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    Yesterday, 01:21 PM
    I like where your heart is, but I think you’re offbase quite a bit. For one, Ben Shapiro is a provocateur. He is a former editor of Breitbart who’s entire genesis into the public sphere is a result of riling up conservatives to his idea that liberals are indoctrinating our nation. You are the first person I have ever heard refer to him as a levelheaded voice in politics, let alone most people. Umfortunately I don’t have time to get into your...
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    Oct 1, 17, 11:51 AM
    I know. That’s never been an issue.
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    Oct 1, 17, 10:59 AM
    I’m well aware but there has never been an issue whether the NFL can discipline. It’s just crazy that the President is trying to direct the league to do so. It’s a subtle distinction, but important. Just because there are consequences doesn’t mean there isn’t a right still there.
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    Sep 30, 17, 06:55 PM
    I understood it completely. A right is a right though. Nobody gave it to you and nobody can take it away. The person yelling the loudest about limiting it IS the government.
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    Sep 30, 17, 05:22 PM
    You absolutely have a constitutional right. Just because you’re working, you don’t lose any constitutional rights. Of course your boss can limit your expression, but the government cannot. Ironically we lose track of the fact the head of the Executive branch of the government keeps stoking the flames by trying to get free speech to be limited.
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