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The United States Constitution

The Constitution  is the founding document that the United States government is based on and is the most important founding document in our lives in 2014. 597 more words

Separation Of Powers

The Justiciablity of Social, Economic and Cultural Rights

Alastair Richardson

JF Law and French | TCLR Junior Editorial Board

‘Simply stated, universality of human rights means that human rights must be the same everywhere and for everyone…Human rights are indivisible.

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Judge Kopf on Mandatory Minimums

At his blog Hercules and the Umpire, Richard G. Kopf, a judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Nebraska, has a fascinating post on mandatory minimum sentences… 647 more words

Criminal Law/Policy

Federal Judge Rules Against Obama's Immigration Action

A federal judge ruled Tuesday that President Barack Obama’s recent executive actions to protect millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation is unconstitutional.

Judge Arthur Schwab of the Western District of Pennsylvania found the actions violated the constitution’s separation of powers, … 146 more words

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The real "Father of the Constitution" (Part 2)

In my previous post, I discussed some of Gouverneur Morris’s contributions to the American Founding. Here, I’ll talk about Morris’s theory of politics and show how it influenced the Constitution. 680 more words

American Political Thought

A Letter to Friends and Citizens

It came to be known as George Washington’s Farewell Address.  But it was never given as a speech. Distributed instead as a letter to the people of the United States it’s considered one of the most important documents in American history. 680 more words

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