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Executive Privilege and Constitutional Shrivelage

There is disagreement about the merits and wisdom of a lawsuit filed this week by the House of Representatives against President Obama for his refusal to enforce various provisions of the Affordable Care Act, even among those who have opposed the president’s decisions. 390 more words

If Obama Tries to Grant Legal Status to Illegal Immigrants, the States Have Standing to Sue

If Obama Tries to Grant Legal Status to Illegal Immigrants, the States Have Standing to Sue

American Thinker ^ | July 31, 2014 | Allan J. 167 more words

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The Shaping of a Monster... "Judge Andrew Napolitano has written a book, Theodore and Woodrow... " – LewRockwell.com

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Judge Andrew Napolitano has written a book, Theodore and Woodrow. It is on the first decades of the 20th century, when the Progressive movement captured American politics. 645 more words

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Liberty Pen: Video: Glen Beck & Andrew Napolitano: The Future of the Republican Party

This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger

The Republican Party could take three courses as far as their future goes, but I only see one viable course they could take that could make them a governing party again which includes the White House. 400 more words

Opinion

Liberty Pen: Video: Glen Beck & Andrew Napolitano on the Future of the Republican Party

This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger

The Republican Party could take three courses as far as their future goes, but I only see one viable course they could take that could make them a governing party again which includes the White House. 400 more words

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"A Stroll Down Memory Lane": Sometimes, 'What Would Reagan Do?' Is The Wrong Question

After the public learned last week that Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 had been shot down, killing all 298 people on board, it wasn’t long before an obvious comparison came to mind: in September 1983, a Russian fighter jet shot down Korean Air Lines Flight 007. 546 more words

Conservatives

Frightening People into Silence - Andrew P. Napolitano

“Chilling” is the word lawyers use to describe governmental behavior that does not directly interfere with constitutionally protected freedoms, but rather tends to deter folks from exercising them. 456 more words

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