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How SCOTUS perverted the equal protection clause of Sec. 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment

By: Publius Huldah 1. Harvard Professor Raoul Berger’s meticulously documented book, Government by Judiciary: The Transformation of the Fourteenth Amendment, proves by means of  thousands of quotes from the Congressional Debates, that the purpose ...

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The Incorporation Doctrine Broke the Constitutional System

By: Mike Maharrey I think centralizing power is always a net loss for liberty. So did the founding generation. This is why the framers of the Constitution emphatically rejected a ...

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The Incorporation Doctrine and the Bill of Rights

By: Mike Maharrey In a previous Constitution 101 post, I established that the Bill of Rights was not originally intended to apply to the states. But lawyers and other supporters of ...

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We shouldn’t call them “First Amendment” protests.

By: Brion McClanahan “First Amendment” protests have popped up around the United States in recent weeks, spurred by the heavy handed State and local policies designed to save us from ...

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Today in History: 14th Amendment Ratified. Or Was it?

By: Dave Benner Today in 1868, the United States general government claimed that the 14th Amendment had received the endorsement of the requisite number of states to add it to ...

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Supreme Court Simultaneously Tramples State Sovereignty and Fourth Amendment

By: Suzanne Sherman A case recently decided by the U.S. Supreme Court once again reveals the inherent danger of placing virtually unlimited authority in the federal judiciary and centralizing decision ...

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The Supreme Court Gets It Wrong Even While Getting It Right

By: Suzanne Sherman Conservatives are cheering the recent opinion by the United States Supreme Court allowing a cross to remain on public land. But should they be? In 1918, residents ...

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