Bill of Rights with The Freedom Four
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Bill of Rights with The Freedom Four

First Amendment: It guarantees the right to freedom of speech. Say what you want and you won’t be detained. What we need for keeps is my right to say… say… Second Amendment: The right to bear arms. And keep a regulated militia in case the government gets bad… bad… (See? That was the end of […]

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Bill of Rights by Shmoop

The Bill of Rights, a la Shmoop: If the Bill is wrong, I don’t want to be Right. The first ten amendments to the US Constitution are commonly referred to as the Bill of Rights. This is a bill that actually won’t give your parents a headache. Things like “Freedom of Speech,” “The Right to […]

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Language Rights Support Program (LRSP)
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Language Rights Support Program (LRSP)

Language Rights Support Program PADL-LRSP Welcome to the Language Rights Support Program, the LRSP. As Canadians, you have constitutional language rights relative to both official languages which are English and French. We’re here to give you information and promote these rights. To access these rights, you must first know what they are. Constitutional language rights […]

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Discussion underway to restore voting rights
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Discussion underway to restore voting rights

PRISON. MICHELLE: WESH 2’S KELSI THORUD WAS AT THE MEETING. SHE HAS MORE FROM SAINT MARK A.M.E. ORLANDO. KELSI: MOST OF THIS TOWN HALL WAS FOCUSED ON AMENDMENT 4, THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PASSED BY FLORIDA VOTERS LAST YEAR TO RESTORE VOTING RIGHTS TO MOST PEOPLE AFTER THEY GET OUT OF PRISON. THAT AMENDMENT IS NOW […]

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What is Social Justice?
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What is Social Justice?

Try this at your next party. Ask your guests to define the term Social Justice. Okay, it’s not Charades or Twister, but it should generate some interesting conversation, especially if your guests are on the political Left. Since everyone on that side of the spectrum talks incessantly about social justice, they should be able to […]

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