Category Archives: Constitution

Supreme Court dismisses emoluments lawsuits against President Trump

I’m sure you remember the claims against Donald Trump for enriching himself by foreign payments to his hotel in D.C. (and elsewhere), claiming that they were illegal as defined by the emoluments clause of the Constitution. The emoluments clause, also … Continue reading

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Amicus brief filed by 17 states in support of the Texas election lawsuit

(Dakota News Now) – South Dakota has joined other states supporting a lawsuit brought to the Supreme Court by the state of Texas challenging presidential election results in several key swing states. The Attorney General’s office announced Wednesday that South … Continue reading

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Tweets of the day, Presidential election …

This sums up pretty well what is happening right now. These tweets were issued on November 8 just after noon. This is the thread reader: Thread Reader, Chris Bowen

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WATCH LIVE: President Trump Supreme Court Nominee Amy Coney Barrett Confirmation Hearing

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This Week: Amy Coney Barrett’s Senate Confirmation Hearing

Lindsey Graham discusses with Maria Bartiromo what we can expect this week.

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Electoral College Myth #3: The Electoral College is undemocratic

This is a great explanation of why we have the electoral college and how it has served us well over time. An excerpt from the Tara Ross blog: Myth: The person who wins the national popular vote should win the … Continue reading

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Jim Jordan and Maria Bartiromo discuss the death of RBG and her Supreme Court replacement

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Tweets of the day!

(1) Thanks to ALL Freedom Loving Americans who responded to requests for contact information on Kyle Rittenhouse. We have connected with Kyle’s family & help is on the way. Kyle will have excellent legal representation. We owe him a legal … Continue reading

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“A simple democracy, or an unbalanced republic, is one of the greatest evils”

Thus said Benjamin Rush. Every time somebody says that the USA is a democracy, kindly correct them! Written by TARA ROSS: On this day in 1789, a signer of the Declaration of Independence writes a letter to John Adams. The … Continue reading

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If ever I heard one – a good explanation for governmental checks and balances

Tara Ross, on Facebook. Don’t miss her on her website: Tara Ross: On this day in 1787, the Constitutional Convention is underway. A small state delegate stands up and addresses the large state delegates in the room. He didn’t calmly … Continue reading

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