Discussion in 'US Constitution' started by Billy_Kinetta, Apr 25, 2018.
- and maintain any credibility.
U.S. Supreme Court leans toward upholding Trump's travel ban
There is no other way to rule.
I hope that judge in hawaii gets impeached for breaking his oath.
Hasn’t it been over a year since the ban was supposed to expire? Trump hasn’t figured out whatever he decided he needed to figure out by now?
Their completely lost credibility. It left when they pulled the Obamacare fiasco. For that matter so did the congress members and senators that all went along with and pushed that crap.
They lost credit a long time ago if you look at their history.
Didnt take long, either.
I think credibility went out the window 75 years ago:
Wickard v. Filburn
An Ohio farmer, Roscoe Filburn, was growing wheat to feed animals on his own farm. The US government had established limits on wheat production, to stabilize wheat prices and supplies. Filburn grew more than the limits that he was permitted and so was ordered to pay a penalty.
In response, Filburn said that because his wheat was not sold, it could not be regulated as commerce, let alone "interstate" commerce
The Supreme Court interpreted the Constitution's Commerce Clause, which permits the US Congress "to regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes." The Court decided that Filburn's wheat-growing activities reduced the amount of wheat he would have bought on the open market had he not grown his own, which is traded nationally (and is thus interstate). It was therefore deemed to be within the scope of the Commerce Clause.
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