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"An Affirmative Right": Adding The Right To Vote To The Constitution

The Bill of Rights, as the name implies, lists a wide variety of privileges of citizenship that cannot be taken from Americans without due process. You have the right to free speech, you have the right to bear arms, you have the right to a fair trial, etc. 1,148 more words

Republicans

President Obama On Mid-Terms: This Isn't About My Feelings Being Hurt

President Barack Obama joined Rev. Al Sharpton on the “Keepin’ It Real With Rev. Al Sharpton” radio show to discuss why African Americans, who skew heavily Democrat, cannot afford to sit out this year’s election. 454 more words

Nation

A Good Democrat...

Remember…

“A good democrat votes often as well as from the dead.”

“Voter ID laws disenfranchise those who work hard to disenfranchise the legal voter through duplicity and illegal actions (us).” 32 more words

Democrats

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Georgia Teen Files $12.5M Lawsuit Against Waycross Police

Georgia teenager Montre Merritt has filed a $12.5 million lawsuit against the city of Waycross alleging that he was wrongfully arrested and brutalized at the hands of Waycross police officer Cory Gay. 324 more words

National

Liberals Freak Out Over Texas Voter Identification Requirements: “Discriminatory Law”

Last week the U.S. Supreme Court gave Texas the go-ahead to enforce voter identification laws at the polls. The court rejected an emergency request from the Justice Department and civil rights group to overturn the law with a majority of Justices on the court siding with Texas. 641 more words

Government

How Will Supreme Court’s Ruling On Texas Law Affect Black Voters?

The United States Supreme Court upheld Texas’ voter ID law. As a result of the ruling, 600,000 registered voters, mostly Black and Hispanic, may be disenfranchised because they lack the proper form(s) of identification. 90 more words

NewsOne Now

How Will Supreme Court’s Ruling On Texas Law Affect Black Voters?

The United States Supreme Court upheld Texas’ voter ID law. As a result of the ruling, 600,000 registered voters, mostly Black and Hispanic, may be disenfranchised because they lack the proper form(s) of identification. 90 more words

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