Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Tag: Law

The Supreme Court and its Protection of the Criminal Suspect

During the 1960s, after years of upholding the suppression of individual rights during World Wars I and II, and the New and Fair Deals,...

Supreme Court Justice Earl Warren

Recently I was asked to "choose the Supreme Court Justice who initiated the most change in U.S. Constitutional doctrine and who left the largest impression...

Are Technological Advances Impeding our Fourth Amendment Rights?

Some of you may remember that a month or so ago I posed the following question: "Which Amendment from the Bill of Rights is...

“The most damnable outrage that has ever been perpetrated…”

Guess Who, a comedy starring Bernie Mac and Ashton Kutcher, came to theaters when I was in high school, in 2005. The movie's plot seemed...

American Government Built on a Lie

How can you tell when a politician is lying? When his (or her) lips move. While I am fairly certain that this can't be statistically proven, there is...

Constitutional Limitations – Separation of Powers

The idea of "separation of powers" (while originally found in the Constitution of the Roman Republic) is strewn throughout the United States Constitution. Article...