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Supreme Court Upholds “Travel Ban” With “DUH”

There’s a legal phrase that an appellate court uses to say a lower court failed to follow the law: ABUSE OF DISCRETION It’s the legal equivalent of “DUH”. In his majority opinion for the United States Supreme Court that upheld President Trump’s limitations on travel to the United States in the case of Hawaii v. […]

The Fourteenth Amendment’s Privileges OR Immunities Clause

The Supreme Court deserves the respect it earns.  When it fails to enforce the Constitution as it was written its credibility is strained.  Regarding the Fourteenth Amendment’s Privileges or Immunities Clause, it has been wrong for nearly 150 years. The Bill of Rights was ratified in 1791 in response to complaints that the original Constitution […]