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Guilty until Proven Innocent

As the title suggests the new “norm” in America is a slap in the face to all who cherish the Constitution and all that the founding fathers fought for in establishing this country. 776 more words

Colorado Baker

Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission

The Supreme Court recently heard arguments in the Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Right Commission. I thought these issues had already been decided but I guess I was wrong. 642 more words

Notes From The Undrground

The Day Our Country Was Stolen


L. C. Lyon

How the 14th AmendmentEnslaved Us All Without a Shot Fired

Most Americans would agree that we, as a people, are treated… 3,540 more words


14th Amendment

The issue of millions of undocumented aliens who currently reside in the United States continues to be a major concern of the current administration. The building of a wall which will only keep out mostly people of color speaks volumes about how the president feels about mostly non-English speaking people who as they say are willing to do the hard dirty low wage jobs that most Americans will not do for the wages paid. 170 more words


If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.

St. John chapter 8:36

When you compare our emancipation with the Jewish day of freedom it really makes you wonder.  641 more words

African American

San Francisco Senior Accused Of Petty Crime Fighting $350,000 Bail

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Kenneth Humphrey, a 64-year-old San Francisco resident who has been in jail for four months because he is unable to post $350,000 bail, is taking on the California’s money bail system. 481 more words


A Quick History Lesson

This a little lesson about civil rights that I found on Facebook that everyone should be reminded of when it’s implied that the Democrats have always been virtuous freedom fighters and the Republicans have always been racists. Enjoy!