Monthly Archives: September 2013

Inconsistencies With the Tea Party Ideology

“The Tea Party movement spontaneously formed in 2009 from the reaction of the American people to fiscally irresponsible actions of the federal government, misguided “stimulus” spending, bailouts and takeovers of private industry. Within the first few weeks of the movement, … Continue reading

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Duplici-Tea

It is interesting, how one document can have so much influence on everyday life, but still be forgotten and in the recesses of the mind of many. A document, that is from the late 1700’s, is probably the most talked … Continue reading

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The Tea Party, Their Beliefs, and Our United States Constitution

  The Tea Party is an interesting group.  Entering the American political landscape after the 2008 presidential election of Barack Obama, the Tea Party (an acronym for Taxed enough already), as part of their argument, is determined to make several … Continue reading

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“We the people…”: What the Tea Party Misses

The Tea Party official website greets its visitors with a robust, authentic American flag. Classic American mottos like “Don’t tread on me” and icons like the Statue of Liberty boldly remind visitors that the U.S. is built upon a “stand … Continue reading

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Injustices of the Russian Federation

The LGBT Community often finds itself in the forefront of discrimination in today’s times, but nothing compares to Russia’s new anti-LGBT laws. In Russia, the lawmakers have recently passed a bill that bans “propaganda of homosexualism,” these laws state that … Continue reading

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Aging Out

Aging Out “The other day, they had 10 children that were coming to the agency in hopes of being selected for adoption. Couples were scheduled to appear and select the children they wanted to adopt. ‘It reminded me of an … Continue reading

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Dred Scott v Sanford

Dred Scott The Dred Scott v. Sanford Decision  As we all know, during the creation of our nation’s government, the Founding Fathers did very little to end slavery.   In fact, during this country’s conception, the future of slavery flourished because … Continue reading

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George Zimmerman Verdict is Unlawful

George Zimmerman Verdict is Unlawful Was the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman verdict lawful? One does not have to be a legal scholar to analyze the fact pattern and determine if at any point the facts meet the first two requirements of … Continue reading

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Father found not guilty in the murder of his daughter’s Rapist

On June 9, 2012, a 23-year-old father was alerted that a farm worker was seen dragging his five-year-old daughter into a secluded shed on his farm. The father ran towards the screaming of his daughter and discovered a 47-year-old man … Continue reading

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The Guise of Deferred Action

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, implemented by the Obama administration almost a year ago, protects undocumented persons, ages 15-30, from deportation and grants them workers permits that are active for two years. In a political climate, where party lines … Continue reading

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