Is It Constitutional?

Is a “State of Emergency” Constitutional? Four Facts

Many times, executives take on the power of a King whenever they declare a “State of Emergency”. We’ve seen many flamboyant displays of Kingship by many U.S. governors throughout the coronavirus months. It’s about time we the people educate ourselves about where our governors and executives get the power to do what they do and learn whether or not it is Constitutional. Click to read more.

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Is It Constitutional? Monthly Payment For Child Support

Per NPR: “The COVID-19 relief bill working its way through Congress is full of big ideas to help people. But there’s one idea that’s so big, it was politically unthinkable not that long ago.” Sometimes I wonder what the authors of these news articles are thinking, not to mention what the politicians are thinking. Do …

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Is It Constitutional? Biden’s 22 First Actions in Office

In light of Biden’s first few days in office, I figured I’d assess the Constitutionality of his actions. He’s done a lot, that’s for sure, and it would be good if we all had a concrete understanding of the Constitutionality or lack thereof of his actions. If we want to critique him, we better have …

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Is It Constitutional? Nancy Pelosi’s Presidential Capacity Commission

In the middle of riots, debates, protests, pandemics and elections, people keep asking me about the 25th Amendment. There’s a quiet sense of dread, a sense of foreboding horror in people’s manner as they attempt to unravel and unveil the truth about the 25th Amendment.

I’ll be the first to say. I don’t have all the answers, mostly because when it comes to the 25th Amendment, no one has all the answers.

That being said. I will give you some answers and also explain to you why I am not overly concerned about this new Nancy Pelosi drama.

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