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Thursday, August 16th, 2018



Bears and Arizona on a Monday night! Whoa! Bears also open and close the season against Green Bay.

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It goes without saying, but it sure looks like 16-0, my friends. Da Bears!

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  • <span class="anon-comment-author">PV</span>

    Unfortunately, I have to disagree with you–I say unfortunately, coz it indirectly defends the rights of these protesters that, I think in the opinion of most, are dumb bad people.

    But I don’t think yelling protests at a funeral, no matter how hateful, presents a ‘clear and present danger,’ which I believe is the test in 1st Amendment cases, from which test was born the examples of yelling fire in a theater or bomb in an airplane.

    Now, yes, slurring people publicly may incite some people to act, but I don’t think it would pass as ‘clear and present’ the way that yelling fire does, because yelling fire would clearly inspire a rampaging exit that would be a present and immediate danger.

    The one quote hit it on the head, protecting this country means defending the very right to decry it.

    And so the bad gets taken with the good.


  • http://chicagozoner.blogspot.com <a href="http://chicagozoner.blogspot.com" rel="nofollow">The Zoner</a>

    It’s not solely about about clear and present danger; the constitution says it cannot inhibit “…the right of the people peaceably to assemble”. They are hardly peaceful. I would guess we can easily draft something that would make private certain elements of funerals or certain boundaries.

    It can also be defined as “speech that may incite, urge, counsel, advocate, or importune the commission of criminal conduct; other expression, such as picketing, demonstrating, and engaging in certain forms of –symbolic– action may either counsel the commission of criminal conduct or itself constitute criminal conduct.” They are certainly doing that. Not to mention decency and hate crime laws.

    The 1st is very vague. The government could enact legislation to protect these very people spewing the hate from themselves. Because sooner or later something very bad will happen.

  • http://www.tommarker.blogspot.com <a href="http://www.tommarker.blogspot.com" rel="nofollow">Tom Marker</a>

    Ever since Indiana passed a law that requires such protesters to stay a certain distance, there have been threats of protests but so far none carried out. Gov. Danials has ordered extra security at every soldier’s funeral, including swat teams and snipers.

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