CONSTITUTION IN EXILE, THE

CONSTITUTION IN EXILE, THE The Constitution Was Once The Bedrock Of Our Country, An Unpretentious Parchment That Boldly Established The God Given Rights And Freedoms Of America Today That Parchment Has Been Shred To Ribbons, Explains Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew P Napolitano, As The Federal Government Trounces State And Individual Rights And Expands Its Reach Far Beyond What The Framers Intended. a technical look at the leftest court that has croupted the founding documents. This was a very eye opening book It seems that no matter who is in power they seem to want to increase their control over the people The Constitution is one of the stumbling blocks but can be easily circumvented if someone is determined enough Those someones are the politicians
I am reading this book to obtain a judicial review of the practicality of our constitution Terrorism, it is my humble and unlearned opinion because I am no expert, has changed the rules of the game of our relationship not only with some governments but with or among ourselves The government takes liberties that to some by step our Bill of Rights Does the Constitution need to be changed Ignored Is the conservative contention that the Constitution of these United States is being set aside o I am reading this book to obtain a judicial review of the practicality of our constitution Terrorism, it is my humble and unlearned opinion because I am no expert, has changed the
Interesting Quote O n December 13, 2003 the President signed the Intelligence Authorization ActFor the first time in American history, the government without showing probable cause and without getting a search warrant from a judge, can read your mail before you do, can go to your lawyer s office and seize your files and the lawyer can t tell you, and it can do the same with a bank, with a hospital, with your physician, and with your pharmacistIt was signed the day we capture
3 1 2 stars.Unspectacular, but entertaining and informative There did seem to be some lazy sloppy editing and research For example, Napolitano quotes Louis Brandeis from what he says is a famous Supreme Court Decision It is so famous, apparently, that he doen not know the name of it That is because the quote came not from a SCOTUS decision but from an article Brandeis and his law partner wrote called The Right To Privacy Still, this is absolutely worth reading, coming as it does from a Fox 3 1 2 stars.Unspectacular, but entertaining and informative There did seem to be some lazy sloppy editing and research For example, Napolitano quotes Louis Brandeis from what he says is a famