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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

Hero Judge: NJ Appellate Judge Harris Dissents in Support of NJ Constitution

 

THE MOST FRUSTRATING ASPECT OF THE JUDICIARY IS:

THE FACT THAT:

ONLY A FEW JUDGES UNDERSTAND THE CONSTITUTION,

THANKFULLY JUDGE HARRIS IS ONE OF THOSE JUDGES… 7,537 more words

New Jersey

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

Islamic State

"A Constitutionalist in Full: Jonathan Turley’s Selfless Defense of the Constitution," By Kevin Gutzman

Prof. Jonathan Turley of the George Washington University Law School in Washington, DC is a brave fellow. Rather, he is one who must be satisfied with his position in legal academia. 920 more words

Essays And Reviews

Alberto Gonzales: Obama's time for immigration action

Alberto Gonzales: Obama’s time for immigration action.

“Imperial Presidency.”

The executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America. He shall hold his Office during the Term of four Years, and, together with the Vice President, chosen for the same Term, be elected, as follows… 95 more words

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