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He’s refusing to enforce an “order” that includes people comply with clearly unconstitutional edicts—whether a judge says they’re unconstitutional or not.
He’s refusing to enforce an “order” that includes people comply with clearly unconstitutional edicts—whether a judge says they’re unconstitutional or not.
 
On January 22, 1973, the Supreme Court handed down one of the most controversial opinions in its history. It issued its opinion regarding the constitutionality of state laws banning and even criminalizing abortion.
On January 22, 1973, the Supreme Court handed down one of the most controversial opinions in its history. It issued its opinion regarding the constitutionality of state laws banning and even criminalizing abortion.
 
Patrick Henry to the Virginia Convention to Ratify the US Constitution, in June 1788: "The great object is that every man be armed."
 
Last week's horrific terrorist attack in Paris seems to be causing changes in the way policymakers think about the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, and, one way or another, those changes are likely to have an impact here in North Carolina.
Last week's horrific terrorist attack in Paris seems to be causing changes in the way policymakers think about the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, and, one way or another, those changes are likely to have an impact here in North Carolina.
 
Last week I provided links to a succession of blog posts in which Kurt Lash and Damon Root debated the meaning of the 14th Amendment's Privileges or Immunities Clause. Some of the posts were a bit snarky, but yesterday the level of civility hit a new low when Prof. Lash suggested that, while...
Last week I provided links to a succession of blog posts in which Kurt Lash and Damon Root debated the meaning of the 14th Amendment's Privileges or Immunities Clause. Some of the posts were a bit snarky, but yesterday the level of civility hit a new low when Prof. Lash suggested that, while...
 
Why bother having elections? We have these unelected law school graduates in black robes regularly stomping all over the will of the people and their elected officials.
Why bother having elections? We have these unelected law school graduates in black robes regularly stomping all over the will of the people and their elected officials.
 
Most preachers are pretty busy with church stuff on Sundays. Not the most-holy-of-holies, reverend Bill Barber, though. The Round Rev was busy preening in front of the slobbering sycophants and their cameras
Most preachers are pretty busy with church stuff on Sundays. Not the most-holy-of-holies, reverend Bill Barber, though. The Round Rev was busy preening in front of the slobbering sycophants and their cameras
 
A few weeks ago, I was identifying to some friends the various founders in an online photo of Howard Chandler Christy's famous painting, Signing of the Constitution of the United States.
A few weeks ago, I was identifying to some friends the various founders in an online photo of Howard Chandler Christy's famous painting, Signing of the Constitution of the United States.
 
James Madison is often referred to as the "Father of the Constitution." But Madison's ties to the U.S. Constitution go beyond the role he played at its birth. Jeff Broadwater, professor of history at Barton College, highlights...
James Madison is often referred to as the "Father of the Constitution." But Madison's ties to the U.S. Constitution go beyond the role he played at its birth. Jeff Broadwater, professor of history at Barton College, highlights...
 
The U.S. Constitution is the supreme law of the land, and it trumps state constitutions and state laws. Does this mean the federal government can tell state governments what to do?
The U.S. Constitution is the supreme law of the land, and it trumps state constitutions and state laws. Does this mean the federal government can tell state governments what to do?
 
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