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If U.S. Citizenship didn’t exist until 1868: Part III

Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any...

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In Defense of Iran: A Recent History of US Provocation

It seems as though a single day does not go by that we are not bombarded by media pundits or government officials beating the war drums for a war with Iran. Very seldom do we hear serious discussion regarding the potential catastrophic consequences of a war with Iran. If we are to seriously consider yet another costly war, it is the...

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If U.S. Citizenship didn’t exist until 1868: Part II

Apr 11, 12 If U.S. Citizenship didn’t exist until 1868: Part II

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There is still ongoing debate whether or not the states had a natural right to secede, many of the founders described a concurrent belief in their writings. We won’t dwell on that in this article, that’s a topic for another time. One thing that’s certain is Lincoln wasn’t going to allow it to happen, right or...

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If U.S. Citizenship didn’t exist until 1868, to whom does the Bill of Rights apply?

Apr 09, 12 If U.S. Citizenship didn’t exist until 1868, to whom does the Bill of Rights apply?

Posted by in Featured, History, Legislation, Politics

This is a very interesting topic I have come across and been researching. It’s also very in depth, so I think it will be discussed in several segments. Firstly a little history on the subject. When the Bill of Rights was ratified into the first ten amendments to the U.S. constitution there was only one type of person it could...

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