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252 Documented Examples of Barack Obama’s Lying & Lawbreaking

252 Documented Examples of Barack Obama’s Lying & Lawbreaking | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it
252 Documented Examples of Barack Obama’s Lying

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This article is about Obama and how he has lied about almost everything he has done. It also talks about how other presidents have lied, but because Obama made so many promised, he is worse because he has not kept any of them.

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Jared Orth's comment, May 17, 2014 3:12 PM
It's very interesting that in a lot of the topics that he made promises to, he did nearly the opposite of what he was claiming.

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This comic is about how minorities are blamed more commonly than whites for crimes. This is because people usually look down on minority groups, and more more likely to blame "different" looking people for problems.

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Jared Orth's comment, May 25, 2014 12:14 AM
It show racism that black and middle eastern ethnics are considered to commit crime over white people.
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Do You Have What It Takes To Pass The US Citizenship Test? - Huffington Post

Do You Have What It Takes To Pass The US Citizenship Test? - Huffington Post | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it
Do You Have What It Takes To Pass The US Citizenship Test?
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These questions were taken from the 100 civics questions about U.S. history and government given to applicants for naturalization by the U.S.

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This relates to citizenship because it is basically just like what we did in class. This is a test that you can take to see how you would do if you wanted to become a citizen.

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Abigail Beinborn's curator insight, May 21, 2014 11:55 AM

This is the test that immigrant have to take in order to become a U.S. Citizen. It is not an easy test. They have to have a lot of knowledge of the country. Many people born in the U.S. Cannot even pass this.Gaining  citizenship is not an easy task, but it is needed if you want to legally live here.

Jared Orth's comment, May 25, 2014 12:16 AM
This is a test of the immigrantion process, to test immigrants take to become citizens of the United States.
Lauren Heim's comment, May 25, 2014 7:51 PM
Ha that test wasn't really that hard just you need to know a lot of stuff I wouldn't have thought you would need to know. So props to the people that want to become u.s. Citizens but I do believe they need to know some stuff to become a citizen.
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Harry Reid: Fort Hood Shooting Should Revive Gun Control Push - CowboyByte

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Harry Reid: Fort Hood Shooting Should Revive Gun Control Push

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This article is about the fort hood shooting and how there should be more gun control because of it. I think that this is a bad idea because the only reason that the shooting even happened was because soldiers on the base were not allowed to be armed. If they would have been able to carry their firearms with them on base, the shooting would not have killed anyone.

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Why gun control doesn't work...  It's the dangerous people who need to be controlled...

Jared Orth's comment, May 17, 2014 2:39 PM
I think the soldiers should have been allowed to carry some sort of firearm with them, thus preventing the accident.
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Dozens of States Reject Participating in Pro-Abortion Obamacare | LifeNews.com

Dozens of States Reject Participating in Pro-Abortion Obamacare | LifeNews.com | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it
Dozens of states are refusing to participate in the pro-abortion Obamacare scheme.

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This article is about obamacare and how states are deciding to reject it because they would have to pay much more money to the federal governement if they signed up, it is also about how obamacare makes taxpayers pay for other peoples healthcare who cannot afford it, which is stupid. People should pay for their own healthcare.

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tcoble22's curator insight, March 19, 2014 10:44 PM

In this article it talks about how many states do not want to participate  in pro abortion obamacare.   Do you believe states should not want to participate in the pro abortion? Also do you believe that the states that haven't decided on what side they are on should have to pick a side and  not be in the middle? 

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In politics, the war between digital and TV campaigns | Capital New York

In politics, the war between digital and TV campaigns | Capital New York | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it

Campaigns have fallen prey to the increasing trends of the second screen and watching recorded TV among voters, both of which distract from the TV ads older political consultants are so accustomed to spending a large portion of campaign funds on.


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This article relates to campaigns because it is about how tv is not as effective at reaching people as it once was. So many people now use other devices for entertainment, or they can record tv and skip through the commercials.

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Gideon Alert: Ignoring the 6th Amendment in Broward County, Florida Municipal Courts | NLADA

Gideon Alert: Ignoring the 6th Amendment in Broward County, Florida Municipal Courts | NLADA | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it

Florida courts are ignoring the 6th amendment.


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This article is about the 6th amendment and how some governments are skipping through it or finding shortcuts around it.

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Reed Klunder 's curator insight, May 14, 2014 10:02 PM

This article talks about how the sixth amendment was violated . Its becoming more and more common because law enforcement is finding the evidence and immediately thrown in jail.  They don't even ask if they want a lawyer and they think evidence is enough. The law says that every person gets the right to an attorney and you can't abuse that.

