Sources: The Supreme Court [PDF], 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals [PDF]
quote: The n-word, for example, is permanently associated with hate.
quote: By not saying nigger, but just referring to it, you're making sure it stays associated with hate.
quote: IMO, they are ignorant. That's why.
quote: I will always associate it with hate.
quote: I don't think that nigger means slave, but it was never said to someone in the past (white talking to black) in a positive way, and was just meant as a put down.
quote: the mainstream broadcasters can now move into the pornography business legally. It will be soft porn in the beginning with hard core porn following in a few years. That is all.
quote: That is how it will happen. It has happened before, and it will happen again.
quote: Unacceptable: You are fucking beautiful and I love you with all my heart. Perfectly okay: I hate you and I hope your children die of cancer.
quote: gnorance has permeated the society and we are so deep in f$@&$&@ing s@&$t that We think of it as civility and try to connect to it to our most noble ideas like Freedom.
quote: The U.S. Federal Communications Commission and its enforcement of anti-obscenity laws
quote: I for one don't want my kids seeing/hearing obscene material on TV.
quote: - Americans (and Canadians) are inexplicably hung up on profanity.
quote: The more profanity is restricted, the more attractive it is to both entertainers and audiences.
quote: I believe as others that the first Amendment was put in to specifically protect offensive speech since non-offensive speech would not be objected to.
quote: Before the Revolutionary War writers like Thomas Payne could be imprisoned for their writings denouncing the British government or advocating revolution.