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United States Conscientious Objector Gordon Hirabayashi: The Constitution Protects Us On Saturday, April 5, 2014, I attended a presentation hosted by the Japanese American Historical Society of Southern California and the City of Torrance Public
The Obama administration included birth control on the list of preventive care that needs to be covered, and justices on both sides of the case agreed that the government has a "compelling interest" in doing so in order to protect women's health. Won'
A federal judge has upheld a New York City policy that bars unvaccinated students from public school when another student has a vaccine-preventable disease. Judge William Kuntz II ruled against three families who claimed their right to religious
Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 17° Min 12° Dunedin park eyed up for wartime objectors memorial Adam Walker, Newstalk ZB June 23, 2014, 1:15 pm A Dunedin-based trust is hoping to use a local park to remember wartime conscientious objectors...The
THE number of Australian children formally registered each year as a vaccination objector has doubled in the past decade...These areas include the Richmond Valley in NSW, where the official vaccination objection rate in 2013 was 10.8 per cent. Noosa (
This is viewer supported news The Obama administration is seeking to contain a congressional backlash over a prisoner exchange that saw the release of American soldier Bowe Bergdahl for five Taliban leaders. On Wednesday, top intelligence and
This is viewer supported news The Taliban has released a video showing the hand over of Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl to U.S. Special Operations Forces in the deal that saw the U.S. exchange five high-ranking Taliban militants held at Guantanamo bay.
When we hear that the pubic louse is facing extinction due to brazilian waxing, we forget how much of a scourge it once was. During World War II, the pubic louse threatened the fate of the world. This led to an odd experiment involving construction-
As he was led out to the centre of the parade ground on a summer's evening in the French port town of Boulogne to hear the court-martial's verdict, the first thing he noticed was that a large body of men had been brought out to bear witness to his
This poster from 1916 (right), bearing the message 'Forward', was the last printed before forced enlistment was introduced Collection: Patrick Bogue of Onslow Auctions with the collection of posters...However, within a year of Great Britain's