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Trump Targets ‘Ridiculous’ Right To Citizenship For Anyone Born In U.S.

This isn’t the first time the president has said he was looking to end birthright citizenship, which is granted by the 14th Amendment.


-Huffington Post; 8/21/2019

US Constitution Series 20: Majority Rule, Minority Rights vs. Radical Ideologies

US Constitution Series 20:

Majority Rule, Minority Rights vs. Radical Ideologies

Majority Rule tends toward moderation in elections. Although the Founders instituted Majority Rule for practical reasons, perhaps a bonus is to protect us from dangers of radical ideologies that are dangerous to the very freedoms safeguarded in the Constitution.

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Federal judge rules in favor of pro-life college students vs. California State University

During the 2016-2017 academic year, the Students for Life chapter at California State University (CSU)–San Marcos planned to have an event featuring a pro-life professor from North Carolina. 238 more words


History of the United States Podcast Episode 54: Ratification part 3

And here we are! At the end of the ratification process for the new US Constitution. The big fish of Virginia and New York finally get in on the process and little Rhode Island proves to be a difficult outlier. 24 more words

US History

Venomous column signals bent of Republic’s new ownership 

The steady decline of the Hillary-endorsing Arizona Republic appears to have exacerbated with its recent acquisition by Gatehouse. The newspaper was actually founded in 1890 as the… 399 more words


A disarmed citizenry is an enslaved one

Some liberal clergy members protested outside of Senator Mitch McConnell’s office on August 6 demanding him to enact federal gun control legislation in light of this past weekend’s mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton. 627 more words