Challenge To Brown v Board of Education

Segregationists didn’t readily accept the 1954 unanimous Supreme Court ruling of Brown v Board of Education.  Southerners knew the decision would be a major disruption in their way of life, and limit the continued second class system for African-Americans. After the decision was announced, President Eisenhower lamented his choice of recently appointed Chief Justice Earl Warren (Oct 1953 – June 1969). Warren was the former Governor of California and vice presidential running mate in 1948. …

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Article 2, Section 1

When the candidate for president of the United States of America is not a “natural born citizen” that potential nominee is in violation of the U. S. Constitution. However, the highest court of the land has yet to make a preemptive ruling.  It seems the keyword in Article 2, Section 1 is “born”. As subsequent elections come and go, the 2008 presidential nomination and victory of Barack H. Obama will however remain forever historic. Not …

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