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Category: Constitution

The unpatriotic Patriot Act

In the wake of 9/11, Congress took advantage of a fearful public and a rare moment of national unity to pass the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools […]

A surprisingly logical Supreme Court decision

The Supreme Court today upheld an Arizona state law that would penalize businesses hiring illegal immigrants. The case was Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting. Frankly, I’m really surprised. There’s been […]

TSA searches lack probable cause

I’ve already ranted about the TSA’s invasive groping and scanning in the name of national security, so I won’t launch into that again. However, I do want to lift my […]

Retrieving our Constitution

The following appeared in a Christian Science Monitor story about two hours ago: The Fourth Circuit’s decision has profound repercussions. … It grants the executive discretion to displace the constitutional […]