The home leads to your family. The school leads to your destination. The church leads to your destiny. Your intellect leads to knowing what is true and right, and what is false and wrong. Your free will leads to choosing or deciding whether to do or not to do what you know is right or what you know is wrong. Your freedom leads to exercising your personal inherent right to do what is right, what is moral and what is legal in accordance with your nature, such as the freedom to live and the freedom to believe in God.
Freedom of the press or expression is your personal right to report or express only what you know is true and factual as essentially contradistinguished from free will of the press or free will of expression, which is your personal choice or decision to report or to express either what you know is true and factual or what you know is false and fictitious, a personal choice between what is right and what is wrong, what is good and what is evil. A media man may have the free will to tell a lie and deceive the public, but he does not have the freedom to do it.
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