Since when is "freedom of expression" not a part of the First Amendment? It disgusts me that people are no longer able to express themselves in a public arena. I've heard stories before of people being ejected from various speeches and appearances of President Bush but I don't know that anyone kicked out has ever been as high profile as the two women mentioned in the above story. I wonder how much it's going to take, how many of our freedoms are going to be trampled on, before we stop being "angry" and actually start taking some action? Apathy is a dangerous thing.
Wednesday, February 01, 2006