Tag Archives: U.S. Constitution

Amy Klobuchar and what I look for in a candidate

Since I’ve liked Amy Klobuchar — based on her appearances and commentary on MSNBC and during the Kavanaugh hearing — I was bothered by the New York Times article about her character as an employer. Sort of turned my stomach, … Continue reading

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Why do we sue? To assert a fundamental right

“The dynamic of our constitutional system is that individuals need not await legislative action before asserting a fundamental right. The Nation’s courts are open to injured individuals who come to them to vindicate their own direct, personal stake in our … Continue reading

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More on Magna Carta

An enjoyable New York Times article from the delightful Sarah Lyall furthers the discussion about that 800 year old piece of paper–was it really magna or sort of minima? Presented by 40 indignant English barons to their treacherous king in … Continue reading

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