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Obama’s Immigration “Law” Is Not a Law at All

Written by Gary North on August 20, 2012

President Obama signed an executive order — not a bill sent by Congress — to allow up to 1.7 million illegal immigrants to temporarily get legal residence. Not being a law, this order can be reversed if a new President cancels it. Congress has nothing to say about it either way. My guess is that […]

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Warrant Wiretaps Are Legal, Appeals Court Says

Written by Gary North on August 9, 2012

The Fourth Amendment does not protect terrorists. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld George W. Bush’s Terrorist Surveillance Program. “This case effectively brings to an end the plaintiffs’ ongoing attempts to hold the executive branch responsible for intercepting telephone conversations without judicial authorization.” Unless the U.S. Supreme Court reverses this, it is likely […]

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Judstice Scalia Is Ready to Place Limits on Gun Ownership

Written by Gary North on August 2, 2012

Justice Scalia is an “originalist.” He says that he looks at what the Constitution meant when it was ratified in 1787 and 1788. In an  interview on Fox News, Supreme he said that the Constitution does seem to allow state legislatures to place restrictions on gun ownership. He was vague as to which kinds of […]

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