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Infinty Hauhet, amd Global Hero, discuss how voting, registering applying, assuming names, is all unlawful. Legal means consented to by the company, examply, guns are illegal in the state of Alaska translation the company of Alaska, does not consent to fire arm possesion, of its agents or residents, or travelers oblivious to what states are.
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The Holy Bible clearly tells us Jehovah, our Father in heaven, our Savior in Jesus Christ is a jealous God and that we should not have any god before him. Voting is putting a human over your life. To truly enjoy freewill we must COME OUT of the beast and live as godly people, following only the truths of the Holy Bible. Flee idolatry!
Today on "Voices of New Afrika" we will be honoring the Black Panther Party. Our topic for the day is voting the solution to the problems of our people?
Register to vote and voting. Ways a person becomes a United States citizen (USC)
Four ways to be a USC: Birth in the US, Birth abroad, Derivative citizenship, and Naturalization.
Naturalization may draw the most complication/litigation. Generally, be a lawful permanent resident for five years; tree year and other exceptions. Be a person good moral character. Potential waivers: fee waiver, medical waiver, 20/50 rule, and 15/55 rule.
To vote in the federal elections, a person has to be a USC and has to be age 18.
Some states require you to register before Election Day, so that you can vote on Election Day.
Other states, like Minnesota, allow you to register on Election Day and also vote on Election Day.
I believe that some litigants are trying to eliminate this same day registration and voting on Election Day in Minnesota.
Registering to vote and voting is a free process. Registering to vote and voting is a constitutional right that each United States citizen has.
The #15Amendment gave African American men the right to vote.
The #19Amendment gave women the right to vote.
A violation of either amendment could also trigger violation of the #FifthAmendment and #FourteenthAmendment .
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On today's show, What is the History of Legal Voting Rights in the United States?, we will be talking about the issues of legal voting rights in the history of the United States.
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Rozy Press and Voices4Justice, Episode 9. Panelists discuss voting fraud, workers' rights, and the wrongful conviction of Rev. Pinkney.
Miriam is 100 years young. That should not be an excuse to take away her rights - including her right to vote. Every American should be outraged, ashamed and concerned about how easily the State can take away your rights. Many of us thought the Voting Rights Act of 1965 outlawed any type of literacy test determining who is smart enough or informed enough to vote, but apparently not in Florida.
Miriam was only 4 years old when women got the right to vote - 19th Amendment - see attached. Miriam has been very active and engaged in her government. Now the State of Florida simply takes away her rights. Just 3-4 months prior to the State of Florida claiming Miriam is/was "totally incapacitated", the same state said she was of sound mind and had the right to give her money to whoever she wanted. There are many unanswered questions about the actions of the State of Florida.
Please watch the video (link below) and listen to Miriam E. Lancaster. Do you believe this 100 year old American should have the right to vote - not to mention serious questions about the abuse of all of her rights?
Miriam needs pro-Bono attorney that has the will and courage to challenge the actions of the State of Florida. As it stands today, Miriam E. Lancaster has no rights! The State of Florida has stripped Miriam of her most basic rights as an American. We believe they have violated her rights under both the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the Americans with Disabilities Act. We have serious questions about Miriam's case. Now, Miriam's funds are gone. This too causes great concern. This is not the American way!
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We have an opportunity to change Mississippi’s blurred history by voting “Yes for #42” on Tuesday November 3, 2015. Voting “Yes” means more funding for our schools, more teachers in the classrooms, building and facilities repairs and purchasing updated technology and more textbooks to enhance our children’s’ future. We need families and individuals to arrive early at their voting precincts on Tuesday November 3, 2015. Please remember to vote “Yes for # 42” to help build a brighter future for our children. We are inviting you to participate in a live radio broadcasting on Friday October 30, 2015, 3pm from Momma B’s Place (located at 606 West Main Street in Louisville, MS, 662-705-8569). Bring your noisemakers and appetites, as Bertha will be serving lunch. You can listen at 3pm by calling 323-580-5735. We will have sample ballots onsite to serve as a guide. Please share this information with others to promote a better future for the next generation of children. I will see you at Momma B’s Place on Friday October 30, 2015 3pm..
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Should black people be voting? Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump? Democrat or Republicans?
These question must be asked. Many black people have been told by our parents always vote for the democrats. Has this been working out for the black community? Are there other options that must be taken into account? Are you satisfied with what President Barack Obama has done in seven years and some change?
Black people have been voting pretty much the same since we have been able to vote in America.
My mother told me when I was young to ALWAYS vote for the Democrats because they are for the people.
Is this always the case? I have found that in the years of studying poliTRICKS that this really has not helped black people as a group. I believe that black people must establish an economic base to fund our political interest. We must then practice group economics and group politics. We give away or vote way too cheap. Time to wake up and up the ante black people!
We will talk about this more on the show. I'm a see you, before you see me!
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