License to exercise First Amendment Right

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    Imagine someone yelling "Fire!" in a crowded movie theater, a theater where they are showing shoot outs and car chases.

    Shouldn't the government have the right to pre-screen and license both the shouter and the movie?
     
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    No. Why should it?

    And, would your shouter have to get government approval before shouting "fire" if there really was a fire?
     
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    You're just going to let people shout out dangerous things?

    Really?
     
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    What if someone already shouted "Fire!!" in a theater, is he allowed to do it again?
     
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    This is a silly thread. I'm out.
     

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