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James Madison, the father of the Constitution, said the General Welfare clause was added to describe the purpose of the limited powers being delegated to the central government, for example, so the central government could use those powers for the “general Welfare” of the union, rather than for the benefit of one State over the other.
Is the legislative act Constitutional? The President must faithfully execute. Is the legislative act unconstitutional? The President must be a check and balance.
The supremacy clause at Article VI, clause 2, US Constitution, says: “This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the
Con-Con Advocates Respond To Publius Huldah’s Evaluation Of Convention Of States’ “Simulated Convention”
Editor’s Note: Publius Huldah has always been very specific when she writes her articles to deal with the Constitution and constitutional issues. At times, we have had those who advocate for an Article V Constitutional Convention to propose Amendments, which they used to refer to as a con-con but have changed
Foundational Knowledge Our Constitution delegates only a handful of powers to the federal government. But 100 years ago, we started electing Progressives (Fabian socialists) to State and federal office. With the enthusiastic approval of the American People, the Progressives set up the socialist regulatory welfare governments (state and federal) we
Most Americans assume that rulings and decisions handed down in cases that come before American courts are based on, and consistent with, the “rule of law.” But, regrettably, this is not true. In American courtrooms today, court rulings are not based on real law. Rather, they are based on an
“The fact is that the government, like a highwayman, says to a man: Your money, or your life. And many, if not most, taxes are paid under the compulsion of that threat. The government does not, indeed, waylay a man in a lonely place, spring upon him from the road
Some Americans seem to be confused about the difference between Rights and Benefits. Influenced in part by manipulative politicians and pundits, this confusion has clouded the minds of the unsuspecting. Here is a typical example of this confusion on Twitter: “I’m really liking how the GOP is rolling back abortion
Editor’s Note: An even better questions is, should sodomy not be a capital crime, as it was in the days of our forefathers? On Tuesday, December 5, 2017, the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case involving Christian bakeshop owner Jack Phillips. Alliance Defending Freedom
Charlottesville, Va. — As part of its annual effort to clear up much of the legal misunderstanding over the do’s and don’ts of celebrating Christmas, The Rutherford Institute has issued a Constitutional Q&A on the “Twelve Rules of Christmas.” Over the years, The Rutherford Institute has been contacted by parents