DOJ Reports: FISA Court Approved Every Federal Surveillance Request
About Joe Wolverton, IIApart from his work as a journalist, Joe Wolverton, II is a professor of American Government at Chattanooga State and was a practicing attorney until 2009. He lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Since 2000, Joe has been a featured contributor to The New American magazine. Most recently, he has written a cover story article on the Tea Party movement, as well as a five-part series on the unconstitutionality of Obamacare.
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William J. Watkins explains why the common belief that the Supreme Court has the last say about the constitutionality of our laws is wrong–and why people have the last say.
The feds huff and puff….
Joe Wolverton on the big sham – the GOP bluster, that is.
We live in a country where the president has assumed the power to kill American citizens without due process and the Justice Department produces memos supporting the legality of it. Fortunately, we also live in a country where concerned citizens and their local lawmakers are waking up and defending civil liberties and the Constitution that protects them. [...]
In an opinion article published October 10 in the Washington Post, political commentator George Will describes one of President Barack Obama’s latest “abuses of executive power.” Writes Will: On Jan. 4, [President Obama] used recess appointments to fill three seats on the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), even though the Senate said it was not in recess. Obama’s cheeky Humpty [...]
As he prepared to leave office, President George Washington was concerned about the partisan and martial path the young republic he helped found was heading down.
in studying the record of the debates and resolutions made at the Constitutional Convention of 1787 one discovers that the array of powers granted to the president in the Constitution were approved by the delegates to the convention with the understanding that the president would be elected by Congress and would not be eligible for re-election.
Taking a look at the journal of the Constitutional Convention for Monday August 20, 1787
Once it is widely understood that any unconstitutional law passed by Congress is without legal effect
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