Creepy orange presidential candidate Donald Trump took another step in his pathetic effort to assure Republican voters that he is worthy of the presidency by releasing a list of eleven potential nominees to the United States Supreme Court. 826 more words
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The most important fake news story of the week was the one that tracked the every movement of Donald Trump and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, who met on Thursday as part of Trump’s strategy to beg for the support of the same people he has constantly referred to as stupid, incompetent, and corrupt. 1,335 more words
The Judicial Power Project has published a list of 50 “problematic” cases. It makes for interesting reading. The aim of the Judicial Power Project is to address the “problem” of “judicial overreach” which, it is said, “increasingly threatens the rule of law and effective, democratic government”. 1,316 more words
Originalism, the Unitary Executive, and the Constitutional Case for Obama’s Immigration Policy
The Obama administration’s immigration policy deferring deportation for more than four million illegal immigrants has been the focus of extensive constitutional debate since it was announced last fall. 37 more words
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In man, the governance of belief is achieved through the separation of powers where the powers are not in conflict with one another, and if they are, then that’s hypocrisy; which can be defined as a malfunction of the separation of powers.