1st Amendment in the Age of Obama

ARCHIVED 2009 – Originally Posted October 24, 2009 by Ellis Washington |WND

The opening five words of the First Amendment, “Congress shall make no law,” represents the central tenets of what the Bill of Rights stands for: limits on government power to limit or compel religious beliefs, the right to hold political opinions and express them, protections for a free press, the right to assemble peaceably and the right to petition the government, through protest or the ballot, for a redress of political grievances.

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