Tuesday, July 5, 2011

New York Times Sketch

What Does the First Amendment Protect?  The author put it best with these words; "a clash between the worship of freedom of speech and a concern for the quality of public life in relation to which free speech may sometimes be asked to take a back seat." To me a good analogy for this article is the first bite of an apple. In taking a little here and there, doesn't the whole thing become ruined?