Constitutional love

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  • International mediation sought by the Inkatha Freedom Party to resolve its constitutional reservations should be addressed by the leaders of political parties, Minister of Constitutional

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The establishment of the Transitional Executive Council (TEC) would provide visible proof that the process of constitutional reform had become irreversible, the Minister of Constitutional

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Promoted to Headline (H2) on 4/13/09: How the Supreme Court Got Boumediene Wrong: Rethinking Habeas & Other Fundamental 'Constitutional Rights' yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'How the Supreme Court Got Boumediene Wrong: Rethinking Habeas & Other Fundamental \'Constitutional Rights\' '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: The Supreme Court\'s June 2008 Boumediene decision failed to live up to its potential because the Court (as is typical within the American legal community) views habeas corpus as a constitutional right, rather than viewing it as a human right.

    How the Supreme Court Got Boumediene Wrong: Rethinking Habeas & Other Fundamental 'Constitutional Rights'

  • TurnSeiki: Funny, liberals using the term Constitutional.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Her message is centered around what she calls her Constitutional Compact, a platform of conservative goals such as balancing the federal budget, overturning health care reform, restructuring the tax code and promoting energy independence.

    The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA Homepage

  • The majority of the Constitutionalists were as loyal to the king's person and dignity as the extreme Royalists; their most eloquent speaker, a young lawyer named Barnave, at the first opening of the States had even sought to open a direct communication with the court, begging Madame de Lamballe [1] to assure the queen of the wish of himself and all his friends to maintain the king in the full enjoyment and exercise of what he called a Constitutional authority, borrowing the idea and expression from the English Government.

    The Life of Marie Antoinette

  • Levy, “a senior fellow in Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute?”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Rhetoric of Opposition

  • The defense of our democracy must take place within Constitutional bounds.

    9/11

  • In retrospect, my surprise is based on the knowledge that you were well-versed in Constitutional Law, especially as it relates to the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. I had thought you were also well-versed in other parts of National Law with respect to firearms.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » How Would an 18-to-20-Year-Old Go About Buying a Handgun?

  • A few days ago he was taking the examination in Constitutional law when suddenly in the midst of the examination he became insane, and waving his hands wildly, cried out a number of unintelligible sentences.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Con Law Exam Kills Law Student

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