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Tag Archive | "First Amendment"

Facebook Releases Unjust Suspension of Shared Links of Official Facebook Page for Arlingtoncardinal.com

Facebook on July 13, 2017 (today) has released a punishing block of our shared links on our official Facebook page (Facebook.com/ArlingtonCardinal). According to Facebook, the block was scheduled to be released on July 26, 2017 at 5:50 a.m. About 5:50 a.m. on the morning of June 26, 2017, Facebook notified the official page for The […]

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When Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Acts Like a Bully, How Can We Believe Facebook Is Anti-Bully?

Although many people think Facebook is silly, narcissistic, and inane, and refuse to join; it has become a powerful communications medium (often replacing email), and has become a powerful source of news. With its single news feed, it has made it easy and effective for users to monitor the news that they choose from multiple […]

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Detroit Firefighter Threatens to Report Photographer as a Suspected Arsonist If He Doesn’t Leave Fire Scene

This video was broadcast live on Periscope from a fire at Toledo and Manson in Detroit, Michigan on June 17, 2016 showing a Detroit Fire Department firefighter confronting the videographer. Getting Hot in the Summer in Detroit “I’ll have to ask you to leave my fire scene right the f*%# now or I’ll call the […]

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President Barack Obama: ” I Wish Sony Would Have Spoken to Me First”

The President comments on the FBI’s announcement that the North Korean government is responsible for the Sony hacking. President Barack Obama outlines the principles of the First Amendment and described several worst-case scenarios of fear, intimidation and freedom of speech, including speculation on control of over documentaries and news reports, and the resulting self-censorship. Get […]

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US Flag T-Shirt Prohibition Has Some Wondering About Tinkering with Tinker

An appeals court has ruled that a California school can stop students from wearing American flag shirts on Cinco de Mayo. The Supreme Court (Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District) says that if an action causes a material substantial disruption, then the school can suppress that speech. Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community […]

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Jewel-Osco Security Violates Constitutional Rights of Arlington Cardinal Photographer/Videographer in Arlington Heights

VIDEO: Incident involving security guards violating constitutional right of a photographer behind the Jewel-Osco store at 122 North Vail Avenue in Arlington Heights on Monday, December 2, 2013. Today, about 11:00 a.m. two security guards from Jewel-Osco and a truck driver wearing a Greater Chicago Food Depository uniform unlawfully restricted a photographer from taking pictures […]

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Newseum Opens Exhibit Celebrating the Original “Anchorman” Movie with Will Ferrell

With “Anchorman 2” set to debut next month, The Newseum in Washington opens an exhibit celebrating the original movie. The Newseum is an interactive museum of news and journalism located at 555 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, D.C. The seven-level, 250,000-square-foot museum features 15 theaters and 14 galleries. The Today’s Front Pages Gallery presents daily front […]

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Nativity Scene Permit Approved at North School Park; Installation is Saturday Dec. 15, 2012

The Arlington Heights Park District approved a permit to display a privately-funded nativity scene at North School park, effective Saturday, December 15, 2012 through Sunday, January 6, 2013. Initially the display was not approved while the park district stated the nativity display was inconsistent with their practice of using only their own decorations — a […]

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Will The First Amendment “Freedom of Religion” Trump All for the Nativity Scene at North School Park, Arlington Heights?

Arlington Heights North School Park has been in the national media this past few weeks, including “The O’Reilly Factor” on Fox News Channel, regarding a controversy over permission to put a private Nativity Scene on Arlington Heights Park District property as part of the holiday display of lights, toys and other holiday decorations during the […]

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An Activist Chicago Alderman, a Mayor with ‘Values’ and Chicken Business Named Chick-Fil-A

Chicago Alderman Joe Moreno interview. Fast-food chain Chick-Fil-A is standing firm in its opposition to gay marriage even as some U.S. politicians say the company’s values don’t mesh with well with those of their cities. VIDEO NO LONGR AVAILABLE Rahm Immanuel ‘Chicago Values’ statement regarding the Chick-A-Fil controversy. After Chick-Fil-A being on the radar regarding […]

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Artist Chris Drew Arrested for Recording Video of His Own Arrest on a Public Street in Chicago

Interview with artist Chris Drew, who thinks the Illinois law that prohibits audio recordings of police arrests is a violation of the First Amendment. He believes that we have the right to record our public servants, our employees and bring evidence to the system that they are doing wrong. Chicago artist Chris Drew used a […]

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