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Constitutional Rights During the Quarantine

March 25, 2020 Uncategorized 0

Ohio Department of Health’s Orders may be prudent, but are largely unenforceable by Maurice Thompson, Ohio 1851 Center for Constitutional Law State and federal constitutions entitle Ohioans to protections, which ...

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Thomas Jefferson’s First Inaugural Address: 13 “Essential Principles”

March 9, 2020 Thomas Jefferson 0

By: Michael Boldin President Thomas Jefferson gave his first inaugural address on March 4, 1801. While other presidential addresses and warnings might be more well-known – Jefferson emphasized what he ...

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Repeal the Patriot Act

March 9, 2020 4th Amendment 0

By: Judge Andrew Napolitano I have been writing for years about the dangers to human freedom that come from government mass surveillance. The United States was born in a defiant ...

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Read the Commerce Clause in the Light cast by the other Parts of our Constitution

March 7, 2020 Uncategorized 0

By: Publius Huldah The parts of our federal Constitution are so interrelated that it is impossible to understand a single clause therein without considering all of the other provisions of ...

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Want to Understand the Constitution? Don’t Ask a Lawyer!

By: Mike Maharrey Most Americans say the Constitution is important. Most Americans say it’s crucial for the government to stay within its constitutional bounds. But what exactly are the constitutional ...

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James Madison Rebukes Nullification Deniers

March 7, 2020 Uncategorized 0

By Publius Huldah This is The Age of Ignorance. Our “intellectuals” can’t think.  Our “scholars” parrot each other. Ignorant people pontificate on constitutional issues or fixate on idiotic theories.  Our ...

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250th Anniversary of the Boston Massacre

March 7, 2020 American Revolution 0

By: Joe Wolverton, II You can still see the spot. If you take the Freedom Trail tour in Boston, a uniformed park ranger will let you stand right on the ...

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Today in History: James Madison Vetoes “Bonus Bill” as Unconstitutional

March 7, 2020 History / James Madison 0

By: Dave Benner Today in 1817, President James Madison vetoed the Bonus Bill of 1817 – a plan that called for the federal construction of various roads, bridges, and canals ...

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Is Early Impeachment Practice Relevant to Original Meaning?

by Michael Stokes Paulsen In my most recent several posts in this series, I set forth the nearly overwhelming case for a broad understanding of “high Crime and Misdemeanors” as ...

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The Original Meaning of “High Crimes and Misdemeanors,” Part I

by Michael Stokes Paulsen I am in the midst of a series on the constitutional power of impeachment. A quick review: My first post set forth my core thesis – ...

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