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DHS engages 'Constitution free' zones around US border

According to the US Department of Homeland Security, anyone who is within a 100 mile radius of the US border is subject to the search and seizure of any and ...

Via Troy Mccomas (troy48)
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I think that this is very interesting because they are discriminating against those who live on the boarder. It seems like it would be the same if they were just discriminating against a different race or nationality; the majority of the people living on the borader have assumptions being made about them, but are most likely not associated with anything they are looking for on their electronic divices.

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Mariah Zamzow's comment, March 3, 2013 8:52 PM
I think this is a violation of 4th amendment rights, similar to that of the DNA rights in MD. The government is getting into innocent people's business that they have no right to do. I'm all for safe borders but this is ridiculous.
Jack Hansen's curator insight, March 3, 2013 11:45 PM

Un-American, outrageous.

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Mexico sacks 'power abuse' official

Mexico sacks 'power abuse' official | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
Mexico's president sacks an official over an incident caused by his daughter last month, in a case of abuse of power that has trended on Twitter.
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This is pretty unfair, it wasn't even his fault. It seems like a illegitimate reason to fire him based on the fact that they over-analyzed his not-so-bright daughter's actions. To be honest, the whole trend thing on twitter seems pretty juvenile.

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scoste26's comment, May 17, 2013 4:27 PM
I don't understand why this man's boss would care about what his daughter is doing. Its not like he can control all of her actions. I also think that maybe the daughter should mature a little more and not freak out over not getting a table that she wanted.
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Marcus Bachmann Excited About Gay Marriage In Minnesota: "It's time to shave the beard!"

Marcus Bachmann Excited About Gay Marriage In Minnesota: "It's time to shave the beard!" | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
With the legalization of gay marriage seemingly coming soon to the state of Minnesota one resident of the Land of 10,000 Lakes is revving up for the exciting news.

Via Bret
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This is hilarious. "It's time to shave the beard!", I about died.

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Report: Obama Spent $11.45 Million per 'Green Job' Created

Report: Obama Spent $11.45 Million per 'Green Job' Created | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
In 2008, then-candidate Barack Obama promised to create 5 million “green jobs” if elected president.
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If you are going to create jobs, it's going to cost money. Maybe it wasn't the best plan, but at least some effort was put into it.

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Mariah Zamzow's comment, May 12, 2013 8:39 AM
I understand that it is very expensive to create jobs, lets hope it has a positive effect on the community.
Mariah Zamzow's comment, May 12, 2013 8:39 AM
And economy.
Brian Burroughs's comment, May 12, 2013 10:20 AM
Green energy is worth it.
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Police kill three suspected robbers in Rivers

Police kill three  suspected robbers in Rivers | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
THE Rivers State Police Command, last night, confirmed the killing of three robbers in Eleme Local Government Area. (THE Rivers State Police Command, last night, confirmed the killing of three robbers in Eleme Local Government Area.
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In a way, they were asking for it. If they hadn't ran, or even committed the crime for that matter, they wouldn't be dead.

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Justice Department to appeal judge's ruling to eliminate age limits on Plan B pill

Justice Department to appeal judge's ruling to eliminate age limits on Plan B pill | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
Selling the morning-after birth control pill right next to condoms, even if limited to buyers 15 or older, marks a big societal shift in the long battle over women's reproductive rights. (TOO YOUNG FOR PILL?
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This article is about the Plan B pill age limit going from 17 to 15. I'm not entirely sure what side to take with this because parts of both arguents make sense. Parents should be informed and involved, but a stupid mistake made when you were in your early teens should not define the rest of your life.

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Did The Government Cause Our Long-Term Unemployment Problem? - Daily Beast

Did The Government Cause Our Long-Term Unemployment Problem? - Daily Beast | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
Did The Government Cause Our Long-Term Unemployment Problem?
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On Monday, I wrote about long-term unemployment, and why it's a large enough problem that the federal government should be trying to do something about it.
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This article argues that the government could have caused the unemployment problem in America by giving Americans insentive to stay at home and not work and by making it too difficult for people to get hired. They believe the government should be doing something about the problem.

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Presidents Become Monsters in Action Figure Line

Presidents Become Monsters in Action Figure Line | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it

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This article is about presidential monster action figures. Although slightly disrespectful, most of them are pretty accurate.

