The Right to Anonymity Speech

The Right to Anonymity Speech - Garland D. Jones The Right...

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Garland D. Jones The Right to Anonymity Speech I feel as an American citizen, that the right to anonymity is essential. We as people keep secrets and are brief about the facts all the time with others. We tend to carry on our conversations and our way of life on a need to know bases. So anonymity with our selves and others is a natural thing. But when it comes to the right of anonymity within the government, I feel that there is no right. I strongly feel that the government needs to let its citizens know everything that is going on within the walls of the Senate, to the White House. The right of secrecy is not an option when it comes down to our money, safety and security. Our government doesn’t inform us about our money/ tax dollars that they take away from our paychecks and purchases. They constantly take and take but for what? It clearly isn’t to pay back the billions of dollars of debt we are in. But it is used for so- called tracking terrorist through tapping Americas phone lines and other unneeded
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2011 for the course PET 3822 taught by Professor Keys during the Spring '11 term at FIU.

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