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Commentary Ninety-eight: the suffrage of Equal Pay

Author: Shawn Dexter John

The equal pay suffrage argument has been consistent, powerful, and rightfully so.  Its comprehensiveness has always been supported by the most fundamental of our notions on civil liberties, completely supported by the language of the… 1,348 more words


SHARIAH EXPOSED (part 1 of 3)

Americans are a proud patriotic people.  We celebrate our heritage. We draw strength embracing the history of our traditions and culture.  Our history strengthens us even more, making us wiser, prouder and more patriotic when we acknowledge the foresight of the Founding Fathers who used more than just the European traditions and culture to form a New Nation. 294 more words


Susan B. Anthony's Amendment

Day 310 of Colourisation Project – March 13

Challenge: to publish daily a colourised photo that has some significance around the day of publication.

She was the original feminist; an ardent women’s rights campaigner, whose lifelong work helped pave the way for the Nineteenth Amendment to the American Constitution, giving women the… 558 more words


Commentary Eighty-eight: the purpose of the Defense of Marriage protection where to be substantially up-held by an upcoming United States Supreme Court decision

Author: Shawn Dexter John

A more immediate development on the matter of the Defense of Marriage Act provisions will surface in somewhat of a contrast to any expectation which may arise over the Affordable Care Act & its automated social service indoctrination into the ordinary lives of Americans.  1,437 more words


Commentary Eighty-seven: indoctrinating the Affordable Care Act into ordinary human security

Author: Shawn Dexter John

Pardon my bias.  I attest to what I am most gravitated towards and my own investments have established an intellectual perspective which would not dare derail the prerogative of the Affordable Care Act, as the Affordable Care Act is effective and carefully responsive to known contemporary & foreseeable issues of our nation’s people.  1,144 more words

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Gun Laws In America

In the United States of America the legal age at which you can buy a shotgun or rifle is lower than the age at which you can purchase, or have, an alcoholic drink, in the majority of states. 420 more words

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