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The Second Bill of Rights

The United States always has been an experiment in democracy.

Not everyone had the freedoms we all have today; and some argue that Americans still don’t. 645 more words

History

BHM 2017 Day 5 -- Going back in Time: The 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments

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Sorry for the delay. Work has been a bear. I wanted to take a few minutes to go back in time and go over the 13th-15th amendments and the miracle of getting them passed. 1,692 more words

Gorsuch and Abortion: Principles or People

On January 31st, Neil Gorsuch was nominated by Trump to fill the ninth seat on the Supreme Court, a seat which has remained empty ever since the death of Justice Antonin Scalia on February 13th, 2016, just 20 minutes shy of one year as I write this… 854 more words

Abortion

This Week on Triogenius: Black History Month

How did Black History Month start? Who were people and organizations that contributed to America? Who is Ron McNair, and what is the McNair scholarship?? 8 more words

History

Passing the 15th Amendment

Opinion writers who say “we’ve never had an incoming president this openly racist and sexist” are not historians, and are not thinking further back than maybe the late 1970s. 171 more words

Why We Fight

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

A Timeline Story

We begin: The Constitution of the United States of America was ratified by all 13 of the original states by 1790.

We add color: 222 more words