First amendment rights and limitations
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Freedom of speech limits:
Threats towards airplanes, schools, and the president; sexual harrassment; things that freate sicial chaos; crude language un public; vulgur langusge in schools and courts; hate crimes.
Freedom of speech rights:
Express any political belief; peacefully protest; say something about someone that is true; burn the flag; say racist hate slogans.
What are the two clauses of freedom of religion?
Establishment clause and free exercise clause.
Government and schools cannot promote religion
Free exercise allows
Choose any religion; lead prayers in most instances; as questions about religions
Free exercise disallows
Break the law and claim it a religious belief; raise children without education; deprive children of basic needs.
Freedom of press allows
Print any political position; make fun of people including politicians; expose wrongs by the government; say things you may not agree with.
Freedom of press disallows
Libel; disclose classified government secrets; details on how to make certain weapons.
Intentionally injuring a person's reputation by false facts
Freedom of assembly allows
Protest; parade with a permit; parade chanting hate slogans; gather in public.
Freedom of assembly disallows
Protest by throwing rocks and breaking windows; loiter on private land without owners permission
Rights in petitioning the government
You can sue the government fir its wrongs; you cannot be punished for exposing a governments wrongs; the courts decide the wrings.
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