Category: Civil Rights
There are many American workers today who face employment problems, not just senior citizens. Statistics from more than just the AARP are needed to provide a clear picture on just what challenges are facing senior citizens and what the law can and should do
By TAJANAE MALLETT – Justice Scalia argued that women were never expected to be included under the Equal Protection Clause.
By VLADIMIR VIAUD – By deciding the case on its merit, the Supreme Court’s ruling in Bakke disregards the original interpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment and took legitimacy away from the Tenth and the Fourteenth Amendments.
By ANMOL SHARMA – What the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), 1958, is really doing to India, and why it should be repealed… It is imperative for us to understand why a red discontent is growing against this Act of 1958. An analytical approach should be adopted to discern the legacy of AFSPA and to scrutinize the collateral damage of extraordinary powers it confers to the Armed Forces in dealing with “disturbance” in civilian areas
By MITCH BILLINGS – At nearly midnight on May 21, 2011, the Minnesota House of Representatives passed a bill that will place a constitutional amendment to define marriage as between one man and one woman on the ballot in the Fall of 2012. This vote passed the House 70-63, mostly along party lines, with two Democrats voting for passage, and four Republicans voting against.