Category Archives: Constitution

Religion And The 2020 Election

I find it interesting that most Americans do not see our Democratic presidential candidates as being religious, though most have talked about their relationship with their religion and God. According to a February 27 report by the Pew Research Center, … Continue reading

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Trump Declaring Judaism A Nationality

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The climate of rising anti-Semitism in the U.S. and, more specifically on American college campuses, has more to do with white nationalism than any movement to fight against the Israeli one-state solution. Continue reading

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Firearms and the Ninth Amendment

I subscribe to the website Quora which emails lists of editorials ranging from the environment to science to war. I usually find something that piques my interest. What caught my eye this week is the large number of Op-Eds that concern … Continue reading

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Voter Suppression

The four states have canceled their GOP presidential primaries believing that Donald J. Trump cannot lose. Continue reading

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El Paso and Dayton Massacres

In 2017 nearly 40,000 people died due to gun violence in the United States. To put that into perspective, 50,000 Americans were killed during the 10-year Viet Nam War. Continue reading

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Bladensburg Peace Cross

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The Supreme Court said that the 40-foot, 16-ton Peace Cross, a Latin cross, standing in a Bladensburg, Maryland public park could continue to be displayed. Continue reading

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The Meaning Of Free Speech

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So where is the line drawn as between criticisms of Israel as being a political or an anti-Semitic statement? Continue reading

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Missouri HB 728

The requirement of forcing the naming of the plaintiffs in only Church/State separation cases denies that person or persons equal protection that is given in all other civil law suits. Continue reading

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Teaching Religion In Missouri High School

It is up to the citizens of Missouri to recognize that Christianity is not the sole religion of this state. Continue reading

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Missouri’s 2019 HB274, U.S. Official Motto

As many of my regular readers know, I am an advocate for the absolute separation of church and state. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of God, any god, as a propaganda tool for the United States. … Continue reading

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