Most historians view our Constitution as one of the greatest developments in human society. Clearly it was far from perfect in its origins, though it is continually changed – mostly for the better – through amendments and evolving interpretations. 456 more words
Tags » Constitution
Representation of the People Act, 1951=
Once this Court has addressed an issue on a substantial question of law as to the structure of the Constitution and has laid down the law, a request for revisit shall not be welcomed unless it is shown that the structural interpretation is palpably erroneous… 31,492 more words
Since the Reagan era, Republicans have kept their eye on the federal courts, seeing them, correctly, as citadels of reaction that stand for decades. Democrats have not. 319 more words
US Homeland Security Will Start Collecting Social Media Info on All Immigrants October 18th. Just say “NO”!
“We see this as part of a larger process of high-tech surveillance of immigrants and more and more people being subjected to social media screening,” Schwartz told BuzzFeed News. 409 more words
Adhulu insaaf gaaimukurumuge nizaamakee komme gaumehgaves onna emme muhimmu eh nizaameve. Verikankurumuge baaraai, qanoon hedhumuge baaraai, adhulu insaaf gaaimukurumuge baarakee democratic komme gaumehgaves vaki kohfaivaa 3 baareve. 863 more words
Written by Chai Boon Kheng.
The question of Taiwan presents one of the most elusive problems in international law. While treaty texts pertaining to Taiwan are easily available to anyone, specialised knowledge and careful dissections are required to present an accurate interpretation of these treaties. 1,160 more words