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Arm YourSelf With KnowLedGe

Arm YourSelf With KnowLedGe
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Inspired by my brother from another mother who got arrested over some dumb ish yet still blaming his failures on the white men and other people.  I remember a couple of years ago while listened to Papoose, a young emcee from NY who released a series of songs entitled “Law library”.  This kid broke the rules to black people who are too tired to pick up a book and read about things that could potentially help them get out of trouble…One thing that we must all stop doing is to blame everything on race; I am sorry Al Sharpton, race isn’t to blame for some of our stupid and thoughtless acts.

i personally believe if you work towards your goals, and do it honestly, u will get great results just be real with yourself about what your goals are and do not let anything or anyone stop u!

Believing in yourself is major because if you don’t, how can others? In the times we are living in, there are many obstacles…but, we are living in the United States of America…where we have laws…and rights…these laws do work! So, I encourage all to know the laws and know your rights!!!



“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. “

CHECK OUT THE CONSTITUTION HERE: http://www.usconstitution.net/

As an American citizen, how well do you know your Constitution?

Here are ten questions to test your knowledge. The answers are on google, but don’t cheat. Here we go…

1. Why September 17 is considered “Constitution Day”?
a. George Washington was inaugurated President on September 17 in 1791.

b. The Constitution was signed by the delegates at the Constitutional Convention on September 17, 1787.

c. The first state ratified the Constitution on September 17, 1787.

d. No one knows.

2. What are the three branches of government in the Constitution?

a. Legislative, Executive, and Judicial

b. Legislative, Parliamentary, and Federal

c. Federal, State, and Local

d. Microsoft, McDonald’s, and the News Media

3. Who presided over the Constitutional Convention?
a. John Hancock

b. Thomas Jefferson

c. George Washington

d. John Adams

4. How many amendments were ultimately approved as the “Bill of Rights”?
a. 10

b. 12

c. 2

d. 1

5. When was the Bill of Rights added to the Constitution?
a. 1791

b. 1992

c. 1861

d. 1642

6. Which amendment contains the phrase “separation of church and state”?
a. First Amendment

b. Second Amendment

c. Tenth Amendment

d. None of the above

7. Which amendment protects our “freedom of speech”?

a. First Amendment

b. Second Amendment

c. Tenth Amendment

d. None of the above

8. According to Article II of the Constitution, what is the required age for President of the United States?
a. 30

b. 40

c. 18

d. 35

9. What was the name given to the series of essays written to defend the Constitution during the ratification process, before the Bill of Rights was added?
a. Washington’s Top Ten Reasons to Approve the Constitution

b. Common Sense

c. The Federalist Papers

d. Haldeman Diaries

10. Where did George Washington take his oath of office as the first elected President under the new Constitution?
a. Philadelphia

b. New York City

c. Washington, DC

d. Las Vegas

BONUS: Which of these Founding Fathers signed both the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence?
a. George Washington

b. Benjamin Franklin

c. Thomas Jefferson

d. Patrick Henry

Know your rights, that way, you know when someone is trying to take them from you!

Peace and wisdom…arm yourself WITH KNOWLEDGE!!!

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  • krakrakra

    Loves it!!!!!! this is GOVT 101 @ SU

    • Mr. Prodg

      it’s like i run into a few kids in little Haiti and you try to educate them on a few things that could ultimately decide their fate and they’re trying to blame everything on society and the crackers (as they call them). You cant go all your life blaming people for your mishaps and stupidity…

  • Alexandra D

    The article is so true, education is power. Love the questions it was a refresher for me. Miss my criminal justice classes

  • Eksqwizit

    We all make mistakes even when we know the law…good one MrProdG.

  • marshallsmc

    Mr. Prodg, Sir. You are black, and I am white. We both seem to gravitate to discussions of race and relations, and relations of race. I don’t write about it because I am white, but because it is such a vast and relevant topic. The intricacies of it are amazing and rich.

    It seems to be a mood thing with me, whereas you are more consistent in your optimism and dedication to empowerment NO MATTER WHAT! I am not feeling that so much today and my writing on my own tonight reflects that.

    I did get good energy from your words. Thanks.

    • Mr. Prodg

      Marshall we have to remain optimistic…we need to buddy

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  • ask

    think so, and want more. Keep it going and do on. BTW, I like the theme here

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