MY FAVORITE CIVIL WAR MONUMENTS

I see so many excellent graphics, articles and videos on Facebook, many of which have to do with morals and ethics. One of the reasons I’m a Humanist is to study the human condition and continue to learn how to be “Good Without God.”

Unfortunately, our morally bankrupt President is incapable of conforming to the rules of right conduct. Daily he flaunts his illegal and immoral behavior.

I saw this eloquent tweet displayed on FB and I thought that it brings us all back to the moral humanistic power of our wonderful U.S. Constitution:

Tweet

We must be proud of these, protect them, and make sure they’re honored completely, regardless of the political party in power. Here they are for quick reference (Via Wikipedia with links):

– 13th Amendment, 1865 –

Abolishes slavery, and involuntary servitude, except as punishment for
a crime.

– 14th Amendment, 1866 –

Defines citizenship, contains the Privileges or Immunities Clause, the Due Process Clause, the Equal Protection Clause, and deals with post–Civil War issues.

– 15th Amendment, 1869 –

Prohibits the denial of the right to vote based on race, color, or previous condition of servitude.


( I’m new to Facebook. I avoided it until recently. It’s a habit-forming drug. It’s so hard to turn the damn thing off.  
Given the news these days, I need a fix every hour. If you have a technique for turning down FB, please let me know, or make a comment. )

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