The freedom I enjoy most is the Freedom of Speech. I enjoy this freedom the most because I, as an American, have the right to express my feelings or opinions on any subject, and not get into any major trouble for doing so. This freedom comes from the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights.
In other countries such as North Korea or Cuba that are communist countries, a citizen would not have the right to express their feelings about anything, political or not. If America was a communist country, I would not be able to have any opinions of my own, at least I would not be able to verbalize or express them in any way. For example, if I thought the government did something wrong, I would have to be quiet and live with it, never uttering a thing because if I did, I could be punished. I think this would be very bad and stink a lot. In some countries, the punishment for expressing my opinion about anything against the government, includes possibly being put into prison, or even killed.
Thankfully, in America, we as citizens have the right to state our opinions about any “every day” issues. We can talk freely to our friends and neighbors or speak freely in front of a group of people. Since I am able to speak freely, I can express my opinions on anything. This includes speaking about things such as government, laws, religion, or any other issues. This means that if I disagreed with a law I would be able to speak to many people about my disagreement and no one could tell me that I cannot share my opinion.
Exceptions to this freedom include not hurting others or lying. If I knowingly say things that are false about another, I may be sued in a court-of-law. The Supreme Court requires the government provide substantial justification for the interference with the right of free speech where it attempts to regulate the content of the speech. The Supreme Court has also recognized that the government may prohibit some speech that may cause a...