Category Archives: Separation of Powers

Originalism, the Unitary Executive, and the Constitutional Case for Obama’s Immigration Policy

Originalism, the Unitary Executive, and the Constitutional Case for Obama’s Immigration Policy The Obama administration’s immigration policy deferring deportation for more than four million illegal immigrants has been the focus of extensive constitutional debate since it was announced last fall. … Continue reading

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SCOTUS, Let’s DEAL with it..!

SCOTUS, Let’s DEAL with it..! So many things happening in politics, especially this week. But we shouldn’t lose sight of the Supreme Court’s most recent tour of the administrative state. The venue? The Obama administration’s controversial immigration initiative, in the … Continue reading

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Allow me to address Personal Responsibility

 Allow me to address Personal Responsibility The US Supreme Court weighs a major immigration case Monday that could impact the fate of millions of people facing possible deportation and further raise the stakes in the 2016 White House race. Straight … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Justice Scalia dies

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia reaffirmed his commitment to defending the Constitution while speaking to the Federalist Society in his home state of New Jersey on Friday. Scalia, the preeminent conservative firebrand of the court, told the audience it is … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Shows Brilliance!

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia reaffirmed his commitment to defending the Constitution while speaking to the Federalist Society in his home state of New Jersey on Friday. Scalia, the preeminent conservative firebrand of the court, told the audience it is … Continue reading

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The Separation of Powers Doctrine

The Separation of Powers Doctrine The separation of powers doctrine makes it very clear we can never expect good results if the government consists only in the legislative branch. Just imagine the overwhelming doses of gridlock simply because — the … Continue reading

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Who Makes Our Laws..?

What content we have been trying to address here is that many similarly troubling judicial actions that add up to an entrenched pattern of government by judges that is nothing less than the usurpation of politics. We agree that this … Continue reading

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Facing political correctness at extreme failure…

As for me and my crew, we believe that the biggest and single most important problem that faces America right now is what we refer to as the primary results of political correctness. To be as open as possible we … Continue reading

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Founding Fathers Friday

Seeing humankind as I do—the only animal on earth that creates problems for themselves—even to the point of our own existence. If there is anyone who can think of a particular species of animal that can cause its own destruction … Continue reading

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“These are the times that try men’s souls…”

“THESE are the times that try men’s souls…” These times (spoken about) are priceless as they are will no longer taught to our children. Many ‘freedoms and or rights’ are banned in some places. How does one say that you … Continue reading

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