In this article written by Josie Timms, argues that freedom of speech should always be acted upon as a human right that enforces change into society. He believes that freedom of speech is an important thing in human society because it shaped and changed past history in many ways, in which of today is seen as an important impact on society. Although, he makes an argument saying that people should be able to voice their own opinions and arguments with others also being critical of it. Timms demonstrates a perspective of journalism in producing articles and global magazine for X Index ( the freedom of expression). He writes many articles upon freedom of expression and global issues. It seems clear that Timms is strongly for freedom of speech because he feels that human society should have the obligation and human right to express and debate their own opinions and ideas without getting in trouble for it.
In this article written by Ray Newman, argues that freedom of speech shouldn't be limited because people should have the right to speak freely upon whatever matter they choose too. He believes that people shouldn't be quiet or censored as long as they know how to freely express their ideas and thoughts in a manner way without being censored. Although, he explains that their should be one limit in freedom of speech which is to yell false warnings in public places. Newman demonstrates a perspective of speaking about ethics, moral and cultural issues in various churches and communities in various states. And is a Pastor in the Macedonia community Baptist church in Georgia. It seems clear that Newman is for freedom of speech because he believes that everyone should voice their own ideas and opinions, even though others might not agree on the opinion or idea. But that's what freedom is all about, voicing your opinion and ideas no matter if it's wrong or right.
In this written opinion of Michael McGough, argues against that hateful speech should be permitted under the 1st amendment. He believes that the only speech that should not be permitted in the 1st amendment is racial slurs that intimidate or threaten someone, and hateful speech that is used in the work place and in educational settings that can be seen as discrimination and a hostile environment. Other than these three reasons he believes that any other hateful speech is permitted because it is protected by the 1st amendment. McGough demonstrates a perspective of writing about law, politics and much more. He's been writing editorials for about 42 years now and has received a masters of studies in law degree. It seems clear that McGough agrees with hateful speech being permitted under the 1st amendment because he believes that some hateful speech should be permitted and protected as long as it doesn't threaten or create a hostile environment for others.
In this article, written by Matthew, believes that their should be some restrictions when it comes to the 1st amendment. He believes that some speech should be restricted when it comes to hateful speech and power of speech. He believes that hateful speech should be restricted because it may be offensive to other groups and can harm individuals in a verbal way. He also believes that power of speech should be restricted because it promotes people who have more power an advantage to overthrow others opinions, which isn't fair. Although, in some places freedom of speech is already prohibited, in certain places like universities and schools, which don't allow their students to have an opportunity to freely speak or debate upon ideas or disagreements. Matthew demonstrates on focusing his understanding as a philosopher who wants to better understand what freedom and religion really means to human society's situation as of today. It seems clear that Matthew wants to restrict certain things that are taken advantage upon the 1st amendment because he feels that harmful speeches and power of speech can verbally hurt or overpower certain groups and individuals in society.
In this article, written by Cliff Maloney, Jr, argues that the students on college campuses should be able to speak freely upon whatever matter they choose to on college grounds. He believes that the students shouldn't be silenced because they have the right to freely debate on whatever matter they choose to on college grounds. However, some universities have restricted this freedom by enforcing policies like "safe spaces" and "free speech zones", which enable students to not freely express their ideas on campuses. Maloney is the executive director of the Young Americans for Liberty, which explains why he is strongly for protecting students rights. This organization fights for students rights to be freely expressed on college grounds. It seems clear to me that Maloney is strictly for protecting students rights to speak on college grounds and debate politics and ideas without getting provoked by the universities and their policies.