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separation of powers

  1. J

    Executive Orders now used by Biden to exercise unconstitutional line-item veto power

    . In Clinton v. City of New York, 524 U.S. 417 1998, our Supreme Court correctly struck down our Executive Branch of government [our President] from exercising the extraordinary power of line-item veto powers, i.e., our president removing specific provisions of a bill presented to him, before...
  2. J

    Overturning Roe vs Wade and tyranny

    Is it not an irrefutable fact that a majority on our Supreme Court, in its Roe and Casey opinions, decided to exercise legislative, judiciary and executive powers, which in effect subtlety subverted our constitution’s mandated system of separation of powers, and replaced it with one which...
  3. J

    Did the S.C. majority opinion in Biden v. Missouri ignore the rule of law?

    . In Biden v. Missouri, the Majority opinion never established the constitutionality of an agency, unelected by the people __ the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), acting through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) ___ to adopt a rule demanding and enforcing medical...
  4. J

    S.C. heard oral arguments today regarding Biden’s questionable vaccine mandate.

    . See Supreme Court hears oral arguments on Biden vaccine mandates: LIVE UPDATES The question is, will a majority on the court apply the Humpty Dumpty theory of language to our Constitution in order to uphold Biden’s vaccine mandate? “When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a...
  5. P@triot

    The speech that never was

    While Ronald Reagan never delivered this speech, the contents are nonetheless spot on as they always were with Ronald Reagan’s speeches. While I don’t believe that it functions as a “smokescreen” as Magnuson did, I know that it he was absolutely correct in his understanding of the threat of the...
  6. saveliberty

    Anyone ready to revisit EOs?

    I have felt for a long time that Executive Orders can and do erode the separation of powers and override the Constitution. I thought perhaps I was wrong, that modern society required swifter reaction to crisis by the actions of our leader or that it was purely an obvious administrative...
  7. P@triot

    Democrats - can we finally come together now?

    Now that all of you on the left are freaking out and completely losing your shit because of a Donald Trump presidency, will you finally admit that the unconstitutional, unlimited power that you built and celebrated for the Oval Office isn't so great after all? The Donald Trump administration...
  8. P@triot

    The Progressive Paradox

    On many occasions the courts have struck down Barack Obama's unconstitutional "Executive Orders". Some of which have even been struck down unanimously by the Supreme Court - astounding since two of the justices (Elana Kagen and Sonja Sotomayor) are extreme left-wing activists appointed by Barack...

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