May 21, 2018Comments Off on Do Protests Work? – Time for Class Warfare
In the August 21, 2017 edition of The New Yorker Nathan Heller writes about the efficacy of protest as a method for social and political change. “Out of Action – do protests work?” raises many interesting --->> read more -->>
May 13, 2018Comments Off on White Affirmative Action – Martin Luther King in 1968
White Affirmative Action – Martin Luther King in 1968 In recent years scholars and activists have begun to point out how white privilege is supported by many decades of government action that affirmatively transfers money --->> read more -->>
Gun Regulation, the 2nd Amendment, and Scalia’s Majority Opinion Fire arms proponents make much of the 2008 case District of Columbia v. Heller in which the Supreme Court absolutely affirmed the right to bear arms --->> read more -->>
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