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Fourteenth Amendment update

Today the Supreme Court allowed the Solicitor General to separately participate in oral argument (scheduled for December 9) in Fisher v. Univ. of Texas at Austin… 103 more words

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Eric Foner on Reconstruction

To kick off the D.C. Historical Studies conference, historian Eric Foner spoke to a very full auditorium at the National Archives last night on “Reconstruction and the Fragility of Democracy.” 632 more words

The Witching Hour is Upon Us

No, not Halloween but election time and more importantly, judicial elections. The importance cannot be stressed enough; here is a case in point:

The highest court in New York State ( 566 more words

New at Live Action: Pro-Abortion HuffPo Attack on Ben Carson Completely Fails

Following Dr. Ben Carson’s strong stand for life over the weekend on Meet the Press, the Huffington Post is attacking the presidential candidate with an… 123 more words

CHARLES' PRELIMINARY STATEMENT - Not Bad For 2 novices - Still seeking attorney help


            Article l, Section 13 of the Florida Constitution provides: “The writ of habeas corpus shall be grantable of right, freely and without cost.” This petition for habeas corpus relief is filed to address substantial claims of error under the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution and the corresponding provisions of the Florida Constitution. 151 more words

This Is Very Important To Share

American Research Group: they don’t have authority over the People (their creators) – https://wp.me/pZMlJ-6NZ

The photo above doesn’t necessarily ho along with tge article link as shown, but somehow it does and it should concern you. 69 more words


What Happened on October18th - The Mason-Dixon Line

On October 18, 1767, in order to settle a boundary dispute, Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon complete a survey of the boundary between the colonies of Pennsylvania and Maryland as well as areas that would eventually become the states of Delaware and West Virginia. 438 more words