U.S. Senate Response to Attack on Paris [Video]

U.S. Senate Response to Attack on Paris [Video]

On Nov. 19, 2015, the U.S. House of Representatives voted for tighter restrictions concerning the hosting of Syrian refugees in the United States. The proposed augmentation is the response of Congress to the Nov. 13 bombing and shooting attack on Paris that caused the deaths of over 130 people. One of the attackers allegedly had […]

Is the Constitution Relevant to Contemporary America?

Is the Constitution Relevant to Contemporary America?

Many educational facilities across the nation gathered on September 17 to celebrate Constitution Day. The Constitution for the United States turned 228-years-old on last Thursday after being signed in Philadelphia in 1787 during the Constitutional Convention. After all of these years, there is a great deal of discussion circulating within the United States on whether […]

Marriage Equality Meets the Constitution

Marriage Equality Meets the Constitution

Marriage Equality has finally become the law of the land in the United States, as constitutional rights have finally been established, and yet many have continued to put forth the idea that this is a negative ruling from the Supreme Court. Debates have been ongoing for years over this issue and marriage itself has been […]

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