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Protect our Privacy!

Shared from the ACLU:

Last year we won strong internet privacy rules. The Federal Communications Commission introduced protections that require companies like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon to get your permission before they sell your private information to the highest bidder. 201 more words

Constitutional Issues

. . . and to the Republic for which it stands . . .

After decades of muddled thinking, we finally have a president who understands that the United States is Republic: 50 co-equal states which have the responsibility for the day-to-day business of American life and the welfare of their citizens. 360 more words

Society & Culture

Guessed Wrong

A Federal judge in Hawaii has proven me wrong.

In my review of the updated immigration executive order (aka “travel ban”), I guessed the revised order would pass legal muster. 319 more words


Welcome To Constitutional Issues

Our baseline assumptions of equality and rights articulated in our Bill of Rights and the foundations of our democracy as described in the Constitution and its amendments define our nation.   31 more words


Alabama Getting Out of the Marriage Business?

Or, more accurately, it appears Alabama may be getting out of the business of violently regulating marriage.  Alabama Senate Bill 20 passed a key procedural hurdle last week, receiving a 9-0 vote from the state’s Senate Judiciary Committee on 23 February.  254 more words

Constitutional Issues

Brexit reading list: legal and constitutional issues

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The House of Commons Library has compiled an impartial selection of articles on the legal and constitutional issues arising from the UK’s forthcoming withdrawal from the EU. 103 more words


Anything But Quiet

This is day six since the last posting of any presidential action on the White House website. In some respects, it was inevitable the orders, memoranda, etc. 538 more words

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