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Tag Archives: Constitution
Why I Oppose the TPP and T-TIP
When you make profit the only or the top value, all others suffer. Human decency, respect for life, protection of the young and the old, honor and character, the middle class, quality of goods and services, privacy, freedom to live, … Continue reading
Posted in Politics, Rants and Raves Tagged billionaires, bust the trusts, capitalism, character, Constitution, corporate state, freedom, goods, honor, human decency, laws, Life, middle class, privacy, profit, protection, quality, respect, services, T-TIP, Too Big to Fail, TPP, values, We the People Leave a comment
Citizen’s Right to Vote
For all those who have started calling for a Voters Rights Amendment, please don’t waste your time. The 14th, 15th and 19th Amendments already guarantee the right to vote to all citizens and define who citizens are. Today’s decision by … Continue reading
Posted in Politics, Rants and Raves Tagged Amendment, Citizens, Civil Rights, Confederacy, Constitution, decision, racism, racist, racists, SCOTUS, vote, Voter, Voting Leave a comment
Ponder This – Protect the Post Office
Here’s a question to ponder. Currently, the federal Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) and rules based on it govern how real estate closings are done. This includes purchases, sales and refinances. One rule under RESPA involves a 3 day … Continue reading
Posted in Independent Business, Notary Public, Politics Tagged Constitution, PO, Post Office, service, USPS 1 Comment