Sunday, September 11, 2011

"Long Live the Free Market!"

Sanchez is calling audibles in Spanish for the Jets
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    • Stephen Adams Whatever works. Maybe more Americans will pick up a second and third language.
      about an hour ago · · 1 person
    • Michael McFarland ‎1/2 Texas is Hispanic. Doh!
      about an hour ago · · 1 person
    • Soup McGee ‎, "Long Live the Free Market!" chuckle.
      about an hour ago ·
    • CerebralAssassin Harris We're in AMERICA. Why the hell should we pick up another language?!?
      about an hour ago ·
    • Luci Martin Press 1.
      about an hour ago ·
    • Kenneth M Flowe Si
      about an hour ago ·
    • Kenneth M Flowe You have to know a 2nd language if you believe in free speech.
      about an hour ago · · 1 person
    • Luci Martin No. That would be "Yes". I've never heard press 1 for Spanish.
      about an hour ago ·
    • Stephen Adams Because its the INTELLIGENT thing to do. Time to drop that self destructive culture of selfishness, ignorance and self indulgence. The decades overdue.
      about an hour ago ·
    • CerebralAssassin Harris Free SPEECH not LANGUAGE! Lol!
      about an hour ago ·
    • Michael Arnold I believe it's pronounced Hets lol
      about an hour ago ·
    • CerebralAssassin Harris No, the reason I should learn a new language (spanish in particular) is because our country is over run with illegal aliens. It's a damn shame that the only thing I can get out the person at the register is "si". Smh
      about an hour ago ·
    • Luci Martin La quenta is helpful when dining out.
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    • Soup McGee
      Yick Wo v. Hopkins - Legal Dictionary - The Free Dictionary - Cached
      What is Yick Wo v. Hopkins? Meaning of Yick Wo v. Hopkins as a legal term. ... 6 S. Ct. 1064, 30 L. Ed. 220 (1886), held that the unequal application of a law violates ... the Fourteenth Amendment, as the law denied him equal protection of the laws. ... Yick Wo is also the source of modern civil rights Disparate Impact cases, ...

