• Bill of Rights (Beibs in the Trap)
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    Bill of Rights (Beibs in the Trap)

    – I just looked at the Constitution – Add 10 Amendments to make it better – First Amendment for, our basic freedom – And we got freedom of religion – Also freedom of speech and press – Can assemble and petition -Then the second Amendment states -We can have guns for our own – So we can protect ourselves, from all other harm – Protect from all harm – Protect from all harm – There’s Amendment three – Yeah, there’s amendment three – Soldiers in our home, quartered in our home – I said that’s a no – I said that’s a no – not in our home – not…

  • AP NSL Rocks (“Rachs”): The Bill of Rights feat. Sergei Rachmaninoff
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    AP NSL Rocks (“Rachs”): The Bill of Rights feat. Sergei Rachmaninoff

    The first amendment gives us freedoms Free speech and press, and free exercise Congress shall make no law establishing a national religion Next up, amendment two The right to bear your arms To protect your state with militias Amendment three keeps your free From some soldiers quartering in your house Next, amendment four Your houses, papers and effects are protected against unreasonable searches and seizures And now, amendment five Can’t deprive life, liberty without due process of law Guaranteed grand jury And you can’t be tried double jeopardy And the right to remain silent Sixth amendment, speedy public trial by impartial jury And witnesses, and assistance of counsel for defense…

  • Nine Line Explains | How to change the constitution.
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    Nine Line Explains | How to change the constitution.

    There is a process that is rarely seen, but is so crucial to the American political process. The addition of an amendment to the U S constitution [MUSIC. ] this topic has found itself back into the news these days with the equal rights amendment. And what is the equal rights amendment you ask? Well, I’m here to tell you the equal rights amendment is or was a proposed amendment to the United States constitution designed to guarantee equal legal rights for all American citizens regardless of sex. It seeks to end the legal distinctions between men and women in matters of divorce, property employment, and a slew of other…

  • NRA Wayne LaPierre Speech | 2020 CPAC
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    NRA Wayne LaPierre Speech | 2020 CPAC

    Hello, CPAC! I tell you, it’s great to be back here, surrounded by patriots like all of you who do the hard work everyday for freedom. Thank you very much for doing that. You know we Americans, we breathe freer air, we live freer lives. We have more opportunity from the day we’re born, than anyone else on the planet. And It’s because of the freedoms that are enshrined in our Bill of Rights and our Constitution. And I’m proud to lead an organization of five million patriotic members who…yeah 5 million! Who have done more to defend and advance freedom, then any organization in modern history. In fact, over…

  • Can the Constitution Adapt to Future Circumstances? [No. 86]
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    Can the Constitution Adapt to Future Circumstances? [No. 86]

    Even though the Constitution should be interpreted as other laws are interpreted with their original public meaning, this does not mean that the Constitution can’t adapt to future circumstances. In fact, the Framers did at least three things in the Constitution that allowed it to be flexible and adaptable into the future. First the Framers wrote a lot of the constitutional provisions in broad terms. They said Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech. They didn’t say Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom to write with quill and parchment thus the First Amendment applies to the Internet. The Fourth Amendment protects against unreasonable searches and…

  • Virginia Ratifies the Equal Rights Amendment | The Daily Show
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    Virginia Ratifies the Equal Rights Amendment | The Daily Show

    One of the hardest things to do in America is pass an amendment to the Constitution. It’s harder than shooting a porno on the Amtrak Quiet Car. Because, you see, in order to be added to the Constitution, the amendment needs to pass in the House, needs to pass in the Senate and be ratified by 38 states. And how can you get 38 states to agree on anything? I mean, think about it. You can’t even get states to agree on potato salad. Yeah. I mean, if you show up to an Atlanta cookout with raisins, the only thing getting barbecued is your ass. In fact, it’s so tough…