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Does one have the right to vote?

After twenty years abroad, sporadically voting at presidential elections at the American Consulate, yesterday I received through the mail my voter I.D. card. Local elections for several local offices have just gone by, but I would not have had a clue on who to vote. 792 more words

Your Right to Speak

Sam Hallanger ’18, Student Life/Sports Editor

Every stable democracy is held up with the power of freedom of speech that allows its citizens to voice their opinions and spread their own ideas. 550 more words

OPINION

Discrimination, segregation and the slippery slope of religious 'freedoms' in contemporary Australian society

There is an inherent issue that seems to be plaguing Australia right now. That is, the weighting of a person’s right to their freedom of choice, speech and religious preference, weighed against that of someone’s right to not be discriminated against. 939 more words

Australia

Thought for the day .....

Good Morning and Welcome to Saturday the 11th day of November, 2017.

Today as we should every day think of those brave women and men who gave up their lives for our freedoms. 205 more words

Thought For The Day

Thought For the Day: We Owe Our Freedom To the Military

“It is the soldier, not the reporter, who has given us freedom of the press. It is the soldier, not the poet, who has given us freedom of speech. 89 more words

Thought For The Day

The chains of freedom

We speak glibly about free will, about the four human freedoms of speech, of religion, from want and from fear. For any entity, living or otherwise, we can define “freedom” as being the “unconstrained power to do”. 622 more words

Behaviour