Time Magazine : Hating America Week After Week

Time Magazine says Making America Great Again is evil, but getting incredibly rich while losing week after week and hating America is brave.

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10 Responses to Time Magazine : Hating America Week After Week

  1. RAH says:

    I hope everyone here knows by now that Kaepernick did not even bother to register to vote. This PC stuff is toxic to the NFL and they like the progressives are in denial about that fact.

  2. Steve Case says:

    I stopped paying attention to Time magazine years ago. By the time they put out their “Be Worried Very Worried” cover hit the streets, I hadn’t read them for years. That they put Kaepernick on a pedestal and trash Donald Trump tells what they are obviously all about.

    • annieoakley says:

      I never, ever thought I could do one thing about hot, cold, wind wet, dry. So why worry? Got rid of Time 20 years ago as I knew it was lies or propaganda.

  3. DK Rhideat says:

    These people have death wish for mankind.

    There should be a law against spreading incorrect fear (if anybody bothers to panic at what these idiots say.

    • annieoakley says:

      I think showing the Al Gore movie to 6 year old children is child abuse.

    • aeroguy48 says:

      It’s a ‘fake’ website.

    • Gail Combs says:

      “There should be a law against spreading incorrect fear (if anybody bothers to panic at what these idiots say.”

      Actually in the USA that went to the Supreme Court twice.
      Is it legal to shout “fire” in a crowded theater?

      … “shouting fire in a crowded theater” refers to an outdated legal standard. At one point, the law criminalized such speech, which created a “clear and present danger.” But since 1969, for speech to break the law, it can’t merely lead others to dangerous situations. It must directly encourage others to commit specific criminal actions of their own….

      The idea of falsely shouting “fire” in a crowded theater arose from the Supreme Court’s 1919 decision in the case Schenck v. United States. The Court ruled unanimously that the First Amendment, though it protects freedom of expression, does not protect dangerous speech. In the decision, Oliver Wendell Holmes wrote that no free speech safeguard would cover someone “falsely shouting fire in a theater and causing a panic.”….

      …the Supreme Court then heard a case involving a new example of questionable speech, one that modern sensibilities might find more controversial than war protests.

      Charles Brandenburg, a Ku Klux Klan leader, had spoken to group members at a televised Ohio rally. He’d used inflammatory language and racial slurs. He’d called for “revengeance,” which Ohio prosecutors interpreted as a call to violence. This meant, said the prosecutors, that Charles Brandenburg had broken the law.

      A statute, which the state had enacted the same year as the Schenck decision, criminalized the advocacy of crime or violence. The victims of any possible crime this speech incited would face even clearer danger than patrons fleeing a crowded theater.

      Yet Brandenburg claimed the First Amendment protected his speech. His appeal reached the Supreme Court, and the Court agreed with him, in contrast with the earlier Schenck decision. Advocacy, even when it encourages law-breaking, helps the marketplace of ideas, ruled the Court. Had Brandenburg instructed followers to commit a specific crime, he’d have committed a number of offenses himself. But the First Amendment protects speech that merely advocates general, indefinite illegal action.

      With that ruling, the Court overturned the Schenck decision that had introduced “shouting fire in a crowded theater.” No longer was “clear and present danger” a sufficient standard for criminalizing speech. To break the law, speech now had to incite “imminent lawless action.”…

  4. Andy DC says:

    I canceled my subscription to Time a long time ago.

    I had wanted to subscribe to the Washington Post for the sports section, but cannot force myself to do so. Not after seeing 100% vicious Trump bashing, 100% of the time. Plus all of their global warming hysteria and shameless lying.

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