2017-02-27T11:02:03ZA short timeline history of the death penalty (capital punishment) in the United States.
2017-02-27T11:02:03Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" > itemprop="description" >When I first began
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZA history and timeline of human rights, with emphasis on human rights documents.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZAn illustrated history of the American gay rights movement.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZA look at the Libertarian Party's Platform, including the party's stance on fiscal policy, property rights, public services and corporations.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZA theocracy operates under divine rule. The term refers to a government operated by religious authorities who claim power in the name of a deity.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZNo organization has done more to promote civil liberties in the United States than the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZA timeline history of the imperial presidency.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZA timeline history of religious freedom in the United States.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZGun rights came under fire during the administration of President Bill Clinton. The Clinton administration brought about the Assault Weapons Ban and the Brady Bill, as well as several executive orders that pushed through new gun control measures.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZSupreme Court cases dealing with pornography.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZA timeline history of press freedom in the United States.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZFrom Minnesota gun control to Minnesota handgun laws, this is intended as a brief overview for Minnesota gun owners.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZGun rights took a step forward during President Ronald Reagan's administration, but took a step back after his presidency due in part to legislation that he supported. Learn about the important Second Amendment-related measures of the Reagan era, how they related to gun rights, and President Ronald Reagan's stance on them.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZDoes the Second Amendment protect the right to bear arms? The debate hinges on the meaning of two commas.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZProstitution has existed in nearly every civilization on earth, stretching back throughout all of recorded human history.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZGun rights took a step forward under the administration of President George W. Bush. A federal ban on assault weapons expired during the administration of George W. Bush and nominations to the U.S. Supreme Court led to two major court victories favoring the Second Amendment. However, President Bush also supported some mild gun control measures.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZSupreme Court cases dealing with the Second Amendment and gun control.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZHistory of Racial Profiling - An Illustrated History of Racial Profiling in the United States
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZGun rights in New York. Learn more about gun rights in New York in this overview of gun laws in New York. From New York gun control to New York handgun laws, this is intended as a brief guide for New York gun owners.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZSupreme Court cases dealing with the Fourteenth Amendment.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZA biography of Wayne LaPierre, a career-long employee of the National Rifle Association and long-time executive director and CEO of the NRA. LaPierre has been a staunch supporter of gun rights throughout his career as a political lobbyist and has drawn both praise and criticism as the public spokesman of the NRA.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZLooking for information on different types of libertarians, including anarcho-capitalists, civil libertarians, classical liberals, fiscal libertarians, geolibertarians, left-libertarians, libertarian socialists, minarchists, neolibertarians, Objectivists, and paleolibertarians? You've come to the right place!
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZGun rights in Missouri. Learn more about gun rights in Missouri in this overview of gun laws in Missouri. From Missouri gun control to Missouri handgun laws, this is intended as a brief guide for Missouri gun owners.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZThe 5 most common arguments against the separation of church and state, with rebuttals.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZThe Miller test is the standard used by courts to define obscenity. It comes from the Supreme Court's 5-4 ruling in Miller v. California (1973).
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2017-02-27T11:02:03ZIs abortion legal in every state? It is unless the Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade is overturned, but services may be hard to find in some states.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZThe American Family Association has published ten arguments against same-sex marriage. Unfortunately for the AFA, none of these arguments hold water.
2017-02-27T11:02:03ZShould human cloning be banned? Tom Head weighs the pros and cons.