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Alabama Supreme Court Will not recognize Federal courts ruling on marriage

Justice Roy Moore strikes a major blow against judicial tyranny Bryan Fischer – Guest Columnist

Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Bryan FischerThe U.S. Constitution gives no jurisdiction whatsoever to any branch of the federal government to dictate marriage policy to the states. 694 more words

Politics

Militia, Pt. 4

The Influence of the State and Federal Governments Compared
From the New York Packet.
Tuesday, January 29, 1788.
Author: James Madison

To the People of the State of New York (cont’d): … 191 more words

Federalist Papers

Separation of Powers

“When the legislative and executive powers are united in the same person, or in the same corps,” (says ) “there can be no liberty. Because, it may be feared, that the same monarch or senate will make tyrannical laws, that they may execute them tyrannically.” 12 more words

Federalist Papers

Tony starts the year on the wrong foot. Episode 1

Tony Abbott has been warned that he risks undermining public confidence in the courts by attacking the decision of a senior Victorian magistrate to grant bail to an alleged terrorist sympathiser. 482 more words

Republican Kisses

No, the Davey Crockett coonskin cap didn’t help. It was still Pittsburgh, and on July 17, 1955, Disneyland opened out here in Anaheim – the Happiest Place on Earth, and a theme park too, maybe the first one. 3,111 more words

Immigration Reform

Arrogation of powers, September 28, 2002

MANY lawyers, and other citizens as well, are anxiously awaiting the reaction of the House of Representatives to the expected denial by the Supreme Court of the motion of reconsideration of its recent decision invalidating the release of Rep. 790 more words

2002

Enemies of the President’s Promse: Mahinda Rajapaksa and the Seven Dwarfs – The Prince (Part 1)

It is not likely that the President will be awakened swiftly from the enchantment cast upon him by his closest advisers. However, if and when he does realize that a change is essential if he is to preserve not just his legacy, but even perhaps his Presidency, he has some obviously desirable remedies to hand. 1,457 more words

Provincial Council