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Does the 28th. amendment say the politicians children don't have to pay for college and after only 1 term in office they can retire at full pay


There is not a 28th amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which has 27.

There was also a false rumor circulation with a theme of a proposed 28th amendment.

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Who gave african americans the right to vote

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Can a clause in the constitution be suspended for an ad hoc period of time?

That depends on the laws of your country, state, or province.

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Is obama doing away with 2nd amendment

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I re-categorized your question from 'Routers'.

No, The president is not doing away with the second amendment. The entirety of his speech yesterday addressed issues of background checks for people attempting to buy guns, which gun sellers are required to do background checks on potential customers, and assistance for mentally ill people who may be a danger to others if they were to have access to firearms. There is no mention of background checks in the constitution, and broad precedent for certain people having their 2nd amendment rights suspended - convicted felons, for instance. The second amendment is a right to bear arms, and some folks say it's in a militia. Regardless of where you stand on that, it does not give anyone the right to shoot their guns at fellow members of their community. Likewise, first amendment free speech rights do not extend to yelling 'Fire' in a crowded theater or to telling classified information to a foreign agent.

Broad labeling of discussion about gun safety as an assault upon the 2nd Amendment is, in my experience, most often aimed at guiding people to emotional, rather than rational discussion and decision making about gun safety issues, in particular people wanting others bearing arms to not compromise their safety in situations where they are living within the legal and social guidelines. Your mileage may vary, but gun safety can be just that, about creating conditions where people can be safer from gun discharges. There's a big gap between that and removing all firearms from people's posession. Kind of like making people wear seat belts. There are laws that require it when you drive, along with the passengers. The majority of people who drive think they're above-average drivers (statistically impossible to actually be true), but tens of thousands of people still die in car accidents in the US each year. If you get T-Boned by someone else who runs a stop sign, your driving skills are irrelevant to what happened. Seat belts, air bags, crumple zones, all can contribute to saving your life. Gun safes, trigger locks, they can serve similar purposes.


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What is the first amendm,ent

If you mean the First Amendment to the US constitution,
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

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Why does the constitution allow the federal government to levy taxes?

The basic thing is that without the taxations of all types of your dues it could not be operated any more. It is also fact that Section 8 of the Constitution does, and the 16th amendment specifically authorizes the income tax. Federal Tax Levy is involving all around taxes and taxation departments transactions. Before that, income tariffs were the main source of revenues for the federal government. So anybody who tells you tariffs failed doesn't know history before 1913 and he did not have any kind of idea about failed of tariffs or anything.

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