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It seems 2016 Dunce Move Award winner, Delroy Chuck, can’t get enough of the taste of shoe leather.

Back in March 2016 (barely in power long enough to distinguish between his portfolio and frozen water) 1,408 more words

Columns: Playing Solitaire With The Hermit Of The People


THE TERM “JUDICIAL OVERREACH”  HAS BEEN RECENTLY HITTING THE NEWS HEADLINES, So what is it ? what are its implications in the day to day administration’s ? 356 more words


Should the Supreme Court nullify the Election?

With every day that Donald Trump drags the federal government further into chaos, his opposition tries to think of ways to remove him without relying on Congress.   977 more words

The ‘Great Repeal Bill’ and Delegated Powers

By Mark Elliott and Stephen Tierney

A good deal of the legal and constitutional interest generated by Brexit has so far, perhaps unsurprisingly, focussed upon the very beginning of the withdrawal process. 2,192 more words

Constitutional Law

North Carolina Governor Has Day In Court Against His Legislators

Just before North Carolina Governor Ray Cooper took office, the state general assembly voted, along party lines, to give themselves more power while taking power away from the state’s executive branch. 191 more words


Trump's Russian Roulette: we've got the cover-up, but where's the crime?

The circumstantial evidence that Donald Trump, his campaign, his family, and his businesses have unsavory ties to Russia has grown to near-undeniable levels. Still, criminal offenses have yet to be uncovered. 1,084 more words

Silverton sets meeting Feb. 27 to replace mayor

Silverton is wasting no time in taking steps toward appointing a mayor following the resignation of Rick Lewis.

Lewis, who was first elected to serve in 2014, resigned Thursday just prior to being sworn in as the House District 18 state representative. 8 more words

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