The Civil Rights Act at 50

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It was a signature that changed our nation's history.

Exactly 50 years ago today, President Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act.

The act outlawed discrimination based on race, religion or gender.

As you'll see in this edition of the Buckley Report, as important as the law was, it was the work around it that really made the difference.


  • sinner 3

    So now we have greatgrandparents, grandparents, parents, and a new generation all living and doping off the taxpayers !

      • JT

        I know what you mean–I too have wondered if the posters here are really that stupid or if they are just trolling. But I’m beginning to think it is the former rather than the latter, given the consistency of their moronic posts and their willingness to defend their ignorance whenever they are confronted. I know–you would have thought this degree of stupidity was a thing of the past, but I guess stupid dies slow here in Cleatusville.

      • sinner 3

        Record high numbers on food stamps and welfare,record high unemployment ! Record high numbers of college graduates moving back home to live off mom and dad ! The welfare state of the Dems has not worked !

  • j

    What the f*** kind of racist comment is cleatusville. We still get blamed for slavery and racism everyday, its so stupid there’s more black on black crime now days than racist act crimes.That shows how airheaded the people who throw the race card up are.

    • sinner 3

      Well J sometimes in life these people here think by insults and name calling they will not be seen for the racist arrogant FVCKS they really are !

  • j

    Amen if I said n***** than I would be racist if u want us to go to cleatusville then u get on a boat and go back to Africa u stupid black pos

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