Day: July 6, 2024

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City Of Grants Pass v. Johnson: A Return To Enslavement?

Is the latest Supreme Court decision in Grants Pass v. Johnson criminalizing homelessness similar to a return to Jim Crow laws? These bogus laws, which penalize vagrancy and homelessness, seem reminiscent of Jim Crow. They impose fines and jail time on the homeless, echoing the South’s use of the 13th Amendment’s “unless duly convicted” clause […]

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The US Constitution Does Not Say Anywhere That The US Supreme Court Is The Only Branch Of Government That Interprets The Constitution

The U.S. Constitution does not explicitly designate the Supreme Court as the interpreter of its provisions, even though the court asserts otherwise-not in Art. 3, Sec. 2 or Supremacy Clause. At times, society has collapsed. There have been instances where presidents and governors, such as President Lincoln and Governor Orval Faubus, have defied Supreme Court […]

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