Pages tagged with Constitution

This article is about US politics and Franklin Views about US Constitution.
At the moment Canada is suffering once again a case against an informed citizen who has taken liberty to warn Canadians on his website radicalpress.com of the dangers coming from a self-proclaimed elitist group in their efforts to rob us, the people, of our last remaining bastions of ...
A postscript analysis of a Senator hubris, braggadocio, discipline and protection from the law.
The Federal Government must apportion and levy its taxes on the States themselves, as originally envisioned in the Constitution. Anything else will soon result in the same tyranny. Let's rescind the damage done to the Constitution in 1913.
America was a new nation under a new kind of government. Here's a dozen American firsts.
The Republican Party needs to adopt the American Idol format for its debates. Let the general public select the Republican's choice for their nominated person to run against the Democratic Party's choice.
Politics is a necessary aspect of the American experience. As much as we dislike politics, we realize that it will always be with us. It brings out the best and the worst in us.
The lack of accountability regarding the procedure of negotiations for the TTIP leads inexorably to the marginalisation of the EU citizens. Only by considering this procedure as provided by the TFEU, their absence appears flagrant. Though the European Union Parliament remains a fundam...
Almost one year since President Obama announced that the United States and the European Union would start "talks on a comprehensive Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership" (TTIP) "because trade that is fair and free across the Atlantic supports millions of good-paying American...
Was secession and the founding of the Confederacy an act of treason? Read on and consider a different point of view.
This is a short paper I presented as part of my research project many years ago. It covers the issues surrounding Congressional Power and how the Supreme Court, over the years, has utilized its balancing power to keep Congress in check.
America's legal system is filled with loopholes. Is the Equal Rights Amendment one of them? Keep reading and decide for yourself. This is an updated reprint of my column which appeared in the Boonville Daily News on June 18, 2014.
Many volumes have been written about American history. Here's a short list of fast facts of the early years. (Original column first published on April 5, 2012)
One of the best things about living in the USA is the 1st amendment and the right to free speech. We can voice our dissent if we are unhappy. With this in mind I have written five ideas that can get you started on the road to being more “involved.” Do it today!
This article is about the nature of British constitution. I tried my best to cover the major and basic parts. Hopefully you will find it useful.
What is the history behind the world's largest written constitution?
The founding fathers, in their wisdom, added the Bill of Rights, in the form of the first ten amendments to the Constitution, to protect citizens against an over-zealous government that would infringe upon their liberties.
This is an essay on the Birtish political system, and the current position of the Judiciary in that system. This a an interesting area of debate aongst political critics, and is very relevant for politics students.
The dark clouds on the horizon are a warning that America is in crisis. God is merciful and full of grace. He wants to save us. He wants to spare us. But he is also a just God and he must eventually answer the call of the innocents for justice. Pray for America.
When in the course of human events, we experience the worst, we assume right off that it must be a dream nightmare, only to have reality thrust upon us!
Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki (born 1931) ushered in an era of change upon his election, pledging to restore his country's economy and wipe out government corruption. Kibaki succeeded President Daniel arap Moi, under whom Kibaki served as vice - president. Moi took office in 1978 and r...
Kenyans wrote history as they showed up in style, in thousands to the polling stations on March 4th 2013 to choose their leaders under the new constitution. Kenyans defiles all odds and refused to succumb to pressure the west by exercising their independent right to make their voices...
Kenyans wrote history as they showed up in style, in thousands to the polling stations on March 4th 2013 to choose their leaders under the new constitution. Kenyans defiles all odds and refused to succumb to pressure the west by exercising their independent right to make their voices...
Kenyans wrote history as they showed up in style, in thousands to the polling stations on March 4th 2013 to choose their leaders under the new constitution. Kenyans defiles all odds and refused to succumb to pressure from the west by exercising their independent right to make their v...
Should the Second Amendment be kept or replaced with something saner?
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