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The Great American Experience

by KrisAnne Hall, JD So often I hear from well-intentioned people, "it’s too late to fix what's wrong with our federal government" or "The government is out of control, it’s ...

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The Constitution, the Census and Citizenship

July 11, 2019 Constitution / Court Cases 0

by Judge Andrew Napolitano Late last month, the Supreme Court ruled on a challenge to a question that the Commerce Department announced it would add to the 2020 census. The ...

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Clutching Defeat from the Jaws of Victory: Gundy and the Prohibition on Delegation

By: Michael Rappaport The prohibition on the delegation of legislative power to the executive is one of the key structural features of the Constitution’s original meaning. The prohibition prevents the ...

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The verdict is in: We do not have a “conservative Supreme Court”

By: Rob Natelson The Supreme Court term just over certainly confirmed what I wrote shortly after it started: The constant refrain that the current bench is a “conservative Supreme Court” with ...

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The Truth About the Federalist Papers: The Legislative and Executive Branches

By: Shawn Brodof The Federalist Papers were written and published in New York newspapers in 1787-1788 in order to sway public opinion to approve and ratify the newly devised United ...

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The Lie of “Separation of Church and State” & the U.S. Supreme Court’s Usurpations of Power

By Publius Huldah 1.  How did it happen that our country became a land where Christian children are forbidden to use the word, “God”, in the public schools; public school ...

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How States Can Man-up and Stop Abortion

By Publius Huldah If the American People (and American lawyers) had been properly educated, they would know that our federal Constitution created a federal government of enumerated powers only, and ...

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The First Question We Should Always Ask

By: Mike Maharrey| Here is the first question you should ask about any proposal made by any person in the federal government. Is this authorized by the constitution? Not “Do I ...

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The Truth About the Federalist Papers: The Nuts and Bolts

By: Shawn Brodof The Federalist Papers were written and published in New York newspapers in 1787-1788 in order to sway public opinion to approve and ratify the newly devised United ...

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Originalism and Article III Judicial Power

By: Michael Rappaport One of the most difficult challenges for originalism is to determine to what extent the Constitution limits the adjudication of matters by entities other than Article III ...

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