      1. Equal Justice Under Law: Yick Wo v. - Annenberg Classroom
      File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - Quick View
      In this lesson, students explore the cause-and-effect relation- .... discrimination — unfair or unequal treatment of an individual (or group) based on certain legally protect- .... “Gift that Yick Wo gave us” = fairer laws, improved legal system, etc. .... The Constitution Project. Yick Wo v. Hopkins. Video Transcript. YICK WO and the ...
      2. Chronology of Asian American History - Cached
      People v. Hall rules that Chinese can't give testimony in court. U.S. and Japan sign first treaty. 1857 ... Chinese laundrymen win case in Yick Wo v. Hopkins, which declares that a law with unequal impact on different groups is discriminatory. ...
      3. Requirement of Purpose - Cached
      Sometimes a law may be neutral on its face, yet have a disparate impact on a group of people. For example, in Yick Wo v. Hopkins, 118 U.S.356 (1886), a San ...
      4. SKINNER V. OKLAHOMA EX REL. WILLIAMSON, 316 U. S. 535 ... - Cached
      Full Text -- 1942 -- Volume 316 -- SKINNER V. OKLAHOMA EX REL. ... her general health," then the court "shall render judgment to the effect that said defendant be ... "offenses arising out of the violation of the prohibitory laws, revenue acts, .... Yick Wo v. ... When the law lays an unequal hand on those who have committed ...
      5. Skinner v. Oklahoma ... - Legal Information Institute - Cornell University - Cached
      by Supreme Court - 1942 - Cited by 8948 - Related articles
      The guaranty of "equal protection of the laws is a pledge of the protection of equal laws." Yick Wo v. Hopkins, 118 U.S. 356, 369. When the law lays an unequal ...
      6. Constitution Day - Sunnylands Classroom - Cached
      The Supreme Court unanimously ruled in the 1886 Yick Wo v. Hopkins case that the unequal application of a law violated the Fourteenth Amendment's ... and how they affect not only the outcomes of cases but our democracy and daily lives. ...
      7. 316 U.S. 535, 541 - FindLaw | Cases and Codes - Cached
      KeyCite this case on Westlaw; ... v. STATE OF OKLAHOMA ex rel. WILLIAMSON, Atty. Gen. of Oklahoma. No. ... health', then the court 'shall render judgment to the effect that said defendant be rendered .... Yick Wo v. ... When the law lays an unequal hand on those who have committed ...
      8. Equal Protection Clause - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Cached
      These laws severely restricted the power of blacks to hold property including chattels ... A few years later, Justice Stanley Matthews wrote the Court's opinion in Yick Wo v. Hopkins (1886). .... that may affect their hearts and minds in a way unlikely ever to be undone… ... Separate educational facilities are inherently unequal. ...
      9. Yick Wo v. Hopkins: West's Encyclopedia of American Law (Full ... › Library › Law & Legal Issues - Cached
      An 1896 U.S. Supreme Court decision, Yick Wo v. Hopkins, 118 U.S. 356, 6 S. Ct. 1064, 30 L. Ed. 220 (1886), held that the unequal application of a law violates ...
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    • Soup McGee reminds everyone that these rights are inalienable...applicable to all citizens of the world, and as such, those who enter our borders with economic motive are granted due long can one be held for having no documents before it's unconstitutional-as-applied?
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    • Luci Martin If I get pulled over while driving, I need to show DL, registration and proof of insurance. And, I better have two plates on my car. And my name on all documents better match exactly. Not that I know, that's what I heard ;)
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    • CerebralAssassin Harris Lol @ Luci!
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    • Stephen Adams Some one sounds like an Archie Bunker bigot if the only reason their dumb ass can think of for learning more languages is related their hate for Hispanics working at the bottom tiers of our economy. I would rather deport the racists and bigots than the strivers.
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      about an hour ago · · 1 person
    • CerebralAssassin Harris
      Wow........lls! Can't deport me buddy! Born American and I'll die on American soil. And let's clarify SIR. I don't hate hispanics. I hate the fact that foreign people in GENERAL come to our country and are given more opportunity than the American people. I couldn't care less if you think I'm a bigot.........your words have little or no meaning to me. With that said, sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me. Lol!
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      We stand with EDL and Tommy Robinson. They are with us in this fight.
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    • Soup McGee
      bets the Cowboys wish they knew more Spanish...Week 02
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      Hispanic Heritage will start learnin' this week- that's how Freedom works! America! chuckle.
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    • CerebralAssassin Harris Hispanics are 3.3 times more likely to be in prison than whites; they are 4.2 times more likely to be in prison for murder, and 5.8 times more likely to be in prison for felony drug crimes. Young Hispanics are 19 times more likely than young whites (and slightly more likely than young blacks) to be in youth gangs.
      about an hour ago ·
    • CerebralAssassin Harris At 43 percent, the Hispanic illegitimacy rate is twice the white rate, and Hispanic women have abortions at 2.7 times the white rate. Hispanics are three times more likely than whites not to have medical insurance, and die from AIDS and tuberculosis at three times the white rate. In California, the cost of free medical care for illegal aliens forced 60 hospitals to close between 1993 and 2003.
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    • CerebralAssassin Harris Only 33 percent of citizens of Hispanic origin consider themselves “Americans” first. The rest consider themselves either “Hispanic/Latino” or their former nationality first.
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    • CerebralAssassin Harris In Los Angeles in 2004, 95 percent of the 1,200 to 1,500 outstanding warrants for homicide were issued against illegal aliens, almost all of whom were Hispanic. Up to two-thirds of the city’s 17,000 fugitive felony warrants were for illegal immigrants.
      about an hour ago ·
    • CerebralAssassin Harris Yep. I'm an asshole. I need to work for the Border Patrol! Lol!
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    • Soup McGee "Do Illegal Aliens Have Constitutional Rights?
      Courts Have Ruled They Do

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      Do not let the fact that the term "illegal aliens" does not appear in the U.S. Constitution lead you to believe that its rights and freedoms do not apply to them. The courts have held otherwise.

