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Westboro Church, Funeral Picketing, and the First Amendment

Let us imagine we are conversing about the US Constitution’s very important, yet at times misused First Amendment rights. Understandably, it may not, under casual circumstances, be the first topic of which we are instinctually inclined to discuss; but for polemical and educational purposes, it may prove enlightening to examine the Supreme Court’s ruling in Snyder V. 1,010 more words

First Amendment

Legislating the Web: Cyber-Bullying and Online Privacy Rights

Fatimah Atcha

On October 6th, 2012, 16-year-old Amanda Todd committed suicide after almost two years of online harassment. Less than a year later, a 17-year-old Nova Scotia girl… 859 more words

Public Policy

California Attorney General Defends Death Penalty

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California’s attorney general has filed court papers defending the constitutionality of the state’s death penalty.

Attorney General Kamala Harris on Monday urged the 9th U.S. 119 more words

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Attorney General Harris Files Papers Defending Death Penalty's Constitutionality In California

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California’s attorney general filed court papers Monday defending the constitutionality of the state’s death penalty.

Attorney General Kamala Harris urged the 9th U.S. 323 more words

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Obama Vs. Himself on the Constitutionality of Executive Orders

TRUTHstreammedia, Nov 2014

Candidate Obama vs. President Obama on the constitutionality of all these Executive Orders he’s been signing lately including the one on executive amnesty coming tonight. Website: TruthstreamMedia.
Time: 02:19

Tyranny

Obama Vs. Himself On The Constitutionality Of Executive Orders

The following video was produced by Truthstream Media, via alt-market.com

Watch Candidate Obama vs. President Obama on the constitutionality of all these Executive Orders he’s been signing lately, including the one on executive amnesty he announced last night.

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

Why I'm voting AGAINST an Illinois Constitutional Amendment to reduce voter discrimination

PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO ADD SECTION 8 TO ARTICLE III OF THE ILLINOIS CONSTITUTION
ARTICLE III – SUFFRAGE AND ELECTIONS SECTION 8. VOTER DISCRIMINATION

No person shall be denied the right to register to vote or to cast a ballot in an election based on race, color, ethnicity, status as a member of a language minority, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or income. 197 more words

2014 Midterms