Category Archives: US Constitution

Kirkus Reviews – Justice in America: How it Works – How it Fails

The following review of my book, Justice in America: How it Works – How it Fails, is from Kirkus Reviews, an independent book review company from Austin, Texas.  It has also been reviewed quite favorably by many readers. The goddess … Continue reading

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The United States Constitution – A Primer

  A Few Things We Should All Know Don’t be intimidated when you read about a case that involves constitutional law. Yes, constitutional law can be very complex, but the basic principles aren’t. Cases involving the United States Constitution and … Continue reading

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Eminent Domain – Government’s RIGHT to take Private Property

This article was excerpted from Justice in America: How it Works – How it Fails. “…nor shall property be taken for public use without just compensation.”  U.S. Constitution Fifth Amendment. The taking of property for public use is a necessary … Continue reading

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What’s Left of the Contract Clause of the US Constitution

A major hurdle for developing nations, and an obstacle that they have faced historically, are poorly written constitutions – if they have one at all – and weak judicial systems. For an economy to thrive, the participants in that economy … Continue reading

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The Commerce Clause – What the Supreme Court Has Done to It

The Interstate Commerce Clause of the US Constitution has been interpreted in such bizarre ways over the years, that it no longer looks the way it was written.  Therefore, I humbly suggest for the Court’s consideration, the following press release, … Continue reading

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