Talk Story for Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Roy Yamagata, Water safety officer, Po‘ipu tower

The right to bear arms or the right to free speech. But for me personally, it would be the freedom of religion.

Travis Ramirez, Snorkel man, Nukumoi Surf Co.

Freedom of religion because so often people around the world are persecuted for their beliefs.

Adam Herman, Civics teacher, Outer Banks, N.C.

Freedom of speech. We can say what we want without fear of prosecution, and that makes us who we are.

Elle O’Connell, Proprietor, The Wine Shop

Freedom of speech because everything else can be changed by people coming together and speaking freely.


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