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The Lawless Underpinnings of the Iran Nuclear Deal


July 26, 2015 6:32 p.m. ET

The Iranian nuclear agreement announced on July 14 is unconstitutional, violates international law and features commitments that President Obama could not lawfully make. 848 more words


Our American Republic - Ep. 35: Rule of Law

On this episode of Our American Republic, we are going to talk about the Rule of Law in the United States of America. Rule of Law is the antithesis of Rule of Man. 134 more words


Taking the Iran Deal Disaster Seriously

By David B. Rivkin Jr and Lee A. Casey; July 21, 2015, in The National Interest

The best approach to Iran in the wake of President Obama’s deal is to recognize the complex nature of the problem, and the absolute need for a well-considered and comprehensive approach. 990 more words

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Vance Commentary Tees Up the Real Issues in McCleary

This morning, Crosscut posted Chris Vance’s commentary on the end of the legislative session and the next steps in the separation of powers fight between the Legislature and the Supreme Court in the ongoing McCleary case. 955 more words

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President's Immigration Actions Heard by 5th Circuit Court of Appeals

Obama Plan for Immigration Action Gets a Cold Reception at Appeals Court

New York Times

by Julia Preston

NEW ORLEANS — Government lawyers labored on Friday to persuade federal appeals court judges here to allow…

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Politics of decentralization in the Sub-Saharan country of South Africa

Politics of decentralization in the Sub-Saharan country of South Africa

“The Republic of South Africa is one sovereign, democratic state.”

However, the South African Constitution includes elements of federalism. 2,172 more words


Hutchison: People need to have their voices heard

JOSHUA BOUCHER | Staff Photographer
Kay Bailey Hutchison, former senator from Texas, discusses civic literacy and the balance of power between branches of government in the Amphitheater on Friday. 4,640 more words

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