Academic: Constitution Censored As 'Confederate Symbol,' Offensive Text Moved To The Back 'Where It Belongs'
Implies printing the Constitution as-written helped cause Charleston
There is only one divide that characterizes human political life, the repeated confrontation between the many and the few.
‘Historical influences that allow sexism to continue’
Where wrong is imposed by abusing the power of government, there is not law but tyranny.
Women, young and minorities strongest supporters of imperial presidency
Would American courts allow Charlie Hebdo? NPR DUDE IS CLUELESS
‘We have tools under the Constitution to stop what the president is trying to do’
It must be nice to be a Democrat, when the media will support you no matter what
David Codrea takes on the relationship between the Second Amendment, Citizen Rebellion and a liberal journalist
‘We’re telling the administration, ‘Don’t even think about doing this”
‘We have our free speech zone’
After Scotland, splitting’s all the rage.
If our representatives have forgotten it, it’s because we’ve failed to hold them accountable.
‘This is the most important issue to Americans in years’
State Policy Leader: 5 Reasons To Be Skeptical Of A New Constitutional Convention
‘I’m really tired of government taking advantage of us’
1-in-5-women-are-raped statistic is untrue, experts say
Administrator: Our policies trump your puny Constitution
‘Consisting of two parts patent falsity’
Court: Prohibiting racism is not racist