Lakin's comment, May 15, 2014 12:00 PM
I believe the police should not go against the sixth amendment because it's a law. Just because police have evidence does not mean that they did it and every person has the right to have a lawyer right away.
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Abortion clinic 'bubble zones' trump 1st Amendment? - WND.com

Abortion clinic 'bubble zones' trump 1st Amendment? - WND.com | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it
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Abortion clinic 'bubble zones' trump 1st Amendment?

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This article is about the first amendment. We are also doing this as a court case in class. This article is about the case between a pro life group who protests outside of abortion clinics and about if it counts as freedom of speech and expression.

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Austin Robertson's comment, April 27, 2014 6:12 PM
The freedom of protesting should be protected. If someone is doing something that is going to help their life because they can't take care if a baby or because they were raped, they can do what they want. But protesting should be allowed.
Abigail Beinborn's curator insight, May 21, 2014 12:03 PM

This goes against the first amendment. People have a freedom of speech and to petition.  Making a boundary around the abortion clinics would be limiting their freedom to petition in the U.S. Constitution. 

Lauren Heim's comment, May 25, 2014 7:47 PM
This is definitely violating the first amendment. They have the right to petition even if it is a nuisance. If they took it to court they would definitely lose. This is ridiculous.
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This Is What Tyranny Looks Like: Another Assault on the 2nd Amendment

This Is What Tyranny Looks Like: Another Assault on the 2nd Amendment | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it
The Obama administrations attempted restrictions on private gun sales are another, tyrannical assault on 2nd Amendment rights.

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This article is all about the second amendment and how the government seems to be trying to take it away. The government is putting in new regulations that basically make it illegal to buy or sell a gun. This is dumb, because a criminal is someone who commits crimes. So they are not going to care about laws.

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Barack Obama wants to end NSA Wiretapping

Barack Obama wants to end NSA Wiretapping | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it

Barack Obama wants to end NSA Wiretapping http://technwall.com/barack-obama-wants-to-end-nsa-wiretapping/ http://technwall.com/barack-obama-wants-to-end-nsa-wiretapping/ http://technwall.com/barack-obama-wants-to-end-nsa-wiretapping/ http://technwall.com/barack-obama-wants-to-end-nsa-wiretapping/


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This article. Is interesting because  the president now wants to end something that he was using to help fight against terrorists. The government started recording phone calls so they could use them in investigations, and now Obama wants to end this. I think it is good, because the article said that they want to make it so that conversation are available for investigations, but they can't just use any of them.

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Brian Bertram's curator insight, April 10, 2014 8:15 AM

I believe that this is against the constitution. The government cannot listen in on my private phone calls without a court order saying it is ok.  I am glad that Obama is deciding to try and end it.  Despite his efforts, it might never happen because  congress or the judicial branch could disagree with the president. If that is the case then that will never happen.  

Siobhan Chantigian's curator insight, May 8, 2014 8:46 AM

This article is about how barack obama wants to end wiretapping y the NSA.  I think this is interesting because the NSA is used to protect america, and it is govermentally run.

Annie Christofferson's comment, May 9, 2014 3:39 PM
I think this is interesting because as much as this probably does seem to violate people's rights, it is for a safety precaution.
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Colorado sheriffs plan lawsuit challenging state gun control laws

Colorado sheriffs plan lawsuit challenging state gun control laws | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it
Colorado sheriffs plan lawsuit challenging state gun control laws

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State senator wants health insurance for immigrants

State senator wants health insurance for immigrants | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it
A state senator from the Los Angeles area is planning to introduce legislation that would allow undocumented immigrants access to health insurance through Covered California.

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Ian Thomason's curator insight, February 5, 2014 11:08 PM

The constitution is suppose to protect the citizens of the U.S. This senator want the constitution to bend and warp from those rules to give illegal immigrants health insurance. I believe that I hear more about people fighting for the immigrants than our own citizens. If senators are fighting for immigrants rather than our own citizens then really what type of government do we have?

hlivin31's comment, February 7, 2014 5:43 PM
I feel like this falls under all men created equal. There are certain requiremnents and tests that need to be passed before one becomes a citizen of the United States. It takes time and I feel as though if they are attempting to become a citizen and they are paying their taxes they should be allowed to have some health insurance. Maybe with the consent of the government and a little bit of protection they would be willing to go and get help when they need it! It is important that everyone, no matter if they are a citizen or not, stays healthy and gets the treatments they need.
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9/11 and Islamophobia

9/11 and Islamophobia | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it

"This strategy of dehumanizing demonization, a core propaganda meme of our time, seems to extend permission to exclude many Arab and Muslim peoples, but especially the Palestinians, from the community of citizens invested with universal human rights, including the right to be heard in one of the most important hunger strikes since Gandhi resorted to this most basic motif of protest. The Palestinians are rendered the new “merciless Indian savages” referred to on July 4, 1776 in the Declaration of Independence."


