This clause is not recursive. Only one level of implication from an explicit power is allowed.
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It is unquestionable that slavery was detested by many at the formation of our Constitution; only revisionists are served by denying this truth.
By using correct terminology, supporters of the right to keep and bear arms can change the dynamics of the debate
This Article re-examines the controversial question of whether the American Founders believed their own subjective understandings should guide future interpretation of the United States Constitution, or whether they thought constitutional construction should be guided only by objective public meaning or some other hermeneutic standard. This is a historical question, and in this Article, I treat [...]
So there you have it: What’s a little Constitution between friends?
Rob Natelson responds to Seidman’s article in the NY Times
Tom Woods smacks down a writer from the NY Times
It’s (not quite) a Riot! How the Constitution’s language differs
Bob Greenslade explains the essential – natural rights.
It is not to negotiate for presidential permission to pass a budget. His job is to lead the House to adopt a budget in line with the views of those who elected them and the interests of the country.
Kevin Gutzman on what was, and what’s been lost.
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