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The Executive Power Shall Be Vested in a President, Not Robert Mueller

Separation of powers is paramount in our system. If I wrote this article a week ago, I would have been dismissed as a partisan hack that had no interest in seeing the Mueller Investigation through to …

American Christians Have It Easy: Don’t Take Scripture For Granted

Owning a bible is no big deal, right? There is a level of ignorance among American Christians. We forget what our brothers and sisters in Christ experience throughout the rest of the world. Growing up …

BREAKING: Trump Tweets… Golan Heights = Israel

The disputed territory must finally be recognized as a part of Israel according to President Trump. On Thursday afternoon Trump said the following in a tweet: “After 52 years it is time for the …

The First Piece Of Legislation Is Out Of The House

Democrats passed sweeping reforms for voting. H.R.1, or the “For the People Act,” was passed earlier this month.  With 234 members in the house, 96% of the democrats co-sponsored this bill.&n …

Supreme Court Denies Cert. to Hawaiian Bed & Breakfast over Religious Liberty Claim

The B&B refused to rent a room to a lesbian couple. Following Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, we thought that the Supreme Court would be more likely to address religious …

Nancy Wants Sophomores to Vote

Speaker Pelosi is open to lowering the voting age to 16. In a C-Span video picked up by Allie Beth Stuckey, Nancy Pelosi is asked about age restrictions to voting. Nancy Pelosi was at a press conferen …

How Far Removed Is a Gun Manufacturer from a Mass Shooting: The Sandy Hook Lawsuit

The families of the slaughtered Sandy Hook children sued Remington. The Connecticut Supreme Court sided with the families. In 2012, Adam Lanza murdered Twenty-Six children and his own mother. The very …

State Democrat Says It’s a Waste of Time, Federalism Begs to Differ

A Republican state legislator pens resolution opposing the Green New Deal. As we understand the principles that animate the United States, we see that the federal government has veered away from being …

126 Pages of Legalese: How Trump Can’t Win in Court

American law is infuriatingly convoluted. Yesterday, a federal judge in California ruled that the Trump Administration may not include a question regarding citizenship in the 2020 census. The Hill say …

Passing Gas…Tax Increase

Michigan Governor, Gretchen Whitmer, wants to charge more for gas in the state. According to Business Insider and a study conducted by the self-driving car company, Lvl5, Michigan has the worst roads …

Nuclear Mitch Rides Again

Godspeed, Senate Majority Leader! With the legislative branch split between republicans and democrats, the predominant branch of government finds itself in gridlock.  Proposed bills will surely g …

Ben Carson Will Leave The Trump Administration After 2020

Ben Carson is a gentle spirit who may not fit in well with cut throat politics. The Department of Housing and Urban Development has been led by Secretary Carson since Trump took office. Whereas other …

2020 Democratic Field Expands

Former Colorado Governor, John Hinkenlooper, has entered the race. John Hickenlooper has announced that he is running for the Democratic nomination for president in 2020. Axios says, “Hickenlooper, …

Biden Recants: Devout Christians Are Not Decent People

Joe Biden rocked the boat and had to apologize for it. Some have described Joe Biden as a “one-man gaffe machine.”  Dennis Miller said that if we could peer into his skull, we would see Nancy …

BREAKING: Benjamin Netanyahu to be Indicted

He faces several charges relating to his conduct in office. According to NBC News, “Israel’s attorney general announced Thursday that his office had indicted Prime Minister Benjamin Netany …

In Garza v. Idaho, Thomas and Gorsuch Make Scalia Smile

The right to an attorney is an assumed staple in American Criminal Procedure.  Is it though? A dissent in a Supreme Court case allows justices to think aloud, to explore issues not directly befor …

Bernard Moneybags Sanders

An impressive first week of fundraising has given the Sanders’ campaign an early boost. A report from Axios says that Bernie Sanders has raised $10,000,000 from individual donors over the past week …

Pew: Support for College Affirmative Action is Slipping

A new survey from Pew Research casts doubt on the public’s support for entangling race and college admissions. According to new data, “most Americans (73%) say colleges and universities should not …

NOT BREAKING NEWS: Woman Gets in Shoot Out with Pet Llama

A Louisiana woman shot her pet llama after being attacked. His name was Earl. This morning, the Associated Press broke the story on Twitter. Authorities in Louisiana say that the woman was working in …

Another Win for Selective Incorporation: No More Excessive Fines

The Excessive Fines Clause of the 8th Amendment has just been incorporated by a unanimous Supreme Court. As we understood the Bill of Rights at the founding, these provisions restricted only congress, …

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