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Should we amend the US Constitution? Justice Stevens thinks so, incl. 2nd Amendment (new book) - Linkis.com

Should we amend the US Constitution? Justice Stevens thinks so, incl. 2nd Amendment (new book) - Linkis.com | Civics | Scoop.it
“ Six Amendments (book cover), by Justice John Paul Stevens As if on cue, US Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens (ret.) has written a new book, ... (Should we amend the US Constitution? Justice Stevens thinks so, incl.”
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Harry Reid: Vote to Amend U.S. Constitution to Limit Political Speech

Harry Reid: Vote to Amend U.S. Constitution to Limit Political Speech | Civics | Scoop.it
“ On May 15, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) announced the Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on June 3 on amending the U.S. Constitution to limit political speech, and endorsing the proposal.”
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Tamar Gendler: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Politics and Economics - YouTube

Tamar Gendler: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Politics and Economics - YouTube | Civics | Scoop.it
Tamar Gendler, Department of Philosophy Chair at Yale University, Cognitive Scientist Who gets what and who says so? These two questions underlie and inform ...
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OPINION: How to Fix a Broken Congress - CullmanSense

OPINION: How to Fix a Broken Congress - CullmanSense | Civics | Scoop.it
“ CullmanSense OPINION: How to Fix a Broken Congress CullmanSense Some states attempted to pass laws limiting how long someone may serve in Congress but it was ruled (correctly) unconstitutional in U.S.”
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The public's right to know vs the police and public's right to safety

The public's right to know vs the police and public's right to safety | Civics | Scoop.it
“ In less than three hours you could drive from Moncton, New Brunswick to Halifax, Nova Scotia. Moncton, scene of a horrific event that started Wednesday night that played out in real life and simult...”
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A look at the cons of interactivity and how it may affect intelligence gathering, communications, and safety of law enforcement officers and the general public.

 

This scoop contrasts the scoop listed above: Killeen: Police Expand Crime And Safety Awareness Through Social Media . Should certain activities be banned from social media?

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Some Heretical Thoughts on Politics and Economics - American Thinker

Some Heretical Thoughts on Politics and Economics - American Thinker | Civics | Scoop.it
“Some Heretical Thoughts on Politics and Economics American Thinker As we tread haphazardly into the darkness, it might be efficacious to consider one of philosophy's eternal questions: what political and economic conditions are optimal for...”
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