December 06. The Reality of Modern-Day Slavery in the United States

The 13th Amendment to the US Constitution was duly ratified on December 06, 1865. I ask my readers to give their attention to the reality of Modern-Day Slavery in the United States. In my analysis, in modern times, Slavery is reintroduced into the US by compromising the property rights of alien workers who subscribe to …

Social Security Administration Makes The Decision To Send The Notice Of Slavery Award On October 20, 2020. My Reflections On The Law Of Conscience

The Social Security Administration makes the decision to send the Notice of Slavery Award on October 20, 2020. The Decision is not supported by The Law of Conscience.

Monday, September 07, 2020.Labor Day Musings. Cursed is the ground where the man with no old age retirement income has to work until his death.

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 07, 2020. LABOR DAY MUSINGS. CURSED IS THE GROUND WHERE THE MAN IS DENIED THE RETIREMENT INCOME BENEFITS  In the United States, Labor activists, and Labor Unions made great progress to defend the rights of Working Class. Unfortunately, President Bill Clinton undermined this progress by approving legislation that took away the dignity of …

From August 22, 1996 to August 22, 2020. Review of an economic disaster set in motion.

The Campaign to Repeal the Welfare Reform Act of 1996 is not about giving citizenship rights to non-citizens. It is about upholding the Supreme Law of the Land to abolish bondage, servitude, and slavery. The Reconstruction of America is not yet over. Slavery re-appeared in this Land in a new form and remains hidden or …

The Clinton Curse of 1996 Compromised the Ability of Americans to Fight Coronavirus with Compassion

In my analysis, ‘The Clinton Curse’ of 1996 compromised the ability of Americans to fight Coronavirus with Compassion. President Bill Clinton’s “A New Beginning” reintroduced Slavery in America by taking away the Rights sanctioned by the 13th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America. The CARES ACT of 2020 may reflect upon …