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Voting rights

1924: Year Native Americans granted universal citizenship.

2016: Native Americans in Arizona still unable to vote due to voter ID laws, distance to nearest polling place, and other state requirements.

Voting Rights 2016: Native Americans Struggle To Overcome Barriers Ahead Of Arizona Elections

Hysterias just have to come and go

The one-sentence long Free-Range Children’s Bill of Rights encapsulates Lenore Skenazy’s approach to changing the law:

Our children have the right to some unsupervised time and we have the right to give it to them without getting arrested.

The overall aim: give parenting back to parents, and childhood back to children.

The World’s Worst Mom on America’s Frenzy of Fear: Elementary school pick up shouldn’t resemble the Fall of Saigon

More on the 28 pages

“Why is Fahad al-Thumairy walking around free while shoeless losers who fall for FBI stings get shipped off to the nether regions of the federal penal system?”

Thumairy is the Saudi consular official in San Diego who helped two of the 9/11 hijackers before the attacks, according to the 9/11 Commission Report.

Why Do We Keep Learning New Secrets About 9/11?