An area where the First Amendment is suspended, and the government assumes control over freedom of speech.
An area where the First Amendment can be suspended, and the government can assume control over freedom of speech.
A public area where activists can protest and use their free speech
A public area where protesters are not allowed
Areas not owned by the USA government, but respect the American First Amendment.
Laws that make it illegal to declare yourself an American citizen, when you are really not.
Laws that make it illegal to sell books using inaccurate information to make America look flawed.
Laws that make it illegal for criminals to make profits by selling their stories and memoirs.
A vague regulation passed after Watergate that is often considered as nothing but a confidence booster for Americans.
Protests supporting terrorism
The 1970 crackdown on communism
Post WW2 background checks on Germans
The propaganda of Communism during the 1970s
Proposal that America protest the Beijing Olympics
Freeing of Japanese Americans during WW2.
Investigations of 9/11 on the basis of popular conspiracy theories
Anti-Slavery in the United States
Yes - though it is controversial
Yes - and is commonly practiced in the US
No - absolutely not
No - only the federal government can impose such taxes
... the right of the people to assemble peaceably...
... the right of the people assemble peacefully..
... the right of peaceful people to assemble...
... the right of the people peaceably to assemble...
... the right of the people to peacefully assemble...
It considered the constitutionality of the act.
It got the act repealed
It enforced the act by adding stricter limitations
It is irrelevant to the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971