Freedom Of Speech Quotes by Mark Henry, Vladimir Lenin, Benjamin Franklin, Markwayne Mullin, Vinnie Paul, Jim Jefferies and many others.
I believe in freedom of speech. I believe people have the right to say whatever they want to say. As long as they’re ready to own what they say. Because there’s a price to pay when you say something that’s against the grain that is not correct.
When one makes a Revolution, one cannot mark time; one must always go forward–or go back
Freedom of speech is the great bulwark of liberty; they prosper and die together: And it is the terror of traitors and oppressors, and a barrier against them. It produces excellent writers, and encourages men of fine genius.
The fundamentals that founded our great nation included the freedom of speech and religion.
Honestly, this country was built on freedom of speech and freedom of expression, and when you can no longer do that, then it is no longer based on that, you know.
I wouldn’t perform in front of the Nazis. I hear they didn’t take freedom of speech too well. It would be a fun gig to rip into them, but I don’t think the ending would be great for me.
The only way to make sure people you agree with can speak is to support the rights of people you don’t agree with.
I’m for the freedom of expression, given that it will be under strict control.
Problems in our country haven’t been caused by Donald Trump, America and its ambitions or CIA spies. Our problems are rooted in a bad government system, the lack of free elections, independent courts and freedom of speech.
I believe in freedom of speech. And I believe that spending on political campaigns is a form of political speech that is protected under the constitution.
I no longer believe in freedom of speech.
The Libertarian position on the freedom of speech is a strong support of freedom of speech, and we oppose government intervention in controlling what is or is not moral.
The androcentric, patriarchal cultures, whatever you want to call it, are quite new. So, every economic statement should start with reproduction, not production. Every statement for human rights ought to include reproduction as a basic human right, like freedom of speech.
Freedom of speech doesn’t mean freedom from judgement.
If you look at one of the basic underlying tenets of liberty, it’s freedom of speech, freedom of expression, freedom to access of information. If we start sequestering that and blocking it off, you’re going to have pockets around the world that are going to become more and more isolated.
Freedom of speech is a great thing and we have said nothing that is not allowed.
The relevant part of the First Amendment here prohibits the making of any law, quote, “abridging the freedom of speech.” And it’s pretty well-established that speech comes in many forms.