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Obama Signs Last-Minute “Civil Rights Crimes” Bill. “Cold Cases” Warm At Last?

January 19, 2017 • Iziah Thompson
Just before leaving office, President Obama has made a statement for civil rights and on that, supporters of it would say, honors the many lives lost on the road to achieving them for all Americans. The Emmet Till Bill — or  “The Emmet Till Unsolved C …

Vlog 1/13/17: Kwanzaa as an US Official Holiday? Puerto Rican US Voting Rights?

January 13, 2017 • Naomi Wolf Transcript: Hi everyone! I’m excited to be live on Facebook, and soon on the DailyClout home page, talking to our community of people from all over America and around the world, who are tired of being shut out of democracy …

Puerto Ricans Are Welcome to Serve in the US Military…but Are Forbidden to Vote in US Presidential Elections

January 11, 2017 • Danielle Terricciato
People at a Political Rally Kate Rubins is a 38-year-old astronaut for NASA — born in Connecticut and raised in California. She is one of the few Americans ever to cast a vote from outside Planet Earth; she cast her vote for President in the 2016 US e …

Should Protesters Be Allowed To Burn US Flags?

December 30, 2016 • Danielle Terricciato
While many Americans cheered the victory of Donald J Trump in the US election, others were distressed that this candidate had become the new President of the United States. Some of those opponents expressed their sentiments in a controversial but time- …

The Electoral College May Never Die

December 20, 2016 • Jasper Zweibel
Yesterday, across the country, members of the Electoral College cast their ballots at last, and confirmed Donald J. Trump as President-Elect. There is a lot of protest and dissension right now about the institution of the Electoral College. Many voters …

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