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THE BILL OF RIGHTS – FULL TEXT

Amendment I

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances. 558 more words

Cranky Anarchy

Who will own the farm?

Just a few short months ago the voters of North Dakota overwhelmingly defeated a proposed amendment to the state’s constitution which would have set aside funds from the oil boom for conservation projects. 968 more words

From The Cavalier County Republican

Shreya Singhal - A Reiteration or a creation of Vacoule

24.03.2015

Court Number 3 of Supreme Court of India grabbed the attention of entire nation.

A bench constituting Chalmeshwar and Rohinton Nariman JJ., delivered the judgment declaring Section 66A of Information technology Act 2000 ( Amended in 2008) as unconstitutional. 878 more words

Law & Issues

Cannabis Sector Report: Colorado’s $700 Million Year and Constitutionality of Schedule I Classification

Source: The Daily Bell

High Alert Investment Management is pleased to bring you this brief summary of some of the week’s top stories from the burgeoning worldwide cannabis legalization and decriminalization trend. 321 more words

Economy

Sandy Hook Commission Recommendation: Confiscate all Guns that Fire more than 10 Rounds – Who Cares about Constitutionality?

Source: Freedom Outpost, by Tim Brown

Just a little over a week ago the Sandy Hook Commission presented its recommendations to Communist Governor Daniel Malloy (D-CT). 285 more words

2nd Amendment

Westboro Church, Funeral Picketing, and the First Amendment

Let us imagine we are conversing about the US Constitution’s very important, yet at times misused First Amendment rights. Understandably, it may not, under casual circumstances, be the first topic of which we are instinctually inclined to discuss; but for polemical and educational purposes, it may prove enlightening to examine the Supreme Court’s ruling in Snyder V. 1,010 more words

First Amendment