“Better to Remain Silent and be Thought a Fool, Than to Speak and Remove all Doubt”

By Alan Sexton, Green Mountain Scribes While we might not always agree with the rhetoric or expressions of others, as Americans, our intrinsic right to speak and otherwise express freely is nonetheless protected from governmental censorship within the First Amendment to the painstakingly created, ingenious, and timelessly applicable Constitution of the United States. This begs…