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Free Speech Isn't Always a Right

The freedom of speech aspect is something that we as Americans cherish, but often we forget that freedom is not without limitations.

As the First Amendment to our Constitution reads: 725 more words

General Commentaries Regarding The State Of Education And Government

History of America's One Percent - Episode #17

In this podcast series we dive into the long and shadowy history of America’s ruling elite through the works of authors who were either silenced, suppressed, or forgotten, to discover the origins of the 1% and from where their power and wealth was, and still is, extracted. 1,344 more words

Gustavus Myers

SCOTUS and gay marriage; In A World Gone Rogue

When I started typing this, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) was hearing  arguments for and against gay marriage.  This comes at a time when those who don’t support gay marriage are under fire for what many, mainly in the LGBT community, claim to be bigotry or intolerance (see my previous… 800 more words

Same-Sex Marriage And Police Brutality Are Hot Topics In Alabama (Revision)

Several Alabama judges refuse to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples despite Supreme Court ruling. Meanwhile, a grandfather is assaulted by police in Madison County. 637 more words

Sunday news round-up: April 27th - May 3rd

Top Story: Rioters in Baltimore protest the massacre of black people: Mass acts of civil disobedience have begun in Baltimore, after yet another black man died in police custody. 505 more words

Sunday News Round-up