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The RIGHT To Vote?
Unlike the Rights of the 1st Amendment to the Constitution of freedom of religion and speech, and the right to assemble and redress grievances, the Constitution does not specifically define the Right to Vote. It does describe the process of voting but does not specifically define it as a Right. It seems the founders took the Right to Vote for granted. This ambiguity in our Constitution for such a fundamental and essential function has been a cause of much contention in recent years. Continue reading
Apathy in America
On a good national election about 60% of registered voters vote. About 35% of American citizens aren’t even registered to vote. Thus in reality on a good national election only about 45% of all American citizens vote and on a … Continue reading