Jesse Perez-Robicheau I understand that the Constitution is important--heck it is what gives us power in America. I think your passion is against Andrew Schmidt diluting the issue by including his question "Is Walker's move a fair way to handle the costs of protests?" not my attentiveness in U.S. Constitution 101.
Jesse Perez-Robicheau If these fees or the abridgement of the right of the people to assemble to petition the Government, as you point out are unconstitutional, doesn't this make Walker's policy obsolete in a sense? In my opinion this policy will not damage protesters efforts or end results to see change. You?
Jesse Perez-Robicheau A lot of the commentary disagrees with Walker's move to offset costs. Am I wrong for just seeing this as another way to regulate and organize protests ensuring that these demonstrations are monitored for the safety of various communities just as city and town permits to protest act to do?
Jesse Perez-Robicheau The disadvantages described for Al-Nour in the election is a compelling one. It shows "The Do's and Don'ts" if you will to gain the support of Egypt modeled by the success of FJP. Despite FJP's success in the political arena of Eygpt. How will the Eygpt elections effect the arab spring phenomenon?
Jesse Perez-Robicheau Alexandra, I agree that the "early identification" as you call it is more than unjust according to the UDHR, it sets stage to harm "foreign-looking" Americans which could be virtually anyone--regardless of what the I. S. Law Firm argues. I'm interested to see how DHS immigration policy will evolve.