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Roe v. Wade: The Power of a Law Review

There were plenty of articles leading up to Roe versus Wade proposing ways to make abortion a constitutional right. There was a law professor named Roy Lucas at the University of Alabama Law School. He published an article in the, uh, North Carolina Law Review that advocated and sought judicial intervention with respect to the […]

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Can Congress Sub-Delegate Legislative Powers? [No. 86]
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Can Congress Sub-Delegate Legislative Powers? [No. 86]

The Constitution of the United States divides up powers of government among different institutions. It vests all legislative powers herein granted in Congress; it vests the executive power in the President and through the President and subordinates within administrative agencies. And it vests the judicial power of the United States in Federal Courts. Question is, […]

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Me vs Tory MP on SHUTTING DOWN PARLIAMENT

and I guess where some of the outrage and anger is is because we’ve now got a prime minister who looks as if he’s going to deliver the brexit that people voted for and so the protests that are taking place today on the streets of London basically Boris has smoked them out because what […]

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Economic Vs. Civil Liberties – Learn Liberty
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Economic Vs. Civil Liberties – Learn Liberty

The stereotype is that Cconservatives understand how economic liberty works and don’t care as much for civil liberties, and that the Lliberals care about civil liberties but don’t really care much about economic freedom or know really how free market economies are supposed to work. The truth is there’s no real distinction between civil liberties […]

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What About Brown v. Board of Education? [No. 86]

So, Brown v. Board of Education is often held up as the great modern example of a decision that is both, has to be right but also contradicts originalist premises, and that is certainly the way the opinion reads, the court expressly declines to quote, “set the clock back,” to the time of the adoption […]

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