U.S. Supreme Court says Mojave Desert Cross can stay--it is a War Memorial, article by Peter Menkinby Peter Menkin
A World War I memorial will be allowed to stay in the Mojave Desert, and though covered since 2002 because it offended some people as a religious symbol is now unveiled again. It was the United States Supreme Court that allowed the Cross, on private land owned by the Veterans of Foreign Wars to stay after a protracted controversy. The Cross has stood for about 75 years in the desert. The question came to, Is the Cross religious symbol for Christians solely, or War Memorial for American dead?
IMPROVE ADMINISTRATIVE EFFICIENCYby
Now a days there are lot of corruptions in government organisations of different countries in the world. It is quite essential to install e-cameras in government offices to eradicate corruption from the society.
A Voice Crying Out in the Wilderness: A Word About Brown vs. Board of Educationby Ellis Washington
An iconoclastic treatment of that famous desegregation case and arguably the most noted constitutional law case of the 20th century, Brown v. Board of Edcation (1954). In this work I strip away tradition and romanticism that has shrouded this important case and bring new clarity and return to true constitutional principles in addressing this pivotal case in the history of American law.