free speech?

Beck should be able to say anything he wants. If, however, information he disposes are pure fabrications and lies, there are legal avenues slandered people can take.

People who engage in violent activities based on the things he/she hears is solely responsible for his actions!

We can’t squash free speech because you are afraid of what will be said, and this is exactly why the A Puppet Master is pulling the NY Times string; printing that stupid, ignorant article.

If the things Beck was saying were fabrications, they’d have in court so fast it’d make our heads spin. But, he hasn’t been to court for his rhetoric. What does that say?

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