The First Ammendment to the U.S. Constitution

In part, the 1st Ammendment to the Constitution of the United States of America reads:

Congress shall make no law—abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble

The amendment is part of the original Bill of Rights for the American people.  it is a vital piece of who we are and what we have fought for.

What we yearn to preserve.

Often it seems that we ask our local police to enforce local ordinances, charters etc that politicians have implemented in trying to get around this very critical piece of our 1st Ammendment.

The 1st Ammendment not only guarantees our right to speak and assemble freely, it REQUIRES our governments not to pass any law that conflicts with that right.

If I want to assemble with like-minded people at noon on Monday or at 4 am on Friday, under the Constitution I can do so.

Yet, many jurisdictions have passed local laws saying that I cannot.  And then they pay their police to enforce these unconstitutional pieces of crap local ordinances.

We, the people, must tell our federal politicians that we will remove them from office if they fail to do their job and enforce our 1st Ammendment rights.