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"Clause (f) of Article 62 of the Constitution provides a feast of legal obscurities… (They) relate to a man's state of mind and cannot be... [Read More]
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John Moore, a candidate for Hendersonville City Council who was disqualified from the race due to his age, is taking his argument to the state... [Read More]
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Nevada Democrats are in an uproar over Nevada Republicans exercising their constitutional rights. [Read More]
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By requiring San Francisco and other California communities to allow federal immigration agents into their jails and give them 48 hours' notice of certain immigrants'... [Read More]
Elected officials in this country have, ultimately, a single responsibility: the defense of the Constitution from all threats, foreign and domestic. The... [Read More]
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Arizona utility regulators elected with confirmed or suspected financial backing from the state's largest electric utility on Tuesday approved a rate increase for the company... [Read More]
Court determined the congressional boundaries violate the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. [Read More]
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One of the core principles enshrined in the Fourth Amendment is a prohibition on general searches — meaning, the government cannot simply go fishing for... [Read More]
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I have voted in 14 presidential elections. Some presidents I have liked a whole lot more than others.However, at least, in their own way I... [Read More]
A restaurant worker in Berkeley was canned after he was exposed on Twitter as a participant. Nothing in our outdated Constitution prevents an employer... [Read More]
Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's legal team continues to file for a new trial while President Trump promises Arpaio a pardon. [Read More]
The U.S. Justice Department has requested information from a California web hosting provider about anyone who visited DisruptJ20.org, a website that coordinated protests against Donald... [Read More]
North Idaho state Rep. Heather Scott, in a Facebook post on Sunday, defended white nationalists in the wake of the events in Charlotte, Va. a... [Read More]
The violent clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia, have turned a spotlight on the freedom of speech — one of the first rights enumerated in the U.S.... [Read More]
There is never a good time to pardon a sheriff who was found in criminal contempt for routinely violating the constitutional rights of people he... [Read More]
Brazilian indigenous activists are expected to protest in the capital Brasilia on Wednesday ahead of a Supreme Court verdict that could weaken tribes' legal hold... [Read More]
The National Park Service is investigating The words were found around 4:30 a.m. Tuesday morning on a pillar at the monument that overlooks the... [Read More]
Although your less-than-friendly neighborhood "alt-righter" might want to pervert it into a license to say any bigoted thing they want, the First Amendment of the... [Read More]
Although your less-than-friendly neighborhood "alt-righter" might want to pervert it into a license to say any bigoted thing they want, the First Amendment of the... [Read More]
Judge Roy Moore's crusade may be coming to Capitol Hill. HOMEWOOD, Alabama — Judge Roy Moore, perhaps the leading candidate in today's Alabama Senate race,... [Read More]
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