Fishbowl - Freedom of Speech

You voted and the results are in. We are going to have our next fishbowl about Freedom of Speech.
1)
Work by yourself to research our topic and make a substantive, illuminating, data-rich, fact-filled post. Take a moment to read through your colleagues' posts.
2)
Make a thoughtful comment or ask an insightful question in our classroom fishbowl.
3)Write
a post-debate Editorial about the topic. Here's how you write an Editorial and here's the rubric (PDF) I will use to grade your editorial.

As you research, check out these sites:
You can listen to this fabulous debate about freedom of speech

In Morse v Frederick the Supreme Court ruled 5 to 4 that schools can limit student speech that advocates illegal drug use. The majority opinion held that although students do have some right to political speech even while in school, this right does not extend to pro-drug messages. The majority held that Frederick's message, was reasonably interpreted as promoting marijuana use. In ruling for Morse, the Court affirmed that the speech rights of public school students are not as extensive as those adults normally enjoy, and that the highly protective standard set by Tinker would not always be applied to students.

There's a case on censorship and the internet called ACLU v Reno
Then there's the Westboro Baptist Church: WBC
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