1. Is James Yeager (the guy from the clip) a patriot?
No, even though he thinks he is.
2. How has the definition of American patriotism changed since the second
amendment was drafted in 1791?
Don't really think it has. Basic principle is still the same: a
Is James Yeager (the guy from the clip) a patriot?
I think that James Yeager would view himself as a patriot. I don't think he is.
The actual text of the Second Amendment calls for a well regulated militia. How
that can be confused with, "anyone can own a
1. I feel like although I don't agree with what they are protesting, they cannot be
censored and are technically allowed to do what they are doing under freedom
2. No. I think that if we make something like that against the law there is no
1. Yes, 100%, he believes in the 2nd amendment and is going to stand by it.
2. The world we live in today is a lot different than back in 1791. When the
constitution and bill of rights was past everything was a lot different and
simpler than it is today,
Yes, if the media stops covering them less people will know about
them. It is also possible that they will tone it down because they will
bnot berecieving as much attention. Even though convincing the
media to stop coverign can help, I dont think it will
Thanks for the response Tricia. I get just as upset as you when I hear these
hateful remarks from Westboro babtist church and other organizations
alike. Clearly morality of these groups is questionable. Do you think there is
anyway to keep these groups un
I agree with free speech but I think it should be free speech to an extent. I 100%
think what they do at funerals and other events is ridiculous and should
actually be against the law. I am confused, it seems like your opinions are
conflicting because in