Wednesday, July 18, 2018

7 results for 'rights'

A Liberal Argues Against Gun Control

By Humble Opinion, published on May 22, 2012

...a thing could never happen here in the United States. I beg to differ. As corporate ruthlessness, greed, and influence merges entirely with our system of government, indeed, overshadows it, can the day be far off when someone actually will stand up and suspend the Constitution and our Bill Of Rights on some pretense or another? What will gun control advocates do when there is no one to stand and and say no to any would be tyrant through the threat of the combined weight of gun owners might? That my friends, is probably the only reason why our government and corporate masters even bother to ... (more)

Tags: politics, second amendment, crime, liberals, conservatives, government, rights, guns

Unholy Nexus

By Uttam Gill, published on Apr 7, 2012

Anything which is conceivable to divert, to lie, and to suppress, with an aim to make a headline, is the emerging doctrine that shows up in our headlines.

This perceptible shift in the investigative journalism is certainly alarming. What is perhaps even more horiffying is to watch the reaction of ordinary people.

The dramatic tendency of their reaction indicates a calamity of thoughts that over time appears to typically degenerate to extreme subservience, to faceless accussations, yet powerful lobbies of corruption.

The captivated audience of this great nation, who... (more)

Tags: journalism, corruption, rights, story, nation, deception, nexus

We, The People of India

By Uttam Gill, published on Dec 26, 2011

Oh! What a pathetic state we are into. We, the people of India are made to beg. We, the people of India at every point and time encounter corruption. We, the people of India are being tamed mercilessly. We, the people of India are being taken for granted.

Country is is simmering...masses are restless...People are talking...Everybody is so concerned about the state of the country. With scandalous affairs of corrupt individuals, companies and public servants, the country is slipping in to anarchy. Corrupts are amassing wealth over the miseries of common people. Significantly... (more)

Tags: india, corruption, rights, system, mass awareness

Egoistic Fraud and Capitalistic Vainglory

By Caballero_69, published on Jun 11, 2011

...or she is a citizen and not simply a consumer to dedicate his or her life, fortune and sacred honor to the Republic. Those who cannot or will not keep faith with their civic inheritance will soon squander or lose it.

As to happiness, how can Ms. Rand a purported champion of individual rights deny to any the right to determine the warp and woof of one’s happiness? Might anyone rationally conclude that not only her or his pursuit of happiness but also the enjoyment of such happiness is crucially dependent on living in a just society with liberty, equity, and prosperity for all? Or ... (more)

Tags: politics, democracy, capitalism, altruism, rights, morality, citizenship, ideals, ethics, vision, egoism, sacrifice

The Eyesore Of The World

By Paul Wylie, published on Mar 21, 2011 the area, the place named after one of our Revolutionary War heroes looks out over almost the entire affront to decency and freedom called Guantanamo Bay. Once a proud U.S. Naval Base, standing tall in the face of Castro's dictatorship, the site has become synonymous with torture and human rights abuses.

When President Bush announced his war on a noun to the world, he and others within in his administration knew that in order to pretend to be producing results they would have to start taking prisoners, it was decided by the fascists in charge that those prisoners could not be... (more)

Tags: obama, politics, republicans, democrats, gitmo, lies, rights, abuses, prisoners

Leaving a Judicial Footprint: California Family Law

By Rushgal, published on Mar 31, 2010

...sufficient to determine what is in the best interest of a child. It may be enough time to effect settlement and develop agreements, but in no way should a child's life be effected by merely 90 minutes of a nerve racking, emotional meeting with a person who is not fully informed of ALL the relevant facts, and possibly not qualified. To be a mediator is to be a psychologist. Let's only employ properly credentialed psychologists, verify those credentials, and find a place in the law for accountability. In doing so, we will be that much closer to materializing our Constitutional Rights.


Tags: california, courts, family, justice, constitution, law, accountability, judge, rights, elkins, family law, system, custody, mediation, constitutional, right, legal, attorney

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