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NC congressional districts struck down as unconstitutional partisan gerrymanders

A panel of federal judges struck down North Carolina’s election districts for U.S. Congress on Tuesday as unconstitutional partisan gerrymanders and gave lawmakers until Jan. 29 to bring them new maps to correct the problem. 1,386 more words


Delaying The Seating Of Senator-Elect Jones Would Be Partisan And Unconstitutional

(Source: www.forbes.com)

Senate Republicans, led by Republican Majority Leader McConnell, may well intend to delay the seating of Senator-elect Douglas Jones to finish their business this year, especially the tax bill, without the bother of respecting the constitutionally empowered Alabama voters. 210 more words

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If the Law Is This Complicated, Why Shouldn’t Ignorance Be an Excuse?

By Clark Neily

This article appeared in Townhall on October 30, 2017

“Because I said so.” “Life isn’t fair.” “Ignorance of the law is no excuse.” These are some of the great cop-outs of all time, and the last one is particularly troubling in a country with so many laws that it is impossible to count—let alone read—them all. 877 more words


Election before time are unconstitutional, Khursheed Shah


Election before time are unconstitutional, Khursheed Shah Election before time are unconstitutional, Khursheed Shah


Read our Letter to Pennsylvania Lawmakers Outlining Why SB3 is Unconstitutional

On December 6, we sent this letter to members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives outlining why Senate Bill 3 is unconstitutional. The House is expected to vote on Senate Bill 3 next week, as early as Monday, December 11. 757 more words


Practical Efficiency And Death Of The United States

This nation was founded on the God-given right of liberty. All things must be weighed against that right. Tyranny, oppression and suppression are evil and must be opposed.
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Are Threats to Refuse to Seat Moore Unconstitutional?

Nov 17, 2017  by  Steve Byas

“The definition of the right of suffrage is very justly regarded as a fundamental article of republican government,” wrote James Madison in The Federalist, No.

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