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How Do We Deal with Constitutional Crime?

Have you noticed there is no penalty for violating the Constitution? No penalty for Congress for not obeying their own laws, such as the one requiring a budget be passed each year?  No penalty for an Administration that aggressively works … Continue reading

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But what about “general welfare”?

If you think the “general welfare” clause in the Constitution gives the Congress the right to be involved in healthcare, you have lots of company. Unfortunately, they have no such right. I refer you to an excellent review of this … Continue reading

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Feral Government

“Feral” – when an animal becomes wild, escaping captivity or domestication. Typically the result is destruction, danger, and a need for action. The US federal government has gone feral. But what do we do when a government entity has escaped … Continue reading

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