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This article is about how people in the US are dehumanizing Arabs and people who practice Islam. They are doing this because of 9/11 and they blame the group of Muslims and Islamists collectively instead of the people who are actually responsible.

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Jared Orth's comment, May 25, 2014 12:19 AM
This article shows the stereotype that Islamic people are all alike the terrorists of 9/11, that people blame all Muslims for the attack.
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Lawmaker proposes mandatory body cameras for area police departments

Lawmaker proposes mandatory body cameras for area police departments | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it
A new tool to help fight crime is not popular with some law enforcement officials in the area.

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This article is about a new law that would make it mandatory for police to wear body cameras. wearing these would help to keep police officers from commiting any wrong acts like police brutality because they know that they would be being watched and recorded at any time. I think that this is a good idea because it would make sure that police are not abusing their power.

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Jared Orth's comment, May 17, 2014 2:36 PM
I think this would be a good idea, not only would it keep the police from abusing their power but also would see a lot that would go on if a cop were involved with some sort of crime.
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How Fracking Affects Your Farmer's Market

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How Fracking Affects Your Farmer's Market - The Huffington Post

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This article is about how fracking harms the environment. It affects everything that come from the environment by polluting things like food with toxic chemicals. people who buy food that was grown locally can be affected because of the fracking that takes place nearby and pollutes the food.

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Alison D. Gilbert's curator insight, July 22, 2013 7:14 PM

Just what affect does fracking have on our environment, our food, our welfare, our economy and our safety. No one knows for sure yet. But many are concerned.

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252 Documented Examples of Barack Obama’s Lying & Lawbreaking

252 Documented Examples of Barack Obama’s Lying & Lawbreaking | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it
252 Documented Examples of Barack Obama’s Lying

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This article is about Obama and how he has lied about almost everything he has done. It also talks about how other presidents have lied, but because Obama made so many promised, he is worse because he has not kept any of them.

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Jared Orth's comment, May 17, 2014 3:12 PM
It's very interesting that in a lot of the topics that he made promises to, he did nearly the opposite of what he was claiming.
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8th Amendment violation death penalty

8th Amendment violation death penalty | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it

Man faces cruel punishment violating his 8th Amendment rights. The 8th Amendment protects citizens from cruel or unfair punishment. This right was violated when the man was sentenced to the death penalty. 


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This article is about the 8th amendment. It talks about a killer who was sentenced to death. I think that the death sentence is something that we need, but only for certain circumstances.

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Lakin's comment, May 1, 2014 3:45 PM
I believe that the government here is going against the 8th amendment because this man did commit a horrible crime, but he most likely had some mental problems. I think the government instead should send him to life in prison because it would be a more worse punishment and he would have to sit with his guilt.
Reed Klunder 's comment, May 2, 2014 3:23 PM
I find this article interesting because this man killed a lot of people but he has a mental problem. It would be understandable if he was at a normal state of mind but he's not. If he has no idea what he's doing or any sense of right and wrong then he doesn't deserve that punishment. Depending on how bad his mental problem is, he should get help. Would a baby get the death penalty if it killed someone?
Brian Bertram's comment, May 3, 2014 10:01 AM
I disagree with Matt, I think those who were arested because of being a serial killer or something else bad enough to get the death penalty should not be allowed to post bail. If they know they might get the death penalty, they might make a run for it. That way they would be free again.
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Orwellian: Americans Sign Petition To Repeal The 4th Amendment

Orwellian: Americans Sign Petition To Repeal The 4th Amendment | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it
Daniel Noe: Orwellian: Americans Sign Petition To Repeal The 4th Amendment. Learn more about

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Bill McKee's curator insight, September 3, 2013 7:49 PM

Still wonder why California is teeming with liberals?  Wait.. What does the 4th amendment have to do with political party?  These signers of the "petition to invalidate the 4th amendment" have no clue what it means to give government the right to search and seizure without reasonable cause or court warrant.  The 4th amendment is designed to protect citizens from the always present tendency by government to step WAY over it's authority to interfere with a citizens right to privacy.  Rogue government is the rule throughtout history, not the exception. 