      Often described as a "living document," the Constitution has repeatedly been interpreted by the U.S. Supreme Court, federal appeals courts and Congress in order to address the ever-changing needs and demands of the people. While many argue that "We the People of the United States," refers only to legal citizens, the Supreme Court has consistently disagreed.

      Yick Wo v. Hopkins (1886)
      In Yick Wo v. Hopkins, a case involving the rights of Chinese immigrants, the Court ruled that the 14th Amendment's statement, "Nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws," applied to all persons "without regard to any differences of race, of color, or of nationality," and to "an alien, who has entered the country, and has become subject in all respects to its jurisdiction, and a part of its population, although alleged to be illegally here." (Kaoru Yamataya v. Fisher, 189 U.S. 86 (1903) )

      Wong Wing v. U.S. (1896)
      Citing Yick Wo v. Hopkins, the Court, in the case of Wong Wing v. US, further applied the citizenship-blind nature of the Constitution to the 5th and 6th amendments, stating ". . . it must be concluded that all persons within the territory of the United States are entitled to the protection guaranteed by those amendments, and that even aliens shall not be held to answer for a capital or other infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a grand jury, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law."

      Plyler v. Doe (1982)
      In Plyler v. Doe, the Supreme Court struck down a Texas law prohibiting enrollment of illegal aliens in public school. In its decision, the Court held, "The illegal aliens who are plaintiffs in these cases challenging the statute may claim the benefit of the Equal Protection Clause, which provides that no State shall 'deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.' Whatever his status under the immigration laws, an alien is a 'person' in any ordinary sense of that term… The undocumented status of these children vel non does not establish a sufficient rational basis for denying them benefits that the State affords other residents."

      It's All About Equal Protection
      When the Supreme Court decides cases dealing with First Amendment rights, it typically draws guidance from the 14th Amendment's principal of "equal protection under the law." In essence, the "equal protection" clause extends First Amendment protection to anyone and everyone covered by the 5th and 14th Amendments. Through its consistent rulings that the 5th and 14th Amendments apply equally to illegal aliens, they also enjoy First Amendment rights.

      In rejecting the argument that the "equal" protections of the 14th Amendment are limited to U.S. citizens, the Supreme Court has referred to language used by the Congressional Committee that drafted the amendment:

      "The last two clauses of the first section of the amendment disable a State from depriving not merely a citizen of the United States, but any person, whoever he may be, of life, liberty, or property without due process of law, or from denying to him the equal protection of the laws of the State. This abolishes all class legislation in the States and does away with the injustice of subjecting one caste of persons to a code not applicable to another. . . . It [the 14th Amendment] will, if adopted by the States, forever disable every one of them from passing laws trenching upon those fundamental rights and privileges which pertain to citizens of the United States, and to all persons who may happen to be within their jurisdiction."

      While illegal aliens do not enjoy all of the rights granted to citizens by the Constitution, specifically the rights to vote or possess firearms, these rights can also be denied to U.S. citizens convicted of felonies. In final analysis, the courts have ruled that, while they are within the borders of the United States, illegal aliens are granted the same fundamental, undeniable constitutional rights granted to all Americans.
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      Do not let the fact that the term “illegal aliens” does not appear in the U.S. C...See More
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    • CerebralAssassin Harris I'm not disputing you Soup McGee.........I just have an opinion also. I respect your stance. But Stephen Adams........I'd love to meet him face to face.
      51 minutes ago ·
    • Soup McGee will here invite Hedy Trevino to comment, if she's reading today...
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    • Stephen Adams
      No need for statistics, it was obvious that you are suffering with a colonized mind. You know your master has similar statistics on people who look like you. It doesn't mean I will hate them all based of statistics, especially considering t...See More
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    • Stephen Adams Just and FYI you racist low life, the vast majority of Hispanics in America are not illegal alians.
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    • CerebralAssassin Harris Master?!? His name is God. And there's no need for me to wear a sheet, I'm a Black man and proud of it. And as I said before, words can't harm me sir. I think you must be married to a chica because you seem pretty upset that I'm stating facts about hispanics. Lol!
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    • Kenneth M Flowe Sanchez is lucky! His team saved his enchalatas!
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    • CerebralAssassin Harris Lol! Good game though!
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