This article details how people are taking to the streets to resist the US’ new president and his policies, but states and the federal government have begun to pass new laws to restrict protests. States like North Dakota have proposed passing bills that would allow regular people to run over protesters and be free of any punishments. This article then details how the public, and some speakers from the UN, argued that the new legislation was unethical as it infringed on the freedom of speech from the public. This article fails, however, to pick a side over whether or not the restrictions that are being imposed by the republicans are moral or not. This article merely tells both sides of the argument without picking a side.
This article is about the issue over people wanting to protest Trump’s inauguration right in front of his hotel, but many of the space in ‘prime spots’ had not been allowed for the general public to be on. PIC (Presidential Inauguration Committee) is responsible for distributing the land and it had not included a plot of land for protesters to be on. Protesters have sued with the intent to have prime spots for inauguration day to protest against Trump and his policies. This article does not present any bias towards either side of the argument, it simply presents things and states them the way that they are.
This article talks about how people that are waiting to protest in front of Trump’s hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue during inauguration day may not be able to because of Trump’s ownership of the street, allowing Trump to moderate who can and cannot be on the street. The public is arguing that Trump should not have the authority to moderate who can and cannot be on the street. This article also fails to pick a side over the issue, it simply states the two conflicting viewpoints about the issue. This article simply states the two arguments being expressed on the issue.
This article from The Intercept details how Republicans in office are looking to impose greater fines and punishments on people that decide to protest the current administration. This article also mentions how many argue that the new punishments are excessive and will encourage people to not protest at all. This article does not demonstrate a clear inclination towards being either biased towards a liberal or conservative point of view. This article is simply stating the two different sides of the argument and fails to pick whether one or the other is more justified.