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The Sprint of Destiny: Triumph and Tribulation in “The Warriors”

In the cinematic spectacle “The Warriors,” a harrowing dash through the sprawling greens of New York City Park becomes a matter of life and death as the Baseball Furies hunt down The Warriors. This desperate flight is not just a scene of fiction; it mirrors the very essence of our reality. Life’s journey is crowded […]

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The Evolution of Equality: Unraveling Plessy and Embracing Inclusivity

The Plessy v. Ferguson case, which once sanctioned the division of train seats by race, ultimately faltered. The Supreme Court recognized that the Equal Protection and Due Process Clauses possess a broader reach. Equal protection transcends mere safeguarding against physical harm, encompassing protections against racial discrimination. Similarly, due process is not confined to preventing chattel […]

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The Emancipation Paradox: Why the Proclamation Struggled in the South

Supreme Court Justice Curtis argued that if slaves are property, they can’t be made citizens in the first place. And citizens cannot be made property. Despite this, President Lincoln believed otherwise and sought to transform slaves into citizens by seizing this “property” and setting it free.

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Interpreting the Fifth Amendment: The Exclusion of Slaves as “Persons” in Antebellum America

During the era of slavery in the United States, the Due Process Clause of the Fifth Amendment was interpreted in a manner that excluded slaves from its protection. The prevailing legal doctrine did not recognize slaves as “persons” or as part of “the people,” thus rendering the constitutional safeguards of the Fifth Amendment inapplicable to […]

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The California Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal’s “Weekend At Bernie’s” Policy

In the quirky corners of California’s courtrooms, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals had a policy that was turning heads-and spinning them right off! They had decided that a judge’s vote could be cast from beyond the pearly gates.

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Here’s Something They Don’t Tell You About King David

Here’s something they don’t tell you about King David, his resurrection, and forgiveness. In the new world, Uriah, the murdered husband of Bathsheba, will have to learn to forgive King David for murdering him and talking his wife, Bathsheba. After all, King David will be one of the newly resurrected Kings in the new world […]

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Beyond Boundaries: The Governance Dilemma in an Era of Teleportation

The conundrum of regulating teleportation looms large over governments, as the phenomenon transcends their traditional sphere of influence. Objects have been teleported for some time, and whispers suggest that governments strive to shroud this in secrecy, though such secrets are scarcely kept in today’s interconnected world. The very concept of government as we know it […]

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Jetson ONE: Breaking Borders with Open Source Plans, Solid State Batteries, And Cheap Cost

With the availability of open-source plans for the Jetson One, the freedom to traverse the skies has become accessible and affordable. The cost-effective components mirror the affordability of the vehicle itself. Much like migratory birds undeterred by national borders, the Jetson One soars beneath radar detection, offering a liberating flight experience. Each journey grants you […]

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Balancing Voluntary Support and Judicial Authority in CARE Court

The CARE Court offers voluntary support to homeless individuals with mental health issues. However, like other courts, it has the authority to mandate treatments such as lobotomy or electroconvulsive therapy, even if the person has willingly joined the CARE program.

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The Shadow Economy: Exploitation Under the Guise of Charity

In the shadows of altruism, a troubling scenario unfolds where churches secure contracts with Wholefoods grocery stores, not for the noble cause of feeding the needy, but to fuel a clandestine operation that lines their pockets. The impoverished become unwitting pawns in a lucrative game, a mere pretext for profit under the pretense of aid. […]

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