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New Poll: Young Voters Want United Nations, Not U.S. Government, to Protect American Citizens’ Civil Rights



Unnamed (3)Since 1789, when the Constitution was officially ratified, the U.S. government has retained total dominion over domestic issues like protecting the civil rights of American citizens—as it should. However, most young Americans think this is an antiquated notion and would rather have international organizations oversee that American citizens’ civil rights are safeguarded.

According to a new poll conducted by The Heartland Institute and Rasmussen Reports, 53 percent of young voters (aged 19 to 39-years-old) believe the U.S. government should surrender its sovereignty over the protection of American citizens’ civil rights to the United Nations.



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  1. The United Nations is an empty, stuffed dummy.
    What positive has it accomplished in the past 20 years?
    Remember: The U.N Security Council was (still is?) made up of the five victors of WWII:
    USA, France, Britain, (Nationalist)China, and Russia (USSR).
    Any ONE of them could veto a Council decision it didn’t like.