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Boyler’s attorney reminds us that “[t]he only speech that needs to be protected is unpopular speech.” But there are limits to what you can say. The Editorial Board of The New York Times recently sided with those who would restrict speech tending toward hate and bigotry. In discussing the May 3 shootings in Garland, Texas, the Times opined that it was “clear that the Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest … was not really about free speech. It was an exercise in bigotry and hatred posing as a blow for freedom.”
In 1964, Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart famously said of impermissibly obscene speech, “I know it when I see it.” In the social media-saturated 21st century, where people can read and see almost anything, who decides what “it” is? Facebook’s Community Standards policy warns that Facebook restricts speech
The Root Live: Bring It to the Table shines a light on mental illness.
The quote “It takes a village to raise a child” has never been more relevant than it is today. I call on every black woman to commit to doing away with the damaging notions of the “strong black woman” that prevent us from seeking the help we so deserve. Let’s acknowledge that we are breakable and that it’s OK to ask for help when we need it. Let’s all rally together—fathers, sons, brothers and uncles included—to push for policies and programs that empower girls of color, girls who are full of aspirations, potential and hope. Their continued abandonment will only serve to undermine the well-being of our entire community. We owe it to our daughters, nieces, sisters, granddaughters, neighbors and students to advocate on their behalf, make room at the table for their voices and help them reimagine their role in
If the man is serious about marrying you and not just stringing you along, he’s put some thought into what he needs to have in place in order to do so. Maybe it’s a certain amount in savings, maybe it’s a down payment for a home, or maybe it’s a list of things he wants to do as a technically single man. Whatever it is, you need to know his goal and, more important, whether he is actively working toward it. That will tell you how soon, if ever, he plans to propose.
An estimated 15 million Americans have food allergies, including 1 in every 13 children. Every three minutes, someone is rushed to the emergency room for an allergic reaction to a food allergy.
Nearly 90 percent of food-allergic reactions are caused by milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, wheat, soy, and shellfish. With the prevalence of food allergies, can you be held liable if someone has an allergic reaction to your food products?
This page contains a single entry by Christopher Coble, Esq. published on May 26, 2015 12:07 PM.
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