In the history of the United States, which part of the Constitution has been violated or ignored the most?
Tenth Amendment. Also, the "establishment clause" of the First has been misinterpreted since the early 20th Century. And a fictitious "right to privacy" was invented by a bad SCOTUS ruling in 1973.
I don't care if it is actually stated in the constitution or not. Right to privacy is essential for any free nation. Any governing body which denies its citizens the right to privacy is inherently oppressive.
Freedom of speech
The first, we even have the FCC and NSA to limit it
You tell me hotshot.
The 10th amendment.
The 14th amendment, section 1.
Actually, definitely the tenth amendment
Historically, 14th, and 15th
The tenth, and with good reason. Its useless and archaic.
Prohibition. So much so they repealed that amendment.
The tenth. The mere existence of any department or agency that deals with anything other than an enumerated power is a violation of the constitution.
The tenth amendment.
10th, every day in many ways.
Freedom of religion by the Communists. The sight of baby Jesus frightens them to no end.
Or you know the state should not take a stance or have an opinion on religion.
The separation of church and state. We are the only Country to be founded on the freedom of religion (which is the main reason I'm proud to be an American) Granted there is a majority religion but that doesn't make it dominate in the States eyes. It's about equality.
Has Congress passed a law establishing a religion? No. So what's your real problem?
assumed you were talking about religious monuments on public property. That's what I disagree with. The sight of baby Jesus doesn't offend me but the state taking a religious stance is unnerving considering the history of religion running countries.
I don't care that you disagree with baby Jesus, that's your right. Just don't look at it. My question is why do you feel that you can stomp on the rights of others that have the of freedom of religion?
Your religious freedom is intact, you can put what ever you want on private property. But the state represents all of us. It seems like the right is using "religious freedom" to push there religion into government. Which is my main problem with some religious people. You can believe what ever you want, just respect my right to believe what ever I want.
Christianity has always been part of our government. You're not going to melt just because you see a cross or baby Jesus. If something offends you, you don't have to look at it but we still have the freedom of religion.
Just so we are clear we are talking about on public land right?
Of course. There's no laws against that. In fact, our Constitution gives us that right.
OK but looking at it is not the problem. It's the state taking a stance on religion. They are supposed to represent all of us, not just Christians. I would be perfectly fine with all the religions being represented on public land. Also atheists and agnostics. But you run into the issue of space and money.
If that is what the Community wants, who are you to take away their rights?
I don't have the power to take away anyone's rights and I don't want to. Even if 100% of the community voted yes they can't guarantee that people who move there think that way and the children who are born there will think that way.
So they would be the odd balls. Big deal. It's still a Constitutional right.
So you uphold and use Constitution when you agree with it but when you disagree with it that carries no weight? And there is a pretty good argument for discrimination when it comes to the odd balls.
No. Freedom of religion is in the First Amendment. I've never said that the Constitution carries no weight.
The Constitution does not cover feelings being hurt if you move to an area that celebrates Jesus. For example, I would not move to an area, like Dearborn MI, and expect the Islamists to welcome me.
Freedom of religion means equality not just your religion. And how do you know they would not welcome you? There was a story about a non Muslim young woman living in a London town that was considered to be a "Muslim" neighborhood. She was wearing a short skirt and dressed a little provocatively. A Muslim who believed in Islam yelled "cover up this is a Muslim neighborhood" her response was " this is fucking London." People overwhelmingly agreed with her. My battery is dying I would love to continue this conversation later.
It does not mean equality. Where do you get that nonsense?
Freedom of religion means you can believe whatever you want and the government can't oppress you. I meant all beliefs are equal. So long as they don't infringe on anyone elses rights. You don't have the right to have your opinion on public land.
I go with the fifth amendment. Our whole judicial system need to be reformed.
We'll surely, the 18th, it even has an amendment violating it! 😂 But seriously the 4th might as well not exist cause it has been raped by the modern day. I have to say that even though I'm not big on the constitution
Does this include the amendments after the bill of rights? Asking mainly because they've been added after the founding, which means that while they could be violated more now they were originally legal in the past and have simply had less time to be violated.
Of course, but I would consider it unfair to provide examples of those amendments being violated if the incident came before the adoption of an amendment.
Probably the 2nd Amendment
2nd Amendment. California, New Jersey and New York all operate as if the 2nd Amendment does not apply to them.
2nd and 10th ammendment.
Article 1 Section 8
The Second Amendment.
Look at all of the people walking around with all tons of guns and NONE of them belong to a well-regulated militia.
If they have a gun...THEY ARE the well regulated militia the founding fathers referred to. Do you honestly believe the early settlers didn't walk around with guns?
I can't wait to start using my second ammendment rights. Im just trying to decide what kind of gun I would like to have as my first firearm.
Absolutely, ID. The framers never meant for citizens to have the firepower of six platoons. And there weren't mass-shootings in 1789. This is a perversion of the intent.
I wish we had regulated militia around here. I like guns but we have some serious knuckle draggers that are packing serious heat. I wouldn't trust them with my dog let alone my life.
The 2nd amendment also explicitly states that "the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed"
1st by college kids.
10th and the overlooked 9th.
Everyone always forgets about the ninth one
The tenth amendment has been the most throughly violated. I'm a 10th amendment advocate.
2nd and the 10th
Article II the rules governing the executive branch. We've sort of allowed the POTUS to do as he pleases in regards to running the federal government and not kept him on a shorter leash as the constitution intended.
10th Amendment followed closely by the 2nd.
The truism encapsulated by the 10th amendment.
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Is that a joke?
That's voluntary service...
Probably 10th Amendment.
I'm gonna go with freedom of speech (both red scares), or the ninth amendment.
Or the second part of the tenth amendment
3rd Amendment. It's not even incorporated.
Really? What makes you say that?
The 3rd amendment isn't even applied to the states.
Are there examples of the 3rd amendment being violated?
No, but it's been "ignored the most". Technically speaking, no other amendment has been ignored more.
3rd Amendment was ignored during Civil War
Any other time?
Not that I know of....I was answer a question above.
The establishment clause
The interstate commerce clause
Whatever created the federal reserve