Here are some of the most beautiful amendments of the United States constitution. For those of you who claim it is outdated and does not apply to today’s society, I ask you to please read these and ask yourself which society you want to be apart of. These were all meant to protect the people’s interests, not the government. The government changes but the people who reside in this nation do not have to abide by a changing tyrannical government. How many times do you see the government, or police, frivolously breaking these amendments? Your human rights come before the rights of our government. That is what the constitution was made for. For the people by the people. It’s not about guns, not even just freedom of speech. If u read u will see just how important it is in these writings that are pleading for the maintenance of human rights, equality, and justice of you and your loved ones. If you do not agree then u r going to set ur self up to be governed by a communist regime that does not care about your rights but chooses your rights. Choose your congress wisely, for they are the ones to help protect you in this. We need more misguided “millennials” and people judging from other nations to thoroughly read and understand the context of the amendments. Our nation cannot be governed the same as other free nations, we fled Brittain for these purposes, to become our own, and our own we shall remain. These very amendments also go along the lines of the very declaration of human rights established by the United nations. Understanding your rights and freedoms takes away the ability to be oppressed, knowledge is power people . It’s not about left or right, it’s about the people.


My wish for 2018

A revolution happens but not with violence. We strip the rich and powerful of their ability to hold us down with the two things that can ruin them. Running of offices and voting. Vote OUT the sexists and racists. Vote OUT the old white men who’s ideas are whiter and older. Vote OUT hate and distain for those who are in a lesser position.

Vote IN young people with fresh ideas. Vote IN those who can’t be bought up by companies with a simple wave of money in hand. Vote IN compassionate individuals who understand their privilege and want to help those who are less fortunate.

If you can’t vote for these people. Run. Run for office, even if you don’t think you don’t have a shot. We are tired of racist, sexist old rich white men. You may surprise yourself.

Long lasting change starts with kicking out the old. BRING IN NEW POLITICANS IN 2018.

The Senate’s push to overrule the FCC on net neutrality now has 50 votes, Democrats say
The tally leaves supporters just one vote shy of the 51 required to pass a Senate resolution of disapproval, in a legislative gambit aimed at restoring the agency's net neutrality rules.
By https://www.facebook.com/brian.d.fung




Net Neutrality: AT&T CEO Calls for Congress to Pass ‘Internet Bill of Rights’
(24 Jan 2018) AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson is calling for Congress to pass an “Internet Bill of Rights” as a solution to the long debate over net neutrality, including provisions that would require that internet providers not discriminate in the way they treat online traffic. “Congressional action is needed to establish an ‘Internet Bill of Rights’ that applies to all internet companies and guarantees neutrality, transparency, openness, non-discrimination, and privacy protection for all internet users,” Stephenson wrote in a blog post on Wednesday. It also ran in an ad in major newspapers...
By Ted Johnson

(reddit comments)

1.  This is how wars start.

2.  Socialism on paper and in practice are diametric opposites.

3.  Socialism and liberty are antonyms.

4.  Socialism does not stop at its basic implementation.  It continues to creep and creep further into c̶i̶t̶i̶z̶e̶n̶s̶ subjects’ lives in order to achieve success.  FYI: socialism never succeeds.

5.  Socialism’s best moment is its end.

Originally posted by themaninthegreenshirt