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Question:How has the George Zimmerman trial changed the way we see the right to self defense?
Answer:The Zimmerman Verdict and the Right to Self Defense in America It has been almost two weeks now since George Zimmerman was acquitted of murder in the death of a young man named Tra...
 
Question:Why Should I Be An Activist?
Answer:Politics in the United States today is to many the picture of hopelessness and corruption....
 
Question:Can the Government restrict your rights to gun ownership?
Answer:Many people fear that the government is going to ban the manufacture and possession of firearms in the United States....
 
Question:masculinity, competition, social organization?
Answer:Analysis and Social Organization of Masculinity Pertaining to Women’s issues....
 
Question:Should a citizen on welfare have his aid compromised due to naroctic associated crime?
Answer:A citizen on welfare is a citizen whom has had his or her share of bumps on the road throughout their lifespan....
 
Question:Is it legal to shout "fire" in a crowded theater?
Answer:Though the image often represents illegal speech, shouting fire in a crowded theater refers to an outdated legal standard....
 
Question:As an American citizen, what are my First Amendment rights?
Answer:The First Amendment to the United States Constitution is one of the ten original amendments passed as part of the Bill of Rights....
 
Question:I believe my employer has violated my civil rights as an employee. Can I take legal act...
Answer:Discrimination in the workplace is illegal under both federal and state laws....
 
Question:Is Obama is destroying the Constitution?
Answer:In a word, yes. Barack Hussein Obama is destroying the Constitution by using Chicago thug political techniques to mount broad and deep attacks on the Constitution, generally and th...
 
Question:Is freedom of speech in America still necessary?
Answer:The most treasured and irreplaceable aspect of our Constitution is its inelastic adherence to ensuring freedom and the individual rights of citizens....
 
Question:Are there any limits to free speech in the United States?
Answer:What are the limits to free speech? Under the First Amendment to the U....
 
Question:Do protests, marches and rallies help or hurt a cause?
Answer:It is unrealistic to believe that there could ever be a law written that was perceived as fair and reasonable by 100% of the people....
 
Question:Why must police advise a suspect of his right to remain silent?
Answer:The civil rights which police officers routinely read to a criminal suspect, commonly known as the Miranda warnings, originate from the landmark United States Supreme Court decisio...
 
Question:Why would a citizen petition the government and is it effective?
Answer:As human beings, we have an unalienable right to freedom of speech, and as Americans the First Amendment to our Federal Constitution guarantees and protects this right....
 
Question:To what extent are Wikileaks’ actions protected under First Amendment rights?
Answer:How do you handcuff a man with no hands? Or lock somebody up in jail, when there is no physical body to confine? This is the digital era, where online exploits running the gamut fr...
 
Question:What are some issues surrounding marriage equality in America?
Answer:There are some issues surrounding marriage equality in America....
 
Question:What should someone do if stopped and/or arrested for driving while intoxicated?
Answer:Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) or Driving Under the Influence (DUI) laws vary from state to state, but everyone has basic rights, guaranteed by both their respective states and th...
 
Question:I was stopped by the police, what are my rights?
Answer:It’s important in this case to quickly realize that you do not have to submit to any sort of search, as he has a burden of proof in order to be able to enter your car....
 

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