"On 11 January 2002, in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, the first detainees were transferred to the US naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Since then, the detention facility there has made the world's news headlines for the shocking human rights concerns associated with it - including arbitrary detention, secret detention, torture and other … Continue reading Guantanamo Bay Detainees Have NO RIGHTS, Even If US Citizens
States have the power and right to pass any laws that they want, including laws that are pro-slavery, racist discriminatory and/or prejudicial against a minority. The USA has a history of slavery, racism, discrimination, prejudice as well as genocide. Women did not have the right to vote until fairly recently. Women could not own property until … Continue reading Gay Marriage; States Right Or Constitutional Mandate?
How can Israel get away with no X-ray scanners in ANY of their airports? They have the safest airports and no bomb incidents, as opposed to the US, which has had several, even WITH these scanners. There is also a dispute out how dangerous these machines are, and how much they take away our Constitutional … Continue reading How To Combat Terrorism Without Trashing The Constitution And Giving Up All Our Rights