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MsHaeussinger's comment, April 28, 2013 12:20 PM
A good use of 1st amendment rights
Brian Burroughs's comment, April 28, 2013 1:25 PM
This is awesome!!! Very entertaining! It's a fun way to get to know our presidents.
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Due to ObamaCare, Nation's Largest Movie Theater Chain Cuts Employee Hours

Due to ObamaCare, Nation's Largest Movie Theater Chain Cuts Employee Hours | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
Monday, Regal Entertainment Group, the largest movie theatre chain in the country, announced that thousands of employees will have their work hours cut -- as a direct result of the added cost of the new ObamaCare mandates that become effective...
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I personally don't think that ObamaCare is fixing anything. As they say in the article, it really is just creating more problems. That's just my personal opinion.

 

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'Fetuses and blood all over the place': Medic's graphic account of 'be-heading live babies' at abortion 'House of Horrors' in Philadelphia

'Fetuses and blood all over the place': Medic's graphic account of 'be-heading live babies' at abortion 'House of Horrors' in Philadelphia | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
Steven Massof, 50, of Pittsburgh, pictured, testified at the trial of his former boss Kermit Gosnell on Thursday. He revealed how he saw 100 babies born alive and snipped at the back of the neck so they would die.

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If you are at all sqeamish, I would not recommend that you read this article. It does not matter if you are pro-choice or pro-life, this is absolutely sickening.  It's really suprising to me that this actually happened recently. It sounds like something you would hear about from the 40's or 50's, like the Black Dahliah murder, or lobotomies preformed on unsuspecting mental patients in old insane asylums.

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scoste26's comment, April 13, 2013 12:53 PM
Just reading the title was gross enough to make me not want to ready any more of this article. It is crazy how insane some people can be and most people don't even know it. I hope that this man is stopped and that there aren't any more like this sick man.
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MURDER - ‘I’m Almost in Disbelief’: Planned Parenthood Rep Says Mother and Doctor Still Have Right to Decide Baby’s Fate if Born Alive and ‘Breathing’ on a Table | Video | TheBlaze.com

MURDER - ‘I’m Almost in Disbelief’: Planned Parenthood Rep Says Mother and Doctor Still Have Right to Decide Baby’s Fate if Born Alive and ‘Breathing’ on a Table | Video | TheBlaze.com | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
Earlier this week a committee in the Florida House of Representatives heard positions on its "Infants Born Alive" bill, which addresses situations where a child is still born after a failed abortion.

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I think that this article is very interesting and a bit surprising. I really had no idea that this was a problem. You never really hear about this sort of thing happening.

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Brian Burroughs's comment, April 13, 2013 8:09 PM
This is the dumbest thing I have ever heard. First off, Planned Parenthood is just being totally stupid. If they want to help their case for pro choice they shouldn't be saying stupid stuff like this. Second of all, its just wrong. Who kills their baby after its born and who thinks its ok? Crazy people that's who! Jeez Louise! Also, it does not make sense that if somebody kill a fetus in a car crash they can be charged for murder, but if the mom wants to kill the living baby herself then it's all good. I don't think it should be legal for parents to kill their children under any circumstance.
Mariah Zamzow's comment, April 13, 2013 10:09 PM
This is really stupid, if you do not want your living baby then give it up for adoption. You should not be able to just dispose of it because it is convenient for you.
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Armed ‘anti-government’ parents abduct sons after tying up grandma in Florida | The Raw Story

Armed ‘anti-government’ parents abduct sons after tying up grandma in Florida | The Raw Story | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
RT @Politics_PR: Armed ‘anti-government’ parents abduct sons after tying up grandma in Florida | The Raw Story http://t.co/V0CDq0bMYB
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This article is about two armed and dangerous anti-government parents who tied up a grandma and kidnapped two children. Only in Florida.

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AT&T Hacker Andrew Auernheimer sentenced to 3.5 Years in prison

AT&T Hacker Andrew Auernheimer sentenced to 3.5 Years in prison | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
AT&T Hacker Andrew Auernheimer sentenced to 3.5 Years in prison (RT @kevinmitnick: The only message here from the Federal government is to publish vulnerabilities anonymously.
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This guy is a weirdo-with-a-beardo. He hacked into people's iPad accounts and released 120,000 iPad owner's e-mail adresses. He's sentenced to spend 41 months in federal prison.

