Over 200 years ago, our nation’s Founding Fathers sat down and laid out what would become the most important document in American history. The United States Constitution was the foundation for the greatest nation in the world. At the top of that constitution, one of the most fundamental rights of our country was born — the First Amendment, which gifted the American people with the rights to, among other things, freedom of speech and of the press. While we often take it for granted, this right is not guaranteed in other countries around the world. It is a right that should be cherished and preserved. However, right now, in a society plagued by “cancel culture” and hyper partisanship, we are slowly watching that freedom be threatened.While American presidents have always had a prickly relationship with the press, former President TrumpDonald TrumpGeorgia secretary of state opens investigation into Lin Wood over illegal voting allegations Schiff lobbying Newsom to be appointed California AG: reports Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick lies in honor in Rotunda MORE changed the way society viewed the media and, in turn, the media became a distrustful entity to many citizens. Almost daily, our 45th president berated members of the… Read full this story
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