freedom of speech

Reader Input: Majority’s rights reduced further

The recent decision on campaign financing is an excellent example of the “tyranny of the few” under the guise of First Amendment rights protection which equates politic ...

Another View: The medium may evolve, but the message remains

This week is designated as National Newspaper Week. Many of you might be thinking, “So what? What does that mean to me?” It’s a fair question. If you are reading ...

Reader Input: Speak up against hate

I am, also, offended by the hate propaganda displayed at the Auburn Post Office referred to in today’s letter by Ms. (Leslye) Janusz (“Don’t confuse president wit ...

Why surprise at sticker reaction?

I am amused by several recent letters concerning reactions to political bumper stickers ("Have the courage to sign your name," Reader Input, Sept. 28); ("Freedom of speech on I-80, ...

Freedom of speech on I-80

My wife and I were driving east on I-80 in the three-lane section near Rocklin when a giant SUV pulled up next to our driver’s side door. The driver beeped his horn to catch ou ...

Reader backs Kansas teen

A Kansas teen recently posted a comment on twitter about Gov. Sam Brownback and has been targeted and demanded for an apology. It says right in the Constitution that any American ...

Stop stealing tea party signs

I live in Loomis and have joined the Loomis Tea Party Patriots. I believe that our governments are on the wrong course — local to Washington D.C. I have been working in our boo ...

Freedom of speech uncovers truth

I think it’s great that the LaRouche PAC set up a booth in Downtown Auburn, (Journal, Sept. 8). It’s truly a testament to the ideals our country was founded on — liberty al ...

Freedom of speech is gone

When liberty is lost freedom of speech is the first victim. In our community a couple’s last wishes are being ignored because a man voiced opinions that he believed were based ...