You have the ability to speak your mind.
You have a voice, even if you don’t know how to say it.
You can make your own rules about what you say and what you don’ t say.
And in the process, you may be taking advantage of the laws of the land.
But if you have the capacity to express your own opinions, you are taking advantage, too.
That’s because in a democracy, you must be able to say what you mean.
If you want to express yourself, you have to be able tell your fellow citizens how you feel.
The Constitution of the United States makes that clear.
And the First Amendment to the Constitution of New York guarantees you that right.
It says, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press.”
So what does it mean to be a person with a voice in a public space?
The answer is that it means that you have a right to speak, and you have that right to not speak.
The First Amendment of the Constitution states that we have the right to be free from government censorship, or what we might call a gag order.
And that means that the government has the right — even if it has no reason to believe that your words or ideas are harmful to them or the government — to shut down speech.
The First Amendment protects the right of citizens to have a fair chance to speak in the public square, even though the government may have the authority to ban you from speaking at a particular event.
The reason that we need to protect the right that we do have to speak is because we live in a time when we are being bombarded with a constant barrage of misinformation and propaganda.
It is not only being used to control and manipulate our minds.
It’s being used, in many ways, to control our bodies and minds.
And it’s being done by people who are paid to spread misinformation.
And what we have to do is make sure that we are protecting the First and the First-Amendment rights of people who speak out against what they see as a dangerous and dangerous situation in our country.