PART 1. The 1st Amendment to the Constitution talks about personal freedoms and basic rights of all men in the generic sense. The first right is freedom of speech. However, with this right some may abuse the rights of other people. Freedom of speech includes art and literature which expresses personal ideas, educates, and allows for individuality. But sometimes people create items or write books that are offensive to the majority of the public, such as using profanity, sexually explicit, sacrilegious, and/or violent material. The next freedom is religion. With this freedom people are allowed to express their personal beliefs in the form of worship. However, with this freedom some have tried to force their ethics onto others who do not hold on to the same moral system. The 1st Amendment also gives freedom to the media in order for the people to know about their surroundings. But some media offers biased information and will only tell one side of the story or things we call tabloids print things that really aren’t the truth. If people control the media then the government can not stop all the truth from getting out. Petitioning the government and assembling by the people are also protected by the 1st Amendment.
-20 to -15 Anarchist
-14.5 to -7 Individualist (Liberal)
-6.5 to 6.5 Centrist
7 to 14.5 Federalist (Conservative)
15 to 20 Totalitarian