Constitution stories, books, poems, and more

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This article is about the legality of police road stops on a highway. Read More
This article deals with the constitutional rule of Substantive Due Process. Read More
This article asserts that a Guardian had a Fiduciary Duty to the Ward. Furthermore, only and equitable guardianship is valid, not a guardianship at law. Read More
A candid essay regarding the Bible and whether its contents, although divinely inspired should be taken literally and if not should it therefore be amended further? Read More
This is an in your face, no holdback rant about today's world and the people in it. How we treat each other, the planet and our purpose if any. This is what we have created for ourselves and now we must lie in our filth. Maybe someday, this will… Read More
A brief discussion about the facts concerning banning High Capacity Magazines and Assault look alike weapons and the results of doing so. Read More
A brief essay on man and how we as a society have veered from the path our forefather's had planned for us when they laid out the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. I go into detail just how big our National debt is and the unspoken unfunded liabilities.… Read More
This is a short story or essay I wrote about the ever-present racism that is still spread like cancer throughout the United States. I have started a movement to end one tendril of this cancer by referring to African Americans as Blacks, simply because they are just as American… Read More
An essay about my personal experiences with racism. The use of African American as a designator of race and not point of origin. The fact that we are essentially all Africans, having all originated from Africa. How we should abandon African American as a designation of the race for… Read More
In discussions of the electoral process, one controversial issue is whether the Electoral College should be abolished. Some believe it is undemocratic. David Stewart, in the article, “Abolish the Electoral College,” argues that “the presidential elector system is an anachronistic vestige of aristocratic attitudes, both undemocratic and easily manipulated.” By… Read More
In the United States, with all of its economic woes, the term “reach-across-the-aisle” is frequently reported as the means of dealing with these woes. For example, if the Republicans would only “reach-across-the-aisle” and (compromise) or if the Democrats would only “reach-across-the-aisle and (compromise).” Compromise: Yes? or No? Read More

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Congress has a bill to consider...But perhaps it shouldn't pass it. If you hate my writing, tell me. Write a comment longer than my story, if you want. If you love it, tell me--tell my why. Tell me what. I want to know. Thanks...enjoy! Read More
After going through all of the various life experiences I always intended to write a novel. All of my friends and relatives have urged me to write a novel about my life and I have always intended to do just that but have never made the commitment.I'm sure your life… Read More
How can we keep our schools and society safe from Mass Murdering Shooters? Some communities are already doing it. What steps the Federal Government is proposing for Gun Control and how it should protect you? Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 26, 2013

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Written: circa 2011 Meaning: They passed a few laws in the state where I live that are in direct opposition of the United States Constitution and I was pretty angry about it, but it seemed as though nobody else cared to stand up against it. I wrote this poem to… Read More
Proposition #1: The United States of America it not now, nor was it ever a Christian nation. It was designed by our founding fathers to be a nation of free peoples, most of whom were Christians when the nation was founded, but now the peoples of our nation have degenerated… Read More
Author Rodney Page weaves a riveting and suspenseful saga of an administration plagued by corruption and erupting scandals leading to inevitable criminal cover-ups that escalate to blackmail . . . and much worse. A legal challenge to the administration’s overt violation of First Amendment rights makes its way to the… Read More

Poem / True Confessions

February 20, 2012

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Just shit that I was feeling at the moment Read More
This is just something that poped out of my mind sorry if it's really short. Read More

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Our freedom of speech is being taken away. Read More
My name is Hasten, Hasten Vey. I’m a twenty-three year old university professor at Howard. I’m also a guardian, as a guardian it’s my duty to protect the Constitution, ‘cause now people disguised just like you and me are out to destroy America’s beautiful piece of work. Read More
Sometimes one needs to stand up and speak about injustices carried out. Read More

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People talk a great deal of wanting the USA to be where it was in the Reagan era, where there were homes,jobs,money, stability. People are to be blamed for the ills befalling this nation because they voted for men and women who are full of apathy to rule over them.… Read More
“We need to get back to the Constitution.” You hear this coming out of the mouths of conservative-oriented people day-after-day. It’s as though recent governmental decisions have been made in total disregard for our Constitution. It’s this “get back to the Constitution” rhetoric that discloses the ignorance of many conservative-types… Read More
An Essay I wrote about the gay rights movement for gay marriage with special focus on Proposition 8 for my Senior Year term paper. (This essay was written during December 2008 and January 2009 for event purposes, please keep this in mind since this essay is over a year old… Read More

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An experimental piece, The world is ruled by a one global government founded on the ideas of Humanism, the story follows young Kaylan and Eva as they encounter life n this new world of the future. Kaylan is expected to join the ruling society, as Eva fights for woman to… Read More

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Comedy sketch/skit set on July 3rd 1776 featuring Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin working out what to put into the American Declaration of Independence. I have a major problem with the formatting of this one - tried loads of times to upload it correctly, but it just won't. Read More
This book is outlined as a constitution which consists of a Bill of Rights that Christian ladies are encouraged to follow according to Biblical principles. In this book the author reveals her past unhealthy relationship with her "Christian" ex-boyfriend, she also outlines the different scenarios Christian females may face in… Read More

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The controversy over Obama's speech inspired me to write this piece that asks us to question ourselves about the Constitution. Read More
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