The Seventeenth Amendment: Destroying State Sovereignty

From 1789 to 1913 the power to choose United States Senators was vested by the Constitution in the State… [more]

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Pennsylvania Mutiny Chases Congress to Princeton, NJ

The Constitution provided for the creation of a “federal enclave” for the United States capital with… [more]

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The Exclusionary Rule in US Criminal Trials

Part of the Bill of Rights, the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution prohibits government… [more]

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Halbig & King, Not Just About Obamacare, But Who Makes Our Laws

Obamacare is clearly not out of the legal woods, as demonstrated by the Federal Appeals Court decisions… [more]

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US Declaration of Independence: Unprecedented Change to the World

On June 7, 1776 Virginia’s Richard Henry Lee stood up in the Second Continental Congress in Philadelphia… [more]

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Constitution Educational Series

Seventeenth Amendment

The Seventeenth Amendment: Destroying State Sovereignty

From 1789 to 1913 the power to choose United States Senators was vested by the Constitution in the State legislatures. The Seventeenth Amendment altered the process by providing for direct election of … [Read More...]

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Constitution & Its People

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Pennsylvania Mutiny Chases Congress to Princeton, NJ

The Constitution provided for the creation of a “federal enclave” for the United States capital with these words: “To exercise exclusive Legislation in all Cases whatsoever, over such District (not … [Read More...]

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General Law

fourthamendment

The Exclusionary Rule in US Criminal Trials

Part of the Bill of Rights, the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution prohibits government searches or seizures without a warrant issued by a disinterested magistrate. The Fourth … [Read More...]

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Legal News

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Halbig & King, Not Just About Obamacare, But Who Makes Our Laws

Obamacare is clearly not out of the legal woods, as demonstrated by the Federal Appeals Court decisions of Halbig v. Burwell[1] and King v. Burwell[2] both decided on the same day and reaching … [Read More...]

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Guest Commentary & Reflections

Richard Henry Lee Resolution for Independence

US Declaration of Independence: Unprecedented Change to the World

On June 7, 1776 Virginia’s Richard Henry Lee stood up in the Second Continental Congress in Philadelphia and offered a resolution that would forever change the course of American and world … [Read More...]

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