Category Archives: constitutions

Protectionism

Lagarde, Canada’s central bank spokeswoman and England’s central bank decry protectionism. Protectionism: protecting ones self, ones family; ones friends ones country.

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After President Trump’s February 16, 2017 Televised Press Briefing

Today is February 17, 2017. I’ve had 2 weeks to digest everything that’s been promulgated about President Trump’s executive order banning people from the 7 countries that the Obama administration had carefully considered places where terrorism was exported from. I’ve … Continue reading

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Has anyone read the U.S. constitution?

‘“Clearly, we have a President who does not understand what our Constitution is about, what democracy is about. And I think there is a fear in this country of this nation under Trump moving into a more authoritarian mode,” Mr … Continue reading

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Legal orders without factual evidence are unconstitutional.

In media “evidence” is a term crucial  for determining fact. I remember when I was challenging a guardianship someone presumably on my side asked: but how can you prove it, which to  me meant do you have evidence? Here fact … Continue reading

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Is President Trump’s behavior unethically unconstitutional?

Yes say scholars for “Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington” . Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington was co-founded in 2003 by Norman L. Eisen and Melanie Sloan in part as a counter-weight to conservative watchdog groups such … Continue reading

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Media and The American Constitution

In recent months I’ve noticed virulent criticism of media expressed by Republican candidates for president of the United States and echoed by online comments; so everyone knows that few like the media, or Donald Trump; so say online media. Recently … Continue reading

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