Constitutional and Contract Law Archive

British Youth

Britain is in need of radical change. The riots that beseiged Britain between 8/7/11 and 8/14/11 were a manifestation of the evils of creating a dependency state and class society; and Britain’s religious retrogression. This …

Should abortion be illegal?

Those who argue for the illegality of abortion do not take into account the myriad of variables associated with the decision. The issue is by no means black and white and the variables range from the …

View on Abortion – Yes

The debate about whether abortion is right or wrong has been long and heated. Abortion, the killing of an innocent life; that statement right there should be enough to make anyone cringe. So why do it? …

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The Paralympic games in the UK brought about a very interesting contradiction within UK society. The games themselves proved that despite severe handicaps, human beings can achieve phenomenal things in sports. While people all over …

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All the debate over gun control is just another subject to push back and forth before the public and tear our country apart while doing nothing about other issues. The subject should be right v. …

The Separation of Church and State – No

I find myself in an odd position here, answering ‘no’ to this question. I wholeheartedly believe in the separation of church and state. I do not believe in formal prayers in school or workplace, and …

Understanding the Constitution

Introduction: Reading the United States Constitution is really quite simple. Why? Because when it was written by our founding fathers it was made to be read and understood by the common man. It was not …

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Technically speaking, the President of the United States can make no laws that have not been passed by Congress. Article II of the US Constitution actually vests “executive power” in the President, which means that …

Founder of Dominos Pizza Sues Feds over Obamacare

Tom Monaghan, the founder of popular national chain Domino’s Pizza has joined the growing list of individuals, religious groups, political organizations, and states fighting the onset of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also …

Obamacare Hospital and Medical Costs – No

I volunteer with an organization that helps families through emergencies that could otherwise cause financial ruin. I can’t say that we are one hundred percent effective, although I will say what we do does help. …

Why Australia needs an Independent Judiciary

At least since Federation Australian lawmakers have recognised that there is a need for judicial independence within the separation of powers doctrine. As the final court of appeal and guardian of the Commonwealth Constitution, the …

Freedom of Speech

America is the one true free country in the world.  We are supposed to say what we want as long as it does not contain hate, or hurts another physically. When government tries to stop …

There are certain Inalienable Rights – No

One of the very greatest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to eating.  –  Luciano Pavorotti and William Wright in “Pavorotti, My …

Are Blue Laws Constitutional – No

Blue Laws are unconstitutional for the simple reason that they are based upon outdated religious prohibitions that interfere with separation of church and state. There is no reason why businesses cannot enact their own hours …

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The 109th Congress took as one of its favorite causes the issue of tort reform, passing legislation that severely limited an injured party’s right to sue and collect damages, and there is an ongoing debate …

Presidential Powers

The framers of the Constitution believed greatly in Montesquieu’s system of Checks and Balances.  In line with this thought, they also did not provide a great number of powers for the President.  However, during times …

Constitution Meaning

The Constitution means the creation of a general government, stronger than the Articles of Confederation, within the context of a limited representative government. Not trying to be flippant, it means what it says. We should …

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Election fraud is a serious issue which should not be thrown around lightly. In the age of US imperialism, democracy has been proclaimed the humanitarian government which is corruption-proof. Americans often hear of voter fraud …

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I grew up with guns, so I see them a little differently than many people who haven’t. I see them as an opportunity to live, not a chance to die. When it comes to self-protection, …

Judge Rules Health Care Law Unconstitutional

Since the United States House of Representatives and Senate passed President Barack Obama’s health care initiative Affordable Care Act (ACA), dubbed by many as “Obamacare” last spring, judges all over the country have ruled either …

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The U.S. President cannot make an actual law without the approval of Congress. Under Article II of the U.S. Constitution, the President of the United States is the head of the executive branch of U.S. …

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Loyalty Oaths Loyalty oaths are statements used as a condition of employment. Their purpose is to try to force individuals from “certain associations, beliefs and principles.” They have been used continually since the Revolutionary War …

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‘We the people’; the first lines in the preamble of the Constitution are profound words that have significant meaning. The preamble signifies the hopes and dreams for a better nation. No longer to be ruled …

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I love “Judge Judy”! Her ability to cut through the malarkey and skewer the wrongdoers is just amazing. Among the little life lessons that get repeated again and again is, “Get it in writing!” Most …

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Perhaps there should be no surprise when we hear major corporate media’s reports concerning the war in Iraq. It, after all, mirrors what the Bush administration has been saying since the increase of the resistance …

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The U.S. Constitution has withstood the test of time. Today, 225 years after it was drafted, it remains the most useful blueprint for self-government ever devised by a freedom-loving people. The Founding Fathers knew the …

Second Amendment Bearing Arms

The second amendment to the US Constitution states “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a Free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” …

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You may have heard that knowledge is power. We also know that power corrupts. So doesn’t it follow then that Knowledge corrupts? And isn’t that the best argument for censorship? On some level, that argument …

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As a British person, I think gun ownership is possibly the most ridiculous part of American life. Why would anyone want to own something which was designed for the sole purpose of killing people? If …

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Yes, malpractice is a huge issue in this Country.But what are all the reasons behind it?One reason in my opinion is about money hungry Americans that are looking for an easy big buck but what …

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On the eve of the last inauguration of W, I received a call from the American Civil Liberties Union asking for a donation yes the infamous and oft-reviled ACLU, of which I have been a …

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The core problem is the voting system in which the “bad guy” is elected. In the many different forms of democracy, there are many ways of electing the law making body. In the United States, …

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Just to make it clear from the start, I’m English and I have always lived in England. I’m sure plenty of people will think I have no right to comment on the American Constitution treating …

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I changed my mind on gun ownership after John Humphreys of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) reminded me where the onus of proof lies. It lies on those who want to restrict our ability to …