"Freedom to publish means freedom for all and not for some. Freedom to publish is guaranteed by the constitution but freedom to continue to prevent others from publishing is not."
by:
Justice Hugo L. Black
(1886-1971) US Supreme Court Justice
Source:
One Man’s Stand For Freedom, 1963
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not shooting the messenger, a wiki something comes to mind, hmmm Try to read it in its entirety in the US, ouch, you can't
 -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    The world is getting real small.All true, i quess they should have been more carefull, in thier communications, cause the blame lies with an agency, like the CIA or one of them. for letting the info out. the man who posted it, was doing news. its a close call, none of it said anything about current troop movement, so it did not endanger our boys. this quote is VERY thought involking.
     -- Kimo, lahiana     
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    Freedom for all means freedom for you and for me. The Feds need to keep their controlling mittens off of the internet.
     -- J Carlton, Calgary     
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    The internet may yet fall under the government's control to regulate. If that is the case, Talk radio, television and the printed word is not far behind. Venezuela comes to mind.
     -- Carol, Georgia     
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