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Free Speech

The First Amendment to the United States Constitution prohibits the making of any law that infringes on the freedom of speech or freedom of the press. This is an important rule that restricts the government from suppression of ideas. However, the constitution can only control the government and speech continues to be restricted in society under the guise of political correctness. For some reason, people assume that other people are not allowed to offend them or disagree with them.

April 24

In April 24th, 1915, approximately 250 Armenian Revolutionary Federation leaders and high ranking officers were arrested for their roles in the siege and capture of Van, an Ottoman city and their attempt to hand the city over to the Russians (Allies) during desperate hours of the Russian invasion of Ottoman Turkey in World War I.

The Armenian National Committee of America is a political organization created by Armenian-Americans in the United States, that focuses on politicians and local representatives to enact Armenian Genocide resolutions (almost forcing people to accept their version of history) against the Turkish-American community. They are the largest Armenian-American group and so they work with local chapters, lobbyists, and politicians to promote their malicious ideology.