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Mariah Zamzow's comment, March 24, 2013 8:12 AM
I do not understand why people decide to hack. I think that they should find something more productive to do with their amazing computer skills, like get a job!
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Political parties must trust voters

Whenever a political party finds itself in a self-created crisis, the common diagnosis is that its ills are a product of the public losing trust in that party. This is true of the Conservatives in the 1990s, of Blair’s Labour Party in the aftermath of the Iraq invasion and the Scottish Liberal Democrats following their electoral annihilation in 2011.


Via Peter A Bell
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Political parties should trust their voters. If they don't trust their voters, the voters won't trust them.

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Joel Denney's comment, March 22, 2013 5:51 PM
After the last 16 years, with Presidential approval (along with Congressional approval) in the tank, I'm not surprised. Politicians have simply not been able to get their act together, and society does not trust them anymore. I think the problem is that there are very few influential people in the middle of the aisle; both parties are becoming more extreme--or at least, the more talkative/influential people in both parties are. A real centrist party would be great, but I feel as though it'll never gain political power.
Chris Grimm's comment, March 23, 2013 2:34 PM
I agree with Joel that I am not surprised that politicians don't trust voters despite the fact of how sad I think it is. I think that part of the problem is that voters don't trust most of what politicians say because we don't have the capability of understanding what they say is true and what is bent and twisted truth. Amazing the kind of mess America has been able to find itself in
Tanner Schatzel's comment, March 24, 2013 8:31 AM
I think that political parties need to trust voters because that is who elects them in to the positions that they are in. I understand why they might be weary, but I still think that they need to be trusted.
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Is this the real reason for the EU ban on Ecigs? EU MEP complains Ecigs lead to less tax for governments.

Is this the real reason for the EU ban on Ecigs? EU MEP complains Ecigs lead to less tax for governments. | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
Since the beginning of the electronic cigarette industry, smokers have warned us that governments would not allow e-cigarettes to strip them of billions of pounds of tax revenue.

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I guess I can sort of understand why the government is all worked up about the potential loss of a major tax revenue, but isn't the well-being of America just a little bit more important? I feel like they could find a way to work around the loss.

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Robert was happy to have finally found a tobacco free device which actually worked!

Robert was happy to have finally found a tobacco free device which actually worked! | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it

Electronic cigarettes are quickly replacing the traditional tobacco laced cigars. The main reason cited behind this switch is the lack of tobacco content.


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I personally do not understand why people smoke. It smells awful, it's terrible for you, and it really doesn't look all that "cool" either. Because this device has proven to be safe in public areas, I think that this is a decent way to wean people off of their smoking addiction.

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scoste26's comment, May 11, 2013 8:14 PM
I agree with Kailee on the fact that it will be a better way to help people who are trying to quit their addiction. Although I do not agree with the whole idea of smoking, I do think that this is a very beneficial thing.
Brian Burroughs's comment, May 12, 2013 10:16 AM
Theses electronic cigarettes have got to be way cheaper as well. Tobacco companies would be smart to switching over to these.
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The Supreme Court Has Already Once Decided on Same-sex "Marriage"

The Supreme Court Has Already Once Decided on Same-sex "Marriage" | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
The Marxists Are Hoping We Are NOT Paying Attention... 


In a masterful article on the Supreme Court and Sodomite marriage writer Gary DeMar recounts-

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Christianity makes up a large portion of America, but I don't think it is fair for laws to be based off of religion. Everyone is different, not everyone is a Christian, not everyone is straight. It seems a bit medieval for religion to trump logic, so it wouldn't make sense to me if the Supreme Court didn't pass the same-sex marriage laws.

