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We the People of the United States, (OK so far) in Order to form a more perfect Union, (far from perfect and... [Read More]
Can anything be done about the firecrackers that we are subjected to on Vashon Island for several days around every 4th of July? This year... [Read More]
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States are fighting back against Trump's withdrawal from the Paris climate deal, but the US Constitution may stop them. [Read More]
US president Donald Trump is being sued by people he blocked on Twitter who claim that was a violation of their right to free speech... [Read More]
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Happy nonpartisan Fourth of July! In this rancorous political environment, America's birthday is a chance for people to leave the verbal fireworks aside, at least... [Read More]
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The US Senate must vote again on legislation imposing new sanctions on Russia because the version passed earlier this month violated the US Constitution, House... [Read More]
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How President Trump's opponents believe the US Constitution may prove the most effective barrier against his policies. [Read More]
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Many are concerned about the separation of Church and state clause of the US Constitution... [Read More]
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The US Supreme Court on Monday partially reinstated Donald Trump's controversial travel ban targeting citizens from six predominantly Muslim countries, prompting the president to claim... [Read More]
The decision is a win for President Trump, who has insisted the ban is necessary for national security, despite criticism that it singles out Muslims... [Read More]
Maryland And DC Sue Over Payments To Trump Hotels ... [Read More]
Well here's a little trivia for you. The US Constitution is actually the nation's second such document. [Read More]
The new US bill seeking to step up sanctions against Tehran and Moscow violates the US constitution, consequently, its consideration by the US House of... [Read More]
The US Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of an Asian-American band calling themselves The Slants, who had been denied the right to trademark... [Read More]
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