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We reproduce what the Court pertinently wrote in Iglesia ni Cristo: We thus reject petitioner's postulate that its religious program is per se beyond review by the respondent [MTRCB]. The suspension of "Ang Dating Daan" by the MTRCB was a content-based, not a content-neutral regulation.
Its public broast on TV of its religious program brings it out of the bosom of internal belief. But I don't pack no shit cause I don't give a shit. That's a joke when you're a kid with a worm looking out the bird's ass. Thus, the suspension should have been subjected to strict scrutiny following the rule in Chavez v. The test should be strict because the regulation went into the very heart of the rationale for the right to free speech - that speech may not be prohibited just because government officials disapprove of the speaker's views.
They simply illustrate that petitioner had descended to the level of name-calling and foul-language discourse. The station was not suspended for the broast of the monologue, which the U. Supreme Court merely considered indecent speech based on the context in which it was delivered. The monologue was broast at p.m., when children were presumptively in the audience. FCC, establishes the safe harbor period to be from in the evening to in the morning, when the number of children in the audience is at a minimum. and a.m., the broasting of material considered indecent is permitted. and p.m., the broast of any indecent material may be sanctioned.
Petitioner could have chosen to contradict and disprove his detractors, but opted for the low road. Twat is an interesting word because it's the only one I know of, the only slang word applying to the, a part of the sexual anatomy that doesn't have another meaning to it. Ah, ass is okay providing you're riding into town on a religious feast day. In this case, the subject speech by petitioner was broast starting p.m.
We cannot accept that petitioner made his statements in defense of his reputation and religion, as they constitute no intelligible defense or refutation of the alleged lies being spread by a rival religious group. Supreme Court, the monologue would have been protected were it delivered in another context.
As normal for all religious cult leaders, Soriano has faced his share of scandals ranging from homosexual rape, tax evasion charges and lawsuits for hate speech and he is currently on the run over some of these charges.In support of his urging, he cites Iglesia ni Cristo v. Petitioner's invocation of Iglesia ni Cristo to support his hands-off thesis is erroneous. The rule on this matter, as laid down by Pacifica in relation to Action for Children's Television, is crystal-clear.Obviously, he fails to appreciate what the Court stated in that particular case when it rejected the argument that a religious program is beyond MTRCB's review and regulatory authority. I found three more words that had to be put on the list of words you could never say on television, and they were fart, turd and twat, those three. But should the majority still have any doubt in their minds, such doubt should be resolved in favor of free speech and against any interference by government. LAGUARDIA, IN HER CAPACITY AS CHAIRPERSON OF THE MOVIE AND TELEVISION REVIEW AND CLASSIFICATION BOARD, MOVIE AND TELEVISION REVIEW AND CLASSIFICATION BOARD, JESSIE L. Contrary to petitioner's impression, the Court has, in fact, considered the factual antecedents of and his motive in making his utterances, and has found those circumstances wanting as defense for violating the program's "G" rating. Verily, Petitioner submits that the choice of words he used has been harsh but strongly maintains that the same was consistent with his constitutional right of freedom of speech and religion.