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Prosecuting the Rights of the Masters

“The very existence of slavery is calculated to produce the worst effects on the temper and morals of the masters.”-Shroud, George M  1795-1875.   It is argued that in our modern day society, no one is a slave and therefore , presumed that no one are masters.   3,519 more words

1st Amendment, What Could Be Simpler?

Q: When did US citizens get the protection of free speech?
A: 1925 (Gitlow v. New York)

Someone once told me that the US Constitution was a timeless blueprint for freedom and liberty. 572 more words

14th Amendment

We Will be Remembered for What We Do and for What We Allow

Friends of Padre Steve’s World,

Over the past couple of weeks I have been pondering the future and as I have stated numerous times I am hoping Donald Trump will succeed as president and also that he will not follow through on some of the very radical ideas that he proposed during his campaign. 771 more words

Political Commentary

Here's What Happened the Last Time Secession Was Attempted

I am going to start straight out and say that California and Oregon have not counted the costs of making such a drastic move as secession. 453 more words

Censoring Language as Offensive Violates the Constitution

American Thinker
By Michael Bargo, Jr. | 3 November 2016

The concept that language and actions should be censored or banned outright by public schools and public spaces because some persons may be offended violates the U.S. 286 more words

Politics

The 14th Amendment, How it Became the Segway to Make John Henry and his Band of Former Slaves Chattel Laborers

When the liberties we take for granted become the lens through which we see our forefather’s disadvantaged struggle, we look at the convenience time continuum has given us and scoff at the path of those who tread the waters we open handedly sip from. 1,063 more words

14th Amendment

She Admits They Are a Person But Denies Them the Most Basic Right to Life

No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any… 130 more words

Culture