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This page of links to other sites is intended to hold links that don't seem to fit on the main Constitutional Links Page for whatever reason. Mostly, these links are related to government or politics, but not directly to the Constitution. If you know of a link that should be here and is not, by all means, let me know!


Constitution Sites


Governmental Resources (USA)

Supreme Court


Political Resources (USA)

Political Parties

Organizations

Political Action Committees


Political Topics


Free Speech Sites

These sites either use the First Amendment unwittingly, vocally oppose censorship, test the boundaries of good taste, or stand up for free speech in other ways. The surfer should beware that some may offend various sensibilities.


Voting Sites

Voting is the way that individuals participate in the political process. More and more in America, people do not turn out to vote. They feel like their vote does not count, like the government is not responsive to them. If you do not vote, you deserve the person who is elected; and you have nothing to complain about. So if you didn't vote in the last election, and you didn't like the choices of those who did vote, then vote! These sites are devoted to making the voting process easier.


Religion Sites

The Webmaster believes firmly in the separation of church and state granted the people of the United States by the 1st Amendment. Having a right to worship, or to be free from religion, however, is no excuse for ignorance of religion. These links are an attempt to give access to information sites concerning major religions. More to come ... if you have a good suggestion, contact the Webmaster.


Media

These links point to sites for newspapers, radio talk shows, and TV networks.


Portals

Free Web Space - it used to be everywhere. I once made an effort to have an index page on every free service I could find. Over time, the services have closed, gone to pay-only status, or other wise stopped working. The list below are those that remain.


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