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A CONVERSATION BETWEEN NEIL GORSUCH AND THE RESURRECTED CORPSE OF JAMES MADISON

3 February 2017

Neil Gorsuch: I just want to say, first of all, Jim — can I call you Jim? I’ll call you Jim — that it’s an honor and a privilege to be sitting here with you, strangely and inexplicably — and quite possibly immorally — to talk about something we both take very seriously: the U.S. 1,594 more words

Conversations

"Sounds Of The City On Capitol Hill"

Museums, statues, monuments, government offices; the National Mall in DC is like a humanities teacher’s theme park. We’ve taken in a fair few of that which is on offer during the last 3 days here and we still have the best part of the day tomorrow to tie up a few loose ends before we continue our journey south. 978 more words

Travel

Capitalizing on a Capitol Visit

Visiting Capitol Hill 

Seeing all of the views of the Inauguration today reminds me of being on Capitol Hill less than a month ago. Visiting the Capitol building and it’s neighbors the Supreme Court and the Library of Congress make a great day excursion in Washington, D.C.. 1,028 more words

First Bus case -Supreme Court Decision Wed. January 18th

An important case reaching its conclusion – please follow the link below to find out more from the DPAC website…

Source: First Bus case -Supreme Court Decision Wed. January 18th

Law

1)  What is the Supreme Court’s “check” on the other branches of government?  From where does this power come?  Please discuss the relevant case, Marbury v. 45 more words

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First Amendment Folly: An Evaluation of Carl H. Esbeck’s “Protestant Dissent and the Virginia Disestablishment 1776-1786” (Introduction)

Several months ago I posted a blog on the abuse of history in constitutional law (“The Politics of Deception”), and this is the first of the promised evaluations exposing this abuse. 2,702 more words

History