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Part 2 - What threats did The Federalist Papers and James Otis illuminate?

The main thrust of the Federalist Papers was to solidify the governance principles of separation of powers, insurance of proper checks and balances, and the value of Federalism. 668 more words

Part 2

Pack.v.St.2014.OK.66

In Pack, the Supreme Court assumed original jurisdiction and determined that HB 3399, the bill that repealed the “Common Core” educational standards in Oklahoma, does not violate  27 more words

Power.suits (ok.civ.law)

COURT REFUSES TO RESPOND TO REQUEST FOR COMMON LAW ACCESS TO PUBLIC RECORDS

 COURT CONTINUES TO REFUSE TO REPLY TO

COMMON LAW RIGHT OF ACCESS REQUESTS

COURT WILL NOT EXPLAIN OR REPLY TO:

FALSE IMPRISONMENT ON 8/19/2013

COMMON LAW RIGHT OF ACCESS TO COURT RECORDS… 311 more words

Court Corruption

CONSULTATION: FAIRNESS, LAW AND THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS

Fairness and family law reform

One of the very real difficulties in writing on consultation in the context of Sir James Munby is the unprincipled and autocratic way in which he administers the family court, and seeks – in effect – to legislate where he has no real delegated power so to do. 1,315 more words

Administrative State

For a hundred-plus years the progressive vision has sought to overturn the constitutional vision of separation of powers; of separate branches in conflict. Because the latter vision makes it purposely hard to enact laws, the former vision became frustrated and sought to find ways around the separation of powers. 261 more words

Tahir ul Qadri and the Islamic State

Considering current events in Pakistan, I thought it would be prudent to read some of the literature that Dr. Tahir ul Qadri has published on what an Islamic polity should look like. 2,102 more words

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