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“A So-Called ‘Living Originalist’ Attempt to Unseat the Real Constitution,” By Kevin Gutzman

Writing in The Washington Post for July 11, Yale Law School’s Prof. Jack Balkin sketches out a proposal for liberal academics to remake constitutional law along lines that are “both originalist and living constitutionalist.” His argument is that liberals in legal academia and on federal courts can reclaim the Constitution for their aims—“liberty and equality”–and launch the country on a new period of “originalism” in the tradition of Justice Hugo Black. 1,687 more words

Essays And Reviews

More border disorder

Watching the political left subvert the US Constitution on so many fronts lately demonstrates they believe they possess the political power to frame the entire debate. 723 more words

Politics

In God We Trust...

I forward the below image to my American brothers and sisters with the following note – We the People must stand together and be prepared to take America back together and rebuild America using our strength, our voices, and our firm beliefs in what was given to us by our Founding Fathers, the United States Constitution. 50 more words

Observations

Is Federal Waste and Fraud Inevitable?

My congressman, Mick Mulvaney (R-SC), frequently holds town hall meetings in his home district.  Each meeting includes a half-hour presentation of current, relevant information and a one-hour question and answer period.  749 more words

Our Economic Mess

Why Have a Bill of Rights ?

In any free society that area of life which is left to the sole discretion of the individual includes all actions that are not specifically forbidden by a general law. 985 more words

Dr. Robert Owens