Political Thinking In The Streets

In no other time has the United States been so splintered. Yes, the Conservative Government in Britain supporting paid mandatory ‘Parental’ leave does go against their grain; but in the UK they are ‘between a rock and a hard place’. The problem for the Conservatives in the UK is that such ‘Social’ Policies are popular with the ‘voting’ public, including Conservative Voters; so to make wholesale changes to such policies would be ‘political suicide’; the best they can do is to just tweak the laws they don’t like. Specialties include: All Civil Law, Small Claims, Civil Rights, Class Action, General Legal and more. The lands that became the United States of America and Canada were first inhabited by Indigenous Peoples descended from far in the past – Native North Americans. They all arrived from the northernmost reaches of Asia anywhere from 6,000 to 12,000 years or more previous to their … Read the rest

Political Thinking In The Streets

Because so many people have home offices today, there is a greater need to have a complete supply of things for a home office whether it is furniture, paper supplies or computers and other electronic equipment likes faxes and printers. We all have our own opinion about this issue and while I can appreciate your point, the fact is, abortion is legel in America, so, nobody here in America receiving an “American abortion” as you like to point out, is murdering anyone, under the law anyway. Obviously not everyone agrees with this, but that’s what makes this country so great, for now at least, we still have the freedom to disagree. The Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments warrant additional attention. The Fifth Amendment also states: No person shall be … deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law … ” (U.S. Const. amend. V). The Fourteenth Amendment states: … Read the rest