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Bill of Rights

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"Because the plaintiffs are aliens and were located outside sovereign United States territory at the time their alleged RFRA claim arose, they do not fall with the definition of 'person,'" the court ruled.

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Modern Musings

Fresh in their minds was the memory of the British violation of civil rights before and during the Revolution. They demanded a “bill of rights” that would spell out the immunities of individual citizens.

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Tomorrow is perhaps the most important of the holidays around the world, yet few celebrate, much less even know it is a declared holiday. December 15 is Bill of Rights day. A remembrance of the first Ten Amendments to the United States Constitution

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On December 15, 1791 the people of the United States, through state conventions, ratified the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution. The original Constitution was only ratified with the guarantee that there would be further and spec

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Yahoo News

Bloggers and free speech advocates are calling on prosecutors not to file charges against a teacher arrested for allegedly posting an anonymous comment online praising the Columbine shooters. District Attorney Todd Martens is considering to charge w

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Institute for Justice

Starting today, the First Amendment right to free political speech will get its day in court as the merits of a challenge to Arizona’s scheme of taxpayer-funded campaigns—one of the nation’s most far-reaching—go before a federal district court.

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St. Petersburg Times

While reading this column, keep in mind that the 'liberal' 9th circuit court of appeals just torpedoed a lawsuit relating to this illegal spying under the guise of protecting 'state secrets'.

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We received a letter and the writer was angry. What upset the writer? The same thing that angers millions of Americans across the USA each and every day: an ever-increasing web of regulations, laws and edicts by--in many cases--unelected officials.

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Baltimore Sun/Matthew Dolan

Jury awards $2.9 million in compensatory damages to father of slain Marine. The father claimed that a Westboro Baptist protest at his son's funeral caused him emotional distress and invaded his privacy.

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Mondoreb & Ginn

Jesus won one. The American Civil Liberties Union took one on the chin after a U.S. District Court ruled that prayer could return to the Indiana statehouse.

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Senator Larry Craig's attorney's will argue that his foot-tapping and hand gestures under an airport bathroom stall is nothing more than free speech, protected by the Bill of Rights. Thus, Craig will attempt to take his place beside John Pete

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Keee Free Press

Those imprisoned in N.H. are supposed to be arraigned within 24 hours of arrest. Judges in Milford County denied Lauren arraignment and sent her back to jail after exercising her right to remain silent. She has remained in jail for over two weeks...