Tag Archives: Civil Rights Act of 1964

Libertarian Party: June Supreme Court Update

On the Libertarian Party’s website, Bekah Congdon posted the following update and analysis of the U.S. Supreme Court decisions published this past month.

Last month saw several major decisions handed down by the Supreme Court that had an impact on a variety of factors affecting individual sovereignty, including reproductive freedom, the freedom to direct the religious education of one’s own children, and the freedom from state discrimination based upon sexual orientation.… Read more ...

Warren Redlich Follows In Rand Paul’s Footsteps

Warren Redlich is recieving the Rand Paul treatment. Redlich, who is the Libertarian Party nominee for Governor and a former election lawyer for Rand Paul’s father’s presidential campaign in 2008, has stepped into the Civil Rights Act controversy started by Rand Paul a couple of weeks ago.

Republican gubernatorial candidate Warren Redlich said Tuesday that he agrees with Kentucky Senate candidate Rand Paul that the federal government was wrong to desegregate private businesses when the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was passed.

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Alan Keyes Comments On Rand Paul Civil Rights Controversy

Rand Paul has been involved in a controversy lately because of statements, made in several interviews, concerning the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Paul took issue with the portion of the act which disallows discrimination on private property. Now Alan Keyes, an African-American conservative is wading into the controversy to offer his opinion.… Read more ...