Randy Maugans interviews Jurist, researcher, and author, L. B. Bork on the historical law principles that will lead the United States (CORPORATION) suspension of the Constitution, In this interview we lay out the means by which YOU will become little more than captives to a state modeled on The Communist Manifesto. Think it can’t happen? It already IS.+ More details
Bryan Stevenson, Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) in Montgomery, Alabama, and professor at New York University School of Law, is one of the narrators in the documentary film "14: Dred Scott, Wong Kim Ark & Vanessa Lopez." In this short clip, Stevenson talks about the legacy of racial exclusion, incarceration, and citizenship for children of undocumented immigrants. Learn more at http://14themovie.com+ More details
Julie D. Soo, an attorney based in San Francisco, is one of the narrators in the documentary film "14: Dred Scott, Wong Kim Ark & Vanessa Lopez." In this short clip, Soo talks about her family history, US citizenship, and Wong Kim Ark. Learn more at http://14themovie.com+ More details
Elizabeth Wydra, Chief Counsel at the Constitutional Accountability Center in Washington, DC, is one of the narrators in the documentary film "14: Dred Scott, Wong Kim Ark & Vanessa Lopez." In this short clip, Wydra talks about her admiration for the citizenship clause of the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution. Learn more at http://14themovie.com+ More details
Videography: Malcolm Low Music composition / Video Editing: Studio Green Penguin Dancers: Gentry George, Matthew Perez Video used as part of live dance/theatre work, conceived/choreographed by Malcolm Low for Malcolm Low/Formal Structure. It appears in the work "In the Thrust Towards the Future...I Want to Leave Something of Use" - Men's Duet This video premiered in the work as performed November 2014 at Hostos Center for the Arts in the Repertory Theatre, in Bronx, NY. Filmed on location at Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance “In The Thrust Towards The Future…I Want To Leave Something Of Use was inspired by reading Isabel Wilkerson’s book, The Warmth of Other Suns,” says Mr. Low, “as well as from listening to and reading James Baldwin.” With choreography, video, original music and written text, this work takes a non-linear, non-literal look at the Great Migration of African Americans in America from 1916 to 1970. This work is supported by The MAP Fund. The MAP Fund is a program of Creative Capital, primarily supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. Additional support comes from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. In The Thrust Towards The Future…I Want To Leave Something Of Use is made possible in part by a 2014 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) Process Space artist residency and by public funds from the Manhattan Community Arts Fund, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by LMCC. LMCC.net+ More details
14th Amendment: a child born to an illegal alien is not entitled to citizenship.+ More details
Who has a right to be an American? Some say the 14th Amendment's "birthright citizenship" clause challenges us to define who we are as Americans. In 2011, members of Arizona’s legislature took up that challenge. As we start Constitution Week and Hispanic Heritage Month, we’d like to invite you to watch an emotionally packed scene that explores the question. For reasons of storytelling and time, we had to drop the scene from the final cut of our film, THE STATE OF ARIZONA, a tough decision because it's so raw.+ More details
This is the song Jekyll Island, from John Schaffer and the Sons of Liberty. You can go to http://ResurrectTheRepublic.com and you will find a link on the main page to the Sons of Liberty music. It's the song about the creation of the legislation that created the Federal Reserve Banking Criminal International ROTHSCHILD Cartel !+ More details
Lynn Uzzell, Scholar in Residence at the Robert H. Smith Center for the Constitution at James Madison's Montpelier, discusses the 14th Amendment and the Incorporation of the Bill of Rights. Developed by the Robert H. Smith Center for the Constitution at James Madison's Montpelier in partnership with the Close Up Foundation.+ More details
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