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- proper n. The first of ten amendments to the constitution of the United States, collectively known as the Bill of Rights.
- adj. Of or relating to the US Bill of Rights.
- adj. Of or relating to free speech in general.
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This is especially true when one considers that Nuzum was not some kind of obsessive death groupie; his involvement with Gacy stemmed from involvement with an anticensorship group called Refuse and Resist Nuzum is something of a First Amendment fanatic, having written a book titled Parental Advisory: Music Censorship in America.
But Mr. Waldman says he and Mr. Genachowski concluded that "the First Amendment circumscribes the role government can play in improving local news" and that in any case "government is simply not the main player in this drama."
Some First Amendment scholars call the blackouts censorship; NSA refers to them as redactions.
Thurmond, Laxalt, and Orrin Hatch were very helpful in the ensuing melee, but the Democrats clearly smelled Rehnquist’s blood, implying that his memos had titles like “How to Suppress the First Amendment Rights of Antiwar Protesters,” or “Illegal Arrests and Detentions for Fun and Political Profit.”
Liberal judges had further contributed to this moral decay by perverting the First Amendment to mean the separation of church and state, and by validating all sorts of aberrant behavior-particularly abortion and homosexuality-that threatened to destroy the nuclear family.