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Truth Bleeds Red Podcast

Apr 2, 2019

An Indian Perspective.


Mar 30, 2019

TL;DR

The practical right to a passport (post-WWII) was and is not absolute. A U.S. Citizen can be denied very easily for simply the suspicion of criminal conduct.

Has a simple and clear argument for why our "Right to Travel" does not exist in practice.


Mar 28, 2019

Nov 21, 1981

 

TL;DR

The article presents a few key cases that shaped and demonstrated how passports were restricted during the mid-twentieth century in both India and the United States.

It is appears that governments during this time desired to restrict the issuance of passports, but received enough backlash to limit...


Mar 27, 2019

A reading of the Constitution.


Mar 25, 2019

Articles Of Confederation weren't going to work any longer. The several states existed as distinct nations before the current constitution was agreed upon.