Freedom of Speech is one of the most precious rights that we have as an American. In my opinion, free speech defines who we are as a nation. It is the most fundamental element of our lives. Without it, we would not be where we are today; however, limits should be placed. Hate speech or other speeches that can cause harm to society’s welfare should not be disclosed under any circumstances.
The Bills of Rights were written to insure all people of the United States all of the freedoms in the Constitution. Most Americans did not realize it is the Federal Government from which the first Americans were protecting themselves. “The Bills Of Rights were written upon the American foundational belief that God has created all people with inalienable natural rights to life, liberty and property, and the federal government has no authority to deny these rights without due process of law. These rights include freedoms of religion, speech, a free press, free assembly, and free association, as well as the right to keep and bear arms.”(Bill of Rights Institute) The freedom most important to me is the First Amendment. This amendment covers the freedoms, for example, to belong to and attend functions for politics, religion, athletics and any other interests to a citizen.
CCCC #365 the right to freedom is part of human dignity - The catholic response would be that freedom is found internally, intrinsically. Religion does not prevent freedom but ensures people to follow their conscience CCCC #363 – doing good, what is right, conscience – a moral compass Freedom Secular understanding: to do whatever you want, possessions, wealth. Provide an experience of freedom. Temporal – temporary. Extrinsic – external.
Well no matter how a Christian is defined, the golden rule supports every human being deserves the same manner of respect desired. This could suggest some sort of tolerance for non-believers, or the secular world. However a Christian is to remain unique in showing the world how God desires His creation to live and in what manner He desires them to commune with Him. WHAT IS CHRISTIAN PLURALISM? Christian pluralism is the belief that all other religions are all true ways to God, as well as Christianity, with the exception of Jesus Christ being the only way.
By all rights, and regardless of FDR’s real intent (some say it was to garner support for U.S. involvement in WWII), very few would doubt that his elucidated four freedoms form an important base for understanding liberal democracy. Here are FDR’s own words, quoted at length: “The first is freedom of speech and expression — everywhere in the world. The second is freedom of every person to worship God in his own way — everywhere in the world. The third is freedom from want — which, translated into
Our military is powerful, and it is prepared.” He underscores that America is strong and powerful and that they are not afraid of the future because they can and will handle it. In addition, he also warns the terrorist about an eventually war with the same quote. The US is ready for war in any minutes, and they want to fight for peace and security and win the war against terrorism. The speech bears the mark of pathos in particular. In the first part of the speech, Bush keeps mention the victims and theirs family and friend.
Out of the ideologies that I compared and contrasted I would have to say that I agree more with Liberalism because of the belief that the most important goals should be individual liberty and equality. I think it is extremely important to set limits and obey boundaries but I also believe that we can and we should achieve that without violating people’s individual rights. Liberalism goes against anarchism in a sense that anarchism believes that there should be no government at all. In the United States, "liberalism" is most often used in the sense of social liberalism, which supports some regulation of business and other economic interventionism which they believe to be in the public interest. Liberalism suggests that government should intervene to “help” but never to “curb freedom.” Liberalism also says that ordinary men and women are entitled to satisfactory lives, but that individual liberties, including the right to prosper from ones efforts, should not be curtailed.
The US was built out of their dream with freedom as basic part. Politicians took the idea of the “Manifest Destiny” and made it as their foreign policy, as seen all around the world. Manifest Destiny has been a vital part of modern history and throughout history it has been seen as an important factor in society. The whole idea started in Europe because people were depressed and had no freedom. One reason to go to the New World was that there weren’t any restrictions and they could practice there own religious freedom.
Freedom of fear, right to capitalism, and stability for future generations brings us our most important ideal from out beloved Preamble, "providing for the common defense".Â Freedom of fear has given people the comfort to live their lives as safely as they choose.Â Capitalism holds the basis for society, and protecting that is detrimental to our way of life.Â If nothing else, you will see the need for protection in your children, and understand why the military is so necessary.Â Sure, the petty things will always happen, but remember why you can base your life around such minuscule things: your government has guaranteed your right of life by providing for the common defense.Â Appreciate
Today, many governments still hold the historic idea that a war in a foreign land can be justified if they are doing good for the people living in the area they are attacking. The idea of liberation, to overthrow or defeat an oppressive or unjust ruler and free the people being ruled over, has become one of the most common justifications of war in the modern day. However, most of the time the forces that see themselves as liberators