What do you think about exploiting Civil Rights Leaders and their speeches for personal gain?
by Lynn Faruque 5 years ago
Do you think civil rights leaders such as Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are self-serving?The death of Michael Brown became a media goldmine, unfortunately. Do you think these personalities care or do they just want to remain relevant?
by Marlene Bertrand 3 years ago
Do American citizens give up their civil rights when they join the military?My husband told me that when he joined the military, they told him he was the property of the United States. That got me to wondering if that meant he lost his civil rights while he was serving in the military.
by Captain Redbeard 8 years ago
I have heard a lot of the gay rights movements comparing themselves the civil rights movements in the 60's. They say that their struggle for equality is the same as Black people's struggle and women’s equality and such. Is it the same thing?I don't know much about what gay people are deprived of...
by Scott Belford 17 months ago
With the addition of Justice Kavanaugh, the make-up of the Court is similar in temperament as the one that existed between 1840 and 1929. That Court destroyed American Civil Liberties then, and this Court will do the same. So let's see how the previous conservative Court ruled:* Prigg...
by Sooner28 8 years ago
Chris Christie, the governor of New Jersey, is showing he lacks courage. The New Jersey Congress has passed a bill to legalize same-sex marriage, but he vetoed it, saying he would prefer a referendum instead of the New Jersey government legalizing it. Why is this a problem you...
by John Magee 6 years ago
Are civil rights lawyers responsible for our loss of civil rights?I am referring to the civil rights lawyers that defend the scum of our society. For example the organized crime gangs that recruit kids to sell drugs. They keep civil rights lawyers on retainer and the police will not go any...
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