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Inventor of the World Wide Web calls for online 'Bill of Rights'

The British inventor of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, wants a digital bill of rights to protect Internet users from surveillance. Today is the 25-year anniversary of the Web's creation.

Worksheet asks children to remove parts of the Bill of Rights Special

A student in Bryant School District in Arkansas brought home a worksheet that presented her with a scenario that referred to the Bill of Rights as “outdated” and that as part of a special committee she would need to throw out two of the Amendments.

Trucker Ride for the Constitution calls for repeal of Patriot Act

In an interview with WND.com, formerly World News Daily, Ride for the Constitution organizer Zeeda Andrews called for the repeal of the USA Patriot Act.

Op-Ed: If Abrams tanks are outlawed, only outlaws will have Abrams tanks

Washington - People wonder why they call them "gun nuts." According to the website Right Wing Watch, a right wing radio show host said, basically, no limits on the 2nd Amendment means, no limits!

Op-Ed: Give up the US Constitution? Not a good idea

Sydney - A constitutional lawyer, L.M. Seidman, has raised the issue of giving up the US Constitution. It took obvious personal guts to raise this issue, but it’s a necessary debate when government is dysfunctional.

Digital Bill of Rights proposed by bi-partisan SOPA opponents

Two lawmakers from opposing sides of the political spectrum are proposing a Digital Bill of Rights to protect the Internet.

Op-Ed: Shoot First Ask Later — Gun Laws in the U.S

A look at the gun laws in the United States and the history of the 2nd Amendment. How has this amendment been distorted to commit crimes and make money for the gun lobbyists.

Op-Ed: Owning a gun is not a basic civil right

Trayvon Martin's death is drawing attention to the gun laws in the United States. These gun laws hamper the freedoms of people that want to live in country where they don't know who has a gun or a neighbor that might use a gun on them for no good reason.

Animal welfare group proposes bill of rights for dolphins

Vancouver - A coalition of scientists, ethicists and animal welfare groups is proposing a bill of rights for dolphins. The group says dolphins are so intelligent that they should be thought of as "non-human persons" and given due protection under law.

Obama Demanded NDAA Include Americans for Indefinite Detainment

Using his threat of vetoing the controversial National Defense Authorization Act, known as the NDAA, President Obama demanded that indefinite detainment include American citizens, sources say.

NDAA Vote Could Force Recall of Montana Senators, Congressman

On Christmas Day, Montanans decided to give their Congressional district a gift they won't soon forget— a notice of possible recall of the Senators and one Congressman who voted for the controversial, National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

Clinton Wants New GI Bill of Rights

Hillary Rodham Clinton wants to give men and women in uniform a new "Bill of Rights." Clinton also says the Republican party has not done a good of a job as the Democrats could do in providing for U.S. troops.

JetBlue Formal Apology

Jetblue CEO issues a public apology with Bill of Rights for its customers.

Internet bill of rights proposed

A bill of rights for the internet age has been proposed at a United Nations' conference in Athens.
 

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