Constitution

A constitution is a document that sets out the fundamental principles and rules of a government, and defines the powers and duties of the government and the rights and responsibilities of the citizens. Constitutions typically establish the structure and function of the government, and they often include provisions related to individual rights and freedoms.

Constitutions serve as the supreme law of a country or other political entity, and they provide a framework for the operation of the government. They often include provisions for the creation and powers of branches of government, such as the executive, legislative, and judicial branches, and they may also include provisions for the amendment of the constitution itself.

Constitutions are important because they establish the legal and political foundations of a country or other political entity, and they provide a basis for the rule of law. Many countries have written constitutions that are codified into a single document, while others have unwritten constitutions that are based on a combination of legal traditions and practices.

 

 

The Devil in the Details: After School Satan Club and Public Education
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The Devil in the Details: After School Satan Club and Public Education

Editor’s note: we include this article so you know what is happening across America, culturally, with regard to the “Satanic Panic.” “We know that there is a very real war in the heavenlies,” said Derrick Wilburn, an organizer with Advocates for D20 Kids, during a Sept. 14, 2022 presentation at Church For All Nations in…

Senate Passes 'National Trafficking and Modern Slavery Prevention Month' Resolution
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Senate Passes 'National Trafficking and Modern Slavery Prevention Month' Resolution

Washington—The Senate today passed unanimously a bipartisan resolution introduced by Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.) and Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) designating January as “National Trafficking and Modern Slavery Prevention Month.” “We can’t ignore the fact that, even in our modern society, sexual exploitation and forced labor continue,” said Senator Feinstein….

Louisiana systematically keeping people incarcerated past their release date
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Louisiana systematically keeping people incarcerated past their release date

Watch our event with a brilliant panel of activists discussing forced prison labor. Louisiana, the U.S. state dubbed the “world’s prison capital”, has a deep-rooted forced prison labor problem. In addition to this human rights violation, it is the only jurisdiction in the U.S. that is known to systematically keep people incarcerated past their release…

US Office For Victims Of Crime Celebrates 20 years of Anti-Trafficking Programs
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US Office For Victims Of Crime Celebrates 20 years of Anti-Trafficking Programs

To mark National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, the U.S. Office For Victims Of Crime (OVC) celebrated the 20th Anniversary of its Anti-Trafficking Programs on Thursday. The event highlighted the theme of Collaboration, Transformation, and Impact and how necessary grant funding has been for fighting human trafficking. “We will continue to bring the full force of…

The Solution To Human Trafficking Is Hiding In Plain Sight | The Daily Wire
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The Solution To Human Trafficking Is Hiding In Plain Sight | The Daily Wire

One in six teenage runaways become sex trafficking victims. Children, in fact, make up 20% of all trafficking victims. The statistics are staggering and tragic. They are motivating factors, though, in January being recognized as “Human Trafficking Awareness Month.” And while awareness is appreciated, it’s only the first step on the road to reform for a…

Lawsuit accusing private prisons in Arizona of slavery now before top appeals court
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Lawsuit accusing private prisons in Arizona of slavery now before top appeals court

A lawsuit from civil rights organizations accusing private prisons in Arizona of practicing slavery is now before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals amid a broad left-wing pushback against the use of private prisons and immigrant detention centers. The lawsuit, led by the NAACP, was initially filed in 2020 against the Arizona Department of Corrections,…

Atlanta’s ‘Cop City’ Protests Explained: An Activist Slain By Police And Georgia’s State Of Emergency
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Atlanta’s ‘Cop City’ Protests Explained: An Activist Slain By Police And Georgia’s State Of Emergency

Topline An Atlanta-based police and fire training facility pegged by protesters as “Cop City” has gained national attention following the killing of an environmental activist at the hands of police, and a tense standoff with protesters that has caused the governor to declare a state of emergency. Key Facts In September 2021, then-Atlanta mayor Keisha…

John Brown’s Subterranean Pass-Way

John Brown’s Subterranean Pass-Way

Read FERGUS M. BORDEWICH’s original post, from January 14th, 2006. JOHN BROWN believed that God himself had ordained him to bring an end to slavery. Achieving his goal hinged on a radical and deeply secret scheme: the establishment of an “Underground Pass-Way” that would extend the Underground Railroad more than a thousand miles southward through…

U.S. anti-trafficking law putting sex workers & trafficking survivors in danger
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U.S. anti-trafficking law putting sex workers & trafficking survivors in danger

The controversial Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act and Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (FOSTA/SESTA) is due to face an important hearing this week. ‘Anti-trafficking’ legislation causing harm Passed in 2018, FOSTA/SESTA is purportedly a piece of anti-trafficking legislation that has come under intense criticism for measures in the legislation that put sex workers at increased…

Tuesday headlines: Sex and labor trafficking in S.C. on the rise, report says
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Tuesday headlines: Sex and labor trafficking in S.C. on the rise, report says

The state’s Human Trafficking Task Force on Monday released its 2022 report that revealed an increase in the exploitation and trafficking of labor workers and children identified in sex trafficking cases. Charleston County was ranked No. 2 in the reports, according to S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson. He clarified that this does not mean the…