Andrew Beighley's comment, April 28, 2014 3:45 PM
I think that it is wrong that we can be "searched" at any time by the NSA. I think that it does help with preventing terrorism, but it is still wrong.
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BEST WORDS EVER SAID Regarding Gun Ban Control 2nd Amendment Ted Nugent

BEST WORDS EVER SAID Regarding Gun Ban Control 2nd Amendment Ted Nugent

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This video relates to the second amendment because it is one argument against gun control. This is a good argument, because no one would want to see a law abiding citizen dead more than a criminal dead.

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Justin kettner's curator insight, February 19, 2014 10:12 PM

Ted said it better than i personally ever could have. The men and woman of our nation have the right no matter what to defend their lives in danger. Even if there was no document you as a person would still know to defend and fight to remain alive and safe so why fight it now?

Dane Austin's comment, February 23, 2014 9:18 AM
He did say it very good and every family/person should be allowed their right to bear arms for self-defense.
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Broke U.S. resumes spending

Broke U.S. resumes spending | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it
Limiting government growth is politically difficult, but if we don't do it, America is doomed.

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This article is about how the US won't solve it's debt problem. It talks about how Obama (when campaigning for office) said that  it was irresponsible that the debt had gotten so high. He has increased it even more. Then what does the government do? They just say that they will increase how much debt they can be in. This is a bad idea because no normal person can go to the bank and say "I'm going to increase my debt limit". doing it like that does not work.

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Mitchell Forrest Enerson's comment, April 24, 2014 8:24 PM
It would be great if the US maybe stopped spending so much and starting working a little harder to improve our country. I would love to live in a country as powerful and great as the one we originally founded.
Abigail Beinborn's curator insight, May 12, 2014 9:48 AM

Government spending has led to a massive debt. I believe there are ways we can spend less to help reduce our debt, but we can't stop spending governemnt money. We have to pay for the troops that fight for our country and many other people and things to keep this country going. We need to watch our government spending more closely and cautiously. 

Lauren Heim's comment, May 18, 2014 6:41 PM
The U.S. Spending has come to an all time low or should I say high? The government has only brought us the feeling of failure and that our economy is breaking down since they've only spent their money in places/things that don't actually work. The least they could do is slow it down or fund something that's actually useful.
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The Department of Justice's Marijuana Memo Is a Disappointment for Federalism

The Department of Justice's Marijuana Memo Is a Disappointment for Federalism | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it
The Department of Justice had a historic opportunity to say that since the people of these states had spoken, as long as what happens in Colorado stays in Colorado, they wouldn't make a federal case out of it.

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This article relates to federalism because it is about the problem there is with some states legalizing marijuana use while it is still illegal under federal law. The whole point of federalism is to make it so that states can decide their own laws. Technically, marijuana use is outlawed in the entire country, so it is kind of a contradiction to have states that make it legal and not punish them for that.

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Austin Robertson's comment, April 20, 2014 7:49 PM
I don't know in the first place why in the world marijuana was made legal in the first place. If something was ILLEGAL it was illegal for a reason. By legalizing this they are basically promoting the distribution of drugs and that can lead to many other problems. It can lead to cartels that result in deaths because most do, it can lead to driving under the influence and guess who's shoulders that's going to fall back on, the governments. What if teens died in a car accident in Colorado because of weed, how do you think the government would feel after that? It's just stupid a pond careless.
pdowds30's comment, April 29, 2014 6:04 PM
I personally don't think that marijuana is an issue in the United States. It has never killed anyone. Alcohol is more dangerous than marijuana and has done quite the damage to our population. The federal government is right in saying that as long as it stays in Colorado, there is no issue. Legalizing marijuana nation-wide would decrease the crime rate significantly and allow many people to return to a good state of health. Just like same-sex marriage, if you don't like it, don't do it.
Becca Zieman's comment, May 3, 2014 12:01 AM
The topic of legalizing marijuana has been a huge topic in our country yet there are bigger things going on that people completely ignore. But I do think that states should have the right to decide for themselves whether to legalize something that they are in closer quarters with then the federal government is.
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Obama trips to Hawaii, Africa reportedly cost taxpayers nearly $16 million

Obama trips to Hawaii, Africa reportedly cost taxpayers nearly $16 million | Gov & Law - Andrew Beighley | Scoop.it
U.S. taxpayers spent nearly $16 million to fly the Obamas to, from and around Hawaii and Africa, Air Force records obtained by Judicial Watch show.

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