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Though it would be difficult to conceive of a Putin loss in the March election, it is a firm certainty that the democratic genie is finally out of the bottle in Russia.
Gingrich said he would seek to rein in “radical” federal judges by allowing Congress and the president to ignore their rulings when they choose to.
Using a telephone is clearly protected under the First Amendment, and the Supreme Court has said that it even involves a right of personal privacy.
In 2012 John Roberts has an opportunity to add his name to the exclusive list of Chief Justices whose leadership has marked a shift in Supreme Court history and a new era of constitutional doctrine.
Everyone seems to profit except the men and women who make it all possible by playing.
The story of “We The People” left them mesmerized.
The participants from Lizums Secondary School in Riga introduce themselves.
A developing constitutional “right of sexual privacy” for teenagers under the age of 18 is steeped in controversy, as the recent confrontation over the “Plan B” birth control pill attests.
What does it say about America that we zealously celebrate our government’s Declaration of Independence from another government and totally overlook the American people’s Declaration of Independence from its government?