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Archive for March 12th, 2012

Justice Dept. Objects to New Texas Voter ID Law

Justice Dept. Objects to New Texas Voter ID Law

CAMPAIGN TRAIL, NEWSROOM AMERICA The Justice Department's civil rights division on Monday opposed a new Texas law that requires voters to produce a photo ID before casting a ballot because many of the state's Hispanics don't have state-issued identification. Texas followed South Carolina in implementing the new law as a way to reduce voter [...]

“Fundamental Questions of Fairness,” Part 2

“Fundamental Questions of Fairness,” Part 2

BY CARL L. BANKSTON III Previously, I discussed the new statistical findings of the Department of Education that rediscover the differences among racial and ethnic groups in discipline rates. More suspensions and expulsions among blacks and Hispanics than among whites and Asians, according to Secretary Arne Duncan and his associates, raise [...]

An Administration Gone Rogue

An Administration Gone Rogue

Texas Straight Talk with Ron Paul Have certain parts of the Constitution become irrelevant, as a former Republican leader once told me at a Foreign Affairs Committee hearing? At the time, I was told that demanding a Congressional declaration of war before invading Iraq, as Article I Section 8 of the Constitution requires, was unnecessary and [...]

David O. McKay on Citizenship Education

David O. McKay on Citizenship Education

Called Unto Liberty, 20th Century Sermons, David O. McKay Education for citizenship requires more emphasis upon the advantages and blessings of the American Way of Life . . . . why should we not see to it that every child in America is taught the superiority of our Constitution and the sacredness of the freedom of the individual? . . . God and [...]

Lincoln Sees Evidence of Conspiracy—1858

Lincoln Sees Evidence of Conspiracy—1858

Liberty Letters, Abraham Lincoln We cannot absolutely know that all these exact adaptations are the result of preconcert. But when we see a lot of framed timbers, different portions of which we know have been gotten out at different times and places and by different workmen ... and when we see these timbers joined together and see they exactly [...]

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