ALG's Daily Grind - Stuart Smalley v. the First Amendment


June 19, 2014

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Stuart Smalley v. the First Amendment
The Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on The Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights, led by Saturday Night Live comedian turned politician Al Franken, voted unanimously against the exact language contained in the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.  This marks perhaps the first time elected officials have officially voted against the basic freedoms that have been the backbone of our individual liberties for more than 225 years.

Cartoon: As the world burns…
Obama ignores the real problem.

If the Redskins have to change their name, the Senate should rename the Russell Senate Office Building
Should a U.S. Senate office building in Washington, D.C. be named after someone who filibustered civil rights legislation, actively supported segregation, and even co-authored the Southern Manifesto against the Supreme Court's landmark ruling, Brown v. Board of Education? Jindal order would make Louisiana latest state to pull out of Common Core
Jindal: "We're very alarmed about choice and local control of curriculum being taken away from our parents and educators."