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Brian Burroughs's comment, May 12, 2013 10:44 AM
Yes, this is a secular government, and yes, gays deserve all of the same rights as straight couples. But, I don't think you need to be hating on the Christians. There are plenty of Christians that are for gay marriage. Both sides should respect each other's opinions because both sides have very valid points. If you can't see that then you are just as bad as the one sided ignorant people that you're so mad at.
Kailee Barnes's comment, May 12, 2013 10:30 PM
Definitely wasn't hating on Christians, and I'm not mad at them or anyone really. You can't just blame one group for a problem, I am more than aware of that. I wasn't saying Christians are a problem at all, it would be hypocritical of me to judge anyone. I really couldn't care less what religion anyone is, I'm not going to judge or hate or blame based off of something personal like that. I was just saying that the laws should keep religion out of the picture because not everyone is the religion they sometimes base things on. It's more of a matter of the government being more considerate, I wasn't trying to hate on anyone. I suppose I should've said something more along those lines. I apologize if I offended anyone at all. Plus, this is just my opinion. If you disagree, that's fine, it's human nature.
khodge55's comment, May 13, 2013 10:16 AM
Brian, I was in no way hating on Christians. What part of anything anyone said made you think that? All I said was that the US government shouldn't base how they jude gay marriage on what one religion said. The US does not have a set religion and it is not okay to set laws on one religion. It is ridiculous for you to be pointing fingers when my comment did not have any hate for any religion, person, or group of people.
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Ottawa parents had to leave their autistic son at a Government office

Ottawa parents had to leave their autistic son at a Government office | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
An Ottawa family says they had no choice but to leave their son — who is severely autistic— in the hands of the government because they are unable to get enough

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This is really sad. They should not have had to go through something like this.

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Activist Post: CONFIRMED: Both FBI and CIA Watched Boston Bombing Suspects for Years

Activist Post: CONFIRMED: Both FBI and CIA Watched Boston Bombing Suspects for Years | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it

Thursday, April 25, 2013CONFIRMED: Both FBI and CIA Watched Boston Bombing Suspects for Years FBI & CIA now admit to putting Boston bombing suspect on 2 "watch lists," directly contradicting previous public statements. CIA most likely sponsored suspect's trips to meet US-backed terrorists in Chechnya, Russia.


Tony Cartalucci
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MORE: http://www.activistpost.com/2013/04/confirmed-both-fbi-cia-watched-boston.html?


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This article is about how the FBI and CIA had already been watching the Boston bombers for quite some time before the bombings. It really makes you wonder.

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Euro may only last five years, says senior German government advisor - Telegraph

Euro may only last five years, says senior German government advisor - Telegraph | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
The euro has a “limited chance of survival” and may only endure another five years, Kai Konrad, one of the German government’s closest economic advisers, has claimed.

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This article is about the eventual death of the euro.

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scoste26's comment, April 27, 2013 4:51 PM
I'm confused as to why this article talks about how the euro has a limited chance of survival. Currently, the euro is worth more than the American dollar so that is why I am confused. Plus, several countries in Europe use this type of money.
Mariah Zamzow's comment, April 28, 2013 1:00 AM
This is surprising because of the extreme use of the euro. Although I believe some European countries have been suffering from economic collapses. When I went to Spain the euro dropped 20 cents in value! This was a problem when I got home and exchanged my money back to American money.
MsHaeussinger's comment, April 28, 2013 12:20 PM
It has been in place a little over 10 years and its been rocky. Hopefully the EU can see it through this breaking in period.
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More Bird Flu Deaths In China

More Bird Flu Deaths In China | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
BEIJING, April 17 (Reuters) - Two more people in China have died from a new strain of avian influenza, bringing to 16 the number of deaths from the H7N9 virus, and the government has warned that the number of infections could rise.
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This is frightning because the disease has spread outside the borders of China and many of the infected people have had little to no exposure to poultry, causing scientists to question whether or not the disease is actually from birds at all. This could mean that the infection is more contageous and dangerous than expected.

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scoste26's comment, April 21, 2013 12:09 AM
I heard that some of the first victim's parents were working within the poultry business. Could it be like the movie "Contagion" where the disease started and was passed on through touch? I have a feeling that that is what happened, but people don't realize it all the time.
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Report: Senate Democrats Blocking Resolution Honoring Thatcher

Report: Senate Democrats Blocking Resolution Honoring Thatcher | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
Senate Democrats are holding up a resolution to honor former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who died on Monday at age 87, a Heritage Foundation affiliate reports.

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This article is about how Senate Democrats wanted to honor Margret Thatcher for her political significance and loyalty to the United States. The resolution was passed on Tuesday. 

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Brian Burroughs's comment, April 20, 2013 8:20 PM
It sounds to me that the democrats didn't want to honor her. That's why they are blocking it right? I don't know much about Thatcher but she sounds like a pretty big deal. We would be silly not to honor her regardless of different political beliefs.
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Maryland Governor Taxes Rain

Maryland Governor Taxes Rain | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
Maryland Democratic Governor Martin O’Malley has instituted a tax on citizens for the amount of rain that falls on their property. (@politichickAM #Maryland now taxes RAIN! No joke!
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I personally think that this is ridiculous. It isn't like people can control the amount of rain that falls in a particular location. This is no different than people saying "We are now taxing you for inhailing oxygen on a regular basis because we went off our meds last week and we need money for this new thing we wanna do.". I think they could take a different approach and find a better way to get the money they need. People can't control rainfall, so putting a tax on it is entirely illogical and unfair to the tax payers.

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Supreme Court Attorney Argues that Fighting Gay Marriage is Like Fighting Interracial Marriage

Supreme Court Attorney Argues that Fighting Gay Marriage is Like Fighting Interracial Marriage | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
The Supreme Court arguments on the issue of gay marriage have brought in protesters from around the nation.  Most of them support the idea, while there are some who do not.

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This article is about how people are compairing fighting gay marriage with fighting interracial marriage in the 1960's. I really agree with this because 46 years ago people were protesting against interracial marriage saying that it would be "destorying the sanctitiy of marriage". That's exactly what people are saying about gay marriage today. That argument obviously hasn't worked in the past, so I really don't get why they are still using it. Some people argue that they are not similar because a straight interracial couple could have a child biologically related to both parents and a gay couple could not. However, if that same straight couple happened to be infertile, they would have very few differences with the gay couple. That being said, they are very similar cases. Anyway, I hope someday gay marriage will have the same acceptance as interracial marriage, or any marriage for that matter.

 

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scoste26's comment, April 6, 2013 12:15 PM
I think that the only reason see this as something so abnormal is the fact that their parents/grandparents didn't grow up with it. Obviously many things are changing about an American's way of life and people just need to accept the fact that people can love whoever they want. No one can actually stop them. Just like a mother can't actually stop her daughter/son from going to parties during college. It is just something that is going to happen and people just need to stop fighting about it.
Brian Burroughs's comment, April 6, 2013 5:57 PM
When we think about the people that were against racial issues and segregating blacks 40 years ago we think of mean ignorant stupid people... In 40 years that is how we will be thinking of people that are opposed to gay marriage. It's just the way it is. Might as well make it legal so they don't have to come back and fix it later.
Mariah Zamzow's comment, April 6, 2013 11:31 PM
I think that this is really interesting. I think that unfortunately this is what is happening in society. It makes me sick when people make stupid arguments like these ones they are saying. It is going to be really sad for the people to see how ridiculous they are being down the road. It is just as ridiculous as people were during the first Civil Rights Movement. Some people just have to feel like they are superior to others.
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KENYA: Women Elected to One-Fifth of Seats During Kenyan Elections

KENYA: Women Elected to One-Fifth of Seats During Kenyan Elections | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it

With the focus of local and international media on Kenya’s ability to maintain peace and stability, improvements in women’s political participation were an unsung success story of the country’s national elections, held earlier this month.

 

After one of the most high-profile campaigns in Kenyan history, 87 of the 416 seats in the newly-established National Assembly and Senate chambers will be held by women. Previously, just 22 women sat in the old 222-seat Parliament, which did not have a Senate.


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This artical is about Kenya's successful election of 87 women to 416 seats of the National Assembly and Senate.

 

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Separated

Separated | Gov&Law3c | Scoop.it
Parents and children separated by past policies and practices of forced adoption tell their very personal stories. (Today the Federal Government will apologise to those affected by past policies and practices of forced adoption....
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This article is interesting because it talks about those who were forced into adoption and never got to know their parents. You never really get to hear these stories. That is all.

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scoste26's comment, March 21, 2013 8:47 PM
I don't understand why someone would take a child from their mother of father. It is their blood and their child. Why would one of the parents not doing something about this? If I had my child taken from me I would have taken it to court. I do believe that it wasn't the child's choice, but the actual parents should take some sort of action in this. They could always try to find their child.