A federal judge on Sunday struck down Alaska’s first-in-the-nation ban on gay marriages, the latest court decision in a week for the issue across the country.
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Levin previewed an argument under Article Five of the United States Constitution which expresses how the Constitution can be changed through the amendment process by using the traditional passage of a proposed amendment by two-thirds of both the House of Representatives and the Senate; then on to the several states for ratification.
This past Friday, the three candidates vying for the Republican nomination to the U.S. Senate met in the first televised forum of the campaign season.
The Left always said that America needs to be more like Europe and Japan in terms of health policy. Well, why are they suddenly so shy about playing follow the leader?
If we choose to “to suffer while evils are sufferable,” we might not get another chance. It’s time to party like it’s 1776.
Recently, the state of California has done, or threatened to do, some very “radical” things in defiance of the federal government.
No, the Constitution doesn’t vest the lower courts with the power to immediately shut down our sovereignty. Congress has complete control over courts’ subjects of jurisdiction, as well as the appellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Court.
Over the last century, we have seen an exponential growth of the federal bureaucracy.
Last week, the Arizona House of Representatives passed a House Concurrent Memorial urging Congress “to divide the Ninth Circuit into two separate circuits,” citing a long list of systemic flaws and alleged abuses the court has visited on the people of the Grand Canyon State.
U.S. federal courts have aggressively attacked state sovereignty over the past several decades. One elected leader has stood against this tyranny and is now paying the price. Find out about his battle and how you can help him here.