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  • Jodi Arias
    Constitutional matters put pause on Jodi Arias trial, Bill and Sandy Arias talk
    There seems to be no end to the drama in the case of the State of Arizona versus Jodi Arias, trial for the murder of Travis Alexander. Situations and proceedings have reached a point where reporters and legal analysts the world over are throwing...
  • Ayn_Paul
    EDUCATING JOHN STOSSEL ON LIBERTARIAN IDEALS
    EDUCATING JOHN STOSSEL ON LIBERTARIAN IDEALSWithout making this a 7 page explanation, I will simply say, that the most libertarian being that ever existed is SATAN the devil. Some of you may have heard me say that the best politicians would...
  • Mr. Obama explains it's only this much
    Law Prof: Obama's 'concentration of power' a danger to the constitutional system
    A notedliberal law professor, Jonathan Turley, says Barack Obama is a danger – to the U.S. Constitution. Turley is a nationally recognized legal scholar, and law professor at Georgetown.The topicsTurley haswritten about range from...
  • Cutting down trees to advertise doesn't provides a substantial service
    Cutting down trees to advertise doesn't provide a substantial service
    What’s constitutional? Along I-85 an advertising company wants to cut down trees to put up billboards. The trees are already in-service and taking them down will demolish the scenic beauty, flood control, and peace they are already providing...
  • Are you hunting Dinosaurs?
    The Right to Bear Arms
    In the days and weeks following the Arizona massacre, voices from every angle of the political spectrum have been debating gun rights and weapons bans. Gun rights activists say, “Guns don’t kill people, people kill people.”...
  • "We The People"
    "We The People"
    In a symbolic move The House reads The Constitution out loud, amid objections from some on the floor as made by Rep. Jay Inslee, (D) question the documents reading. With Rep. Jay Inslee, question of the article, a groan from other members could be...
  • Doctor
    Healthcare reform needs everyone in the pool
    Republicans are crowing over the recent district court ruling declaring the individual mandate part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional. This ruling will be appealed and also stands against four previous district...
  • Minority party candidate
    Ohio Independent Senate candidate Pryce decries 'stacked' deck for Dems, GOP
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (CGE) - In the cavalcade of political polls performed this election season by a variety of polling firms on who Ohioans will select for their next U.S. Senator, none of them included Michael L. Pryce MD, Ohio's only independent...
  • Alamo reefs
    Texas Pledge of Allegiance ruled constitutional by Court
    The Texas Pledge of Allegiance is constitutional, ruled the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth on Wednesday, October 13, 2010.The federal court’s decision rejected an appeal filed by a Dallas couple, who unsuccessfully argued that the State...