Freedom Of The Press Quotes by Herbie Hancock, Mitt Romney, Sebastian Pinera, Che Guevara, Julian Assange, Martina Navratilova and many others.
Jazz to me is the spirit of freedom. I mean real freedom. Freedom to explore. Freedom to express. Freedom to pour out your guts.
Since Castro took power, the Cuban people have been denied basic human freedoms. No freedom of religion, no freedom of the press, no political freedom. And the regime uses brutality and violence to suppress these freedoms and impose its will.
I believe in a real democratic system, with a state of law and freedom of the press. I believe in a free, open-market economy integrated with the world. And I believe in equality of opportunity. Those are my basic beliefs. On top of that, of course, I believe in some moral values.
We must do away with all newspapers.В A revolution cannot be accomplished with freedom of the press.
I’m not a big fan of regulation: anyone who likes freedom of the press can’t be.
In Czechoslovakia there is no such thing as freedom of the press. In the United States there is no such thing as freedom from the press.
We don’t have an Official Secrets Act in the United States, as other countries do. Under the First Amendment, freedom of the press, freedom of speech, and freedom of association are more important than protecting secrets.
A free press can, of course, be good or bad, but, most certainly without freedom, the press will never be anything but bad.
One of the unsung freedoms that go with a free press is the freedom not to read it.
The freedom of speech and the freedom of press, it’s just precious man, it really is.
There are laws to protect the freedom of the press’s speech, but none that are worth anything to protect the people from the press
The freedom of the press should be inviolate.
To newspapers and publishing houses I urge the use of fact over fiction, freedom of the press, and responsibility at all times.
Freedom of the press, freedom of the news media, must be subordinated to the overriding needs of the integrity of Singapore, and to the primacy of purpose of an elected government.
Much as constitutional guarantees of press freedom do little good for prospective publishers if they do not have access to paper or ink, the right to aid in dying is strikingly useless if nobody is willing to help.
As someone who is in awe and grateful every day to be in a country where freedom of the press, free speech and free elections are a way of life, I am wowed, amazed and excited by the opportunity to moderate a 2012 presidential debate.
But now, I, August Comte, have discovered the truth. Therefore, there is no longer any need for freedom of thought or freedom of the press. I want to rule and to organize the whole country.