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  Andrew Carver )




Terrorists Welcome!

It is doubtful whether any of us has ever seen such an audacious judicial usurpation, or one with such serious ramifications, as the decision of federal courts to interrupt President Trump’s temporary travel ban. Settled case law for 200 years, not to mention the Constitution, says that the Congress and...
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by Andrew Carver | February 10, 2017 | No Comments

If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It!

by Andrew Carver Pity the poor proponents of an Article V con-con. How could they ever have happy holidays? For they are self-impaled on the horns of a brutal dilemma. They must argue either: that amending our Constitution will somehow, magically, turn Constitution-despising government officials into Constitution-obedient ones; or...
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by Andrew Carver | December 18, 2015 | No Comments

For Whom the Court Toils

by Andrew Carver What most Americans considered unthinkable just a few decades ago — Supreme Court mandated recognition of same-sex marriage —is now reality. Those concerned about the widespread attack on traditional morality and the family would do well to learn more about what the Supreme Court has done,...
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by Andrew Carver | October 7, 2015 | No Comments

The Court’s Strange Argument in Obergefell

By Andrew Carver Same-sex-marriage supporters had generally expected the Supreme Court to pursue in Obergefell v. Hodges the line of argument usually taken in same-sex marriage cases that had been brought in state courts. That line was based on the Fourteenth Amendment’s “equal protection” clause, which forbids every state...
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Nullification’s Five Deadly Secrets

by Andrew Carver An old theoretical “remedy” for overgrown or tyrannical federal government, namely the states’ “nullification” of unconstitutional laws or rulings, has gained some new advocates of late. Of course, any proposed solution to that serious problem — and particularly one purportedly championed by Thomas Jefferson (see “The...
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by Andrew Carver | August 20, 2015 | No Comments

The Founders’ Battle over the Nullification Heresy

by Andrew Carver Although nullification itself was not discussed much at the time of the Constitution’s drafting and ratification, the consensus at that time was that authoritative decisions about the constitutionality of federal laws would be the province of the federal courts, not the states. This was the view...
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“Living” Is Fatal For Constitutions

by Andrew Carver  A long exposed constitutional heresy undergirds the June 26, 2015 Supreme Court decision supporting same-sex marriage. he candid citizen must confess that if the policy of the government, upon vital questions affecting the whole people, is to be irrevocably fixed by decisions of the Supreme Court,...
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by Andrew Carver | July 23, 2015 | No Comments

Cuban-Americans vs. Obama re Cuba

by Andrew Carver If Obama’s intended reversal of our longstanding policy towards Cuba were an improvement, we would naturally expect Cuban-American politicians to be among the first to welcome it. By the same token, we would naturally expect the President to have listened closely to that group, in weighing...
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