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Energy in the Legislature

by Philip A. Wallach The Vanishing Congress: Reflections on Politics in Washington is a curious hybrid. It is variously a primer on Congress’s constitutional duties, a scholarly (though note-less) consideration ...

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Texas Committee Holds Hearing on Bill to Review and Reject Unconstitutional Federal Acts

By: Mike Maharrey AUSTIN, Texas (April 19, 2019) – On Wednesday, a Texas House committee held a hearing on a bill that would create a mechanism to review federal laws and ...

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Resisting the System: Interview with Bill Greene on Ending the Fed, and More

By: Mike Maharrey Bill Greene’s biggest claim to fame is spurning Donald Trump and voting for Ron Paul as a member of the electoral college in 2016. But Bill is ...

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Julian Assange: Political Prisoner

by Ron Paul Last week’s arrest of Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange by the British government on a US extradition order is an attack on all of us. It is an ...

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The Peculiar Institution and the Supreme Court

April 17, 2019 Constitution / SCOTUS / Slavery 0

by Joyce Lee Malcolm Paul Finkelman, in his new book, Supreme Injustice: Slavery in the Nation’s Highest Court, plunges into the private lives of the three most prominent Supreme Court ...

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Does The Ninth Amendment Constitutionally Protect Unenumerated Rights?

by Mike Rappaport Recently, I wrote a couple of posts on whether the Privileges or Immunities Clause protected unenumerated rights. In my view, the Clause does protect such rights, but ...

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Weaponizing People for Political Gain is Nothing New

By: Suzanne Sherman On April 12, 2019, the Los Angeles Times published an article headlined “Trump Threatens to Dump Immigrants into California’s ‘Sanctuary Cities.” The article explains that the plan ...

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The Judiciary Can Restore the Power of Congress

by Peter J. Wallison The recent Law & Liberty post by James Rogers, “How to Rebalance Power between Congress and the Executive Branch,” is focused on the right question: incentives. ...

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Electoral College & Feinstein’s Felon

KrisAnne Hall Do you want to have a show stopping argument against the National Popular Vote argument? Have you heard of the massive illegal activity of Feinstein's Felon? That's why ...

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Truth About Treaties

April 11, 2019 Constitution / Treaties 0

by KrisAnne Hall, JD Constitutionally speaking a treaty is a very specific federal act that must be established under conditions established by the Constitution.  Every “deal” is not a treaty ...

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