Senate Forbids Israel Boycott – Is It Constitutional? [Video]

Senate Forbids Israel Boycott – Is It Constitutional?

Is it a free speech/First Amendment issue?

written by daniel mcadams

The first Senate bill of the year has taken on those who seek to boycott Israel over its treatment of Palestinians. In a complicated maneuver, the Senate has voted to allow states to boycott the boycotters.

Is it a free speech/First Amendment issue?

Supporters of the bill say no. Many civil libertarians disagree. We weigh both sides of the argument in today’s Liberty Report:

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(TLB) published this video report from Ron Paul with our thanks to Dr. Paul for this perspective. 


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1 Comment on Senate Forbids Israel Boycott – Is It Constitutional? [Video]

  1. Israel is way out of touch if they think strong arming political conscience in foreign countries is in their best interest

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