As Senator Ted Cruz is colleague of Senator Cornyn in representing the State of Texas in the U.S. Senate, I decided to write to him in response to Senator Cornyn co-sponsoring a piece of legislation (“Civics Secures Democracy Act”). I wrote the message and sent it late on April 26th, 2021. My full message is replicated below:

‘Senator, it has come to my attention that your colleague in Texas — Senator Cornyn — has co-sponsored a piece of legislation known as the “Civics Secures Democracy Act,” which is an act to appropriate $1B to civics and history education grants and…


In response to Senator John Cornyn (TX) co-sponsoring a piece of legislation in the Senate (“Civics Secures Democracy Act”), I wrote him a message on the legislation late on April 26th, 2021. My full message is replicated below:

‘Senator, it has come my attention you and Senator Coons co-sponsored and introduced legislation into the Senate, known as the “Civics Secures Democracy Act,” to appropriate $1B to civics education grants. …


In a story (https://nhjournal.com/compromise-sought-on-anti-critical-race-theory-bill/) about the budget in New Hampshire, H.B. 2, State Senator Jeb Bradley signaled he was interested in changing the language of one section — included from what was once the standalone bill H.B. 544, which is aimed at banning Race and Sex Stereotyping and Scapegoating (a.k.a. some of the base action items that Critical Race Theory features) — while also signaling he was concerned about the effects of teaching such materials to children. I sent him this email:

‘N.H. State Senator Bradley,

I am writing to you as a concerned citizen after reading a recent article…


On Monday, April 19th 2021, the U.S. Department of Education released information about a new proposed rule, named “American History and Civics Education” (https://www.regulations.gov/document/ED-2021-OESE-0033-0001). Here is my public comment, sent in the early hours of April 20th 2021, having been drafted during the entirety of the afternoon and night the day before:

‘My position is that — as a concerned citizen of these United States of America — I am against your proposed rule, “Proposed Priorities: American History and Civics Education,” for several reasons against each proposed priority in the rule due to legal, historical, ethical, and moral concerns.

On…

Justice J.H. Graves

Computer Engineer with an altrusitic spirit. Determined to be on the right side of history. Local School Committee Candidate. Level-headed and unafraid.

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