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How One Landmark Case Shaped the Commerce Clause

November 30, 2020 Commerce Clause / Court Cases 0

By: Bob Fiedler In some ways, John Marshall’s opinion in Gibbons v. Ogden expanded federal power using expansive definitions of various words in the Commerce Clause. But future courts ignored an important limiting ...

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Three Supreme Court Cases that Twisted the Commerce Clause

By: Funky Euphemism Despite the words that make up the commerce clause and necessary and proper clause remaining constant over the past two centuries, the Supreme Court’s interpretation of their ...

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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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USMCA “Trade Agreement”, the North American Union, an Article V convention, and Red Flag Laws: Connecting the Dots

By Publius Huldah The Globalists have long been in the process of setting up a dictatorial and totalitarian oligarchy over the United States. Now they are putting the last pieces ...

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The Commerce Clause and the Constitution: Not a Power to Do Whatever They Want

By: Michael Boldin The federal government claims that Article I, Section 8, Clause 3 of the Constitution gives it the power to regulate and control everything from healthcare, to what ...

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