What Does the Constitution Say About Federal Land Ownership?
- February 6, 2016
The Chevron doctrine imposes an almost impossible burden on citizens challenging the power of federal agencies. The Supreme Court might reverse that.READ MORE
None of the four “progressive” mega-donors had any personal connections to most of the legislative districts they targeted. They didn’t live there, didn’t own property there, and in most cases probably had never seen the district.READ MORE
Congress’ effort to regulate Indian child placement is unconstitutional.READ MORE
A truly conservative-activist majority would strike down a range of state and federal economic regulations as violating due process. Gone would be minimum wage laws, maximum hour rules, price controls of any kind.READ MORE
When the framers and ratifiers used the phrase “regulate Commerce” they meant “regulate trade.” Both “regulate commerce” and “regulate trade” meant to administer the body of jurisprudence known as the law merchant.READ MORE
During the Founding era, the phrase “regulate Commerce” had a very specific meaningREAD MORE