Justices Turn Down Cadet’s Attempt to Sue Government Over Sexual Assault
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WASHINGTON, DC — May 6, 2021 — The Supreme Court won’t weigh in on whether a West Point cadet who was sexually assaulted by a fellow classmate can sue the federal government. The justices announced on Monday morning that they will not hear oral argument in Doe v. United States, one of the cases that they considered at their private …

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Court Tosses Challenge to Trump’s Plan to Exclude Unauthorized Immigrants From Congressional Reapportionment
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WASHINGTON, CD — December 20, 2020 — The Supreme Court on Friday, December 18, 2020,  ruled that it was too early to resolve the legality of the Trump administration’s plan to exclude people who are in the country illegally from the state-by-state breakdown used to allocate seats in the House of Representatives. The decision puts at least a temporary end …

eHeziCourt Tosses Challenge to Trump’s Plan to Exclude Unauthorized Immigrants From Congressional Reapportionment
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Read The Westchester Guardian – December 20th Edition

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Click to read The Westchester Guardian – December 20, 2012 edition. Click onto the hyperlink above to open the virtual paper onto you screen. Please be patient as it may take about 30 seconds for the document to be displayed onto your computer screen. You will need Adobe Reader [http://get.adobe.com/reader/] to view the document. Get the latest, fully functioning Adobe …

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The Good, The Bad, and The Unconstitutional By LARRY M. ELKIN

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There are good laws, there are bad laws, and there are unconstitutional laws. One could argue that all unconstitutional laws are bad, but that does not mean all bad laws are unconstitutional. I happen to believe that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, widely though somewhat unfairly called “Obamacare” (“Democare” would be more accurate), is a very bad law. …

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Ed Koch Commentary: Committee In Support of the Proposed Udall Amendment to the U.S. Constitution By ED KOCH

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Remember the maxim, “Money is the root of all evil?”  It is certainly true with respect to our electoral politics.  While it is necessary for candidates to raise funds for election campaigns, the fact is the system is now out of control. The vast sums pouring into politics today has corrupted our elections, and decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: Committee In Support of the Proposed Udall Amendment to the U.S. Constitution By ED KOCH