When does the government have the right to make reasonable rules regulating assemblies?
The government has the right to make reasonable rules regulating assemblies if it is necessary to protect against the incitement of violence, or the endangerment of people's lives. The First Amendment gives Americans the right to gather peacefully.
My high school government class has taught me that the government has the right to make reasonable rules regulating your right of assembly because the government wants to keep the public peace. The government can decide when, where, and how assemblies can take place. Government rules must be specific and fairly administered. Government rules must also be neutral. They cannot regulate gatherings based on what might be said.
According to the Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, the original Greek word translated "mental-regulating" at Ephesians 6:4 refers to a process that "seeks to correct the mind, to put right what is wrong, to improve the spiritual attitude." Mental-regulating" also includes formal instruction in God's Word. As with Timothy, such training should begin "from infancy." (2 Timothy 3:15) "Mental-regulating of Jehovah" means regulating our thinking to conform to Jehovah's will.
1. Freedom of Speech, Religion, Press, Assembly, Symbolism 2. Referred to as the "Right to Bear Arms". The right for citizens to possess weapons, the right for states to raise militias. 3. The government may not force a homeowner to house soldiers. If a homeowner consensually, or willingly, houses soldiers, the government must offer them reasonable payment or compensation.
What does he has refused to pass other laws for the accommodation of large districts of people mean?
This charge refers to a grievance that arose because of the British government's fear that the popular assemblies of the colonies were growing too large and powerful as new communities were formed and additional representatives were elected to the assemblies of the colonies. New Hampshire, South Carolina, and New York passed laws allowing for the establishment of new communities with elected representatives to their respective popular assemblies, all of which were disallowed by King George…
The assemblies had gained experience and confidence. The assemblies believed the colonists had a right to representation under their royal charters. The governor frequently could not control the assembly. P.S if you are being asked the exact same question you probably go to Western Christian Academy (Homeschooling program) if not then good luck:)
Which amendment gives the people the right to ask the government to correct any wrongs that have been committed against the people?
Yes First off your question is not stated properly; the South did secede successfully from the Union, though they were never recognized as an independent country by other European countries. But answer to was it "right" for them to secede is the same answer you get when asking if it was "right" for people to leave Britain in search of a new land. Absolutely. The South seceded because of the oppressive government of the United…