Blog Scenario Paper

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LT B! Excellent paper! You correctly identified the legal issues for this scenario and correctly applied the legal principles. Good use of references to support your conclusion. Well organized! Great team work! Blog Scenario Paper Benjamin Armstrong, Matt Young, Cecilia Valencia, Gabriel Paez University of Phoenix BCOM / 405 November 26th, 2012 Ginky Torres Introduction [Writing suggestion: Avoid using "intro" or "introduction" if this is a subtitle. At the beginning of the essay, the following could be nothing else] Early in our [Use "we," "us," or "our" to mean yourself and coauthors, not general humanity (or yourself and the reader)] nation’s history, outspoken individuals who felt [Style suggestion: if "felt" is used in the sense of "to believe or think," it is a cliché and vague; use a form of "believe" or "think"] [Clearer writing suggestion: if "felt" is used in the sense of "to believe or think," it is a cliché and vague; use "believed" or "thought"] their message carried enough weight to be spread, could stand atop a soap box in the middle of a crowed square, and make [Remove comma if the following is not an independent clause (and not the last element in a series)] proclamations at will, for or against any cause, in compliance with the Bill of Rights obliging the Constitution’s freedom of speech amendment. Over the years of social and political maturation, the people have accepted that Government [Do not capitalize without the complete name of the institution (unless in a citation or as the first word in a sentence)] must have a guiding or watchful hand over public speech, commerce, travel, security, and other vital aspects of a

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