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"The Constitution Does Not Apply to American Citizens Overseas"

Krauthammer makes the claim.

Greenwald declares it a demonstrably false absurdity.

Let’s first look at what Charles Krauthammer said:

Now we’re talking about a larger, more controversial issue: the…

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Politics

Those Behind the U.N. Small Arms Treaty and Passage

Amazing KeysToLiberty is not the only website that has caught on to the passage of the Small Arms Treaty, a little late, but onboard is… 785 more words

Treaty Cannot Infringe The Constitution

(For Frank ‘Austin’ England III) 

 


TREATY CANNOT INFRINGE THE CONSTITUTION

 

“A treaty cannot change the Constitution or be held valid if it be in violation of that document.”  — 321 more words

The American Aversion to Treaties: Examining the Legal Opposition to the UNCRC

The American Aversion to Treaties: Examining the Legal Opposition to the UNCRC
By Aidan Milliff

Critics of the United States’ failure to ratify a host of UN treaties in the late 20th and early 21st century commonly point to two distinct objections. 983 more words

Law Blog

I Got Sidetracked Today!

I promised more info on the Supreme Court case from 1956 that I am doing family research for.  The cases of Reid v. Covert and… 304 more words

My Family Research

What We Want - Part III

By: Richard A. Correa Sr. SGT RIARNG, Retired

One of the most dangerous issues of today is the progressive view that a treaty with the UN is law superior to the US Constitution and that we should make interpretations of our law based on this and how foreign courts have resolved cases of a similar nature to cases before courts in the United States. 1,182 more words

Constitution

What We Want - Part III

By: Richard A. Correa Sr. SGT RIARNG, Retired

One of the most dangerous issues of today is the progressive view that a treaty with the UN is law superior to the US Constitution and that we should make interpretations of our law based on this and how foreign courts have resolved cases of a similar nature to cases before courts in the United States. 1,182 more words

Rebellions