KAGAN: “Hate-Speech” Crazy & 1st Ammendment “NEUTRALITY” Nut

The below is from a semi-moderate standpoint. But, for plain English-speaking people like me, she is a BOLSHEVIK MARXIST, OK?

 Now… I don’t know why Media Matters; Burns: “Conservatives Have Nothing” So “They’re Throwing Everything At The Wall” To Attack Kagan Bla Bla Bla are crying their guts out for, they are BOLSHEVIK Marxist-Nazis too.  All of the sudden they are worried about being Kommie-snakes? Please… Hypocrites. The only way you know what someone stands for, is to read their thesis’s. Kagan is an assault on our freedom of speech. She IS a socialist, period: ‘American radicals cannot afford to become their own worst enemies’
–Washington Examiner

communicate shussh “Hate Speech” means NO FREE SPEECH, period.


See a “moderate” synposis:  On then to my own evaluation of the First Amendment articles: I think they’re excellent. I disagree with them in significant ways (this article, for instance, reaches results that differ quite a bit from those suggested by Kagan’s Private Speech, Public Purpose article, see, e.g., PDF pp. 8–9). But I like them a lot. 

The articles attack difficult and important problems (Private Speech, Public Purpose, for instance, tries to come up with a broad theory to explain much of free speech law). They seriously but calmly criticize the arguments on both sides, and give both sides credit where credit is due. For instance, I particularly liked Kagan’s treatment of both the Scalia R.A.V. v. City of St. Paul majority and the Stevens concurrence, in her Changing Faces of First Amendment Neutrality article. 

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Articles in a Periodical
Kagan, Elena. “Presidential Administration,” 114 Harvard Law Review 2245 (2001).
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Kagan, Elena & David Barron. “Chevron’s Nondelegation Doctrine,” 2001 Supreme Court Review 201 (2001).
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Kagan, Elena. “When A Speech Code Is A Speech Code: The Stanford Policy and the Theory of Incidental Restraints,” 29 University of California at Davis Law Review 957 (1996).
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Kagan, Elena. “Private Speech, Public Purpose: The Role of Governmental Motive in First Amendment Doctrine,” 63 University of Chicago Law Review 413 (1996).
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Kagan, Elena. “Confirmation Messes, Old and New,” 62 University of Chicago Law Review 919 (1995) (book review).
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Kagan, Elena. “For Justice Marshall,” 71 Texas Law Review 1125 (1993).      

Kagan, Elena. “A Libel Story: Sullivan Then and Now,” 18 Law and Social Inquiry 197 (1993) (book review).      

Kagan, Elena. “Regulation of Hate Speech and Pornography After R.A.V,” 60 University of Chicago Law Review 873 (1993).      

Kagan, Elena. “The Changing Faces of First Amendment Neutrality: R.A.V. v St. Paul, Rust v Sullivan, and the Problem of Content-Based Underinclusion,” 1992 Supreme Court Review 29 (1992).

2 thoughts on “KAGAN: “Hate-Speech” Crazy & 1st Ammendment “NEUTRALITY” Nut

  1. there will be rino jerk republicans who will give her a yes vote,as well as the libterds and demorats. thats why i am not so crazy about the repubs.

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