Ethical Theories applied to capital punishment: is it wrong to kill killers?
This article discusses the criminalization of marijuana or hemp in 1937 and the results of that legislation. I introduces some of the least known reasons for this bill and describes why big oil and steel lead the way.
Unfortunately, in the history of human life, the question begs to be asked, "has the straight, white, mentally fit, Christian male never been oppressed?" Ever since the beginning of recorded history, we have heard...
There have been some states that have made great gains in fighting for fetal rights and protecting the unborn. But more needs to be done when it comes to fetal rights.
On July 28, 1917, exactly 100 years ago, ten thousand people peacefully demonstrated against racial violence towards blacks. Here's a look back at the events and impact of The Silent March.
Albert Pierrepoint was known was “The Last Hangman” of England. At first, he was proud of his work as a hangman, but he later became disillusioned and turned against capital punishment.
What counts the most in a court of law? Is it justice? Is it Human Rights? What happens when Human Rights cross paths with Justice? Is Justice served? Or does Human Rights win out?
If you are pulled over for having a headlight out, do the police have the right to search your car? The Constitution declares Americans are protected from illegal search and seizures, yet over a million vehicles are...
It’s one thing to say that the Constitution lists our rights; it’s quite another to say that the Constitution is the source of those rights. So, do we get our rights from the Constitution? The simple answer is "no."...
Individual and collective language rights are part of a larger group of human and civil rights. Their violation and protection is seen and implemented in everyday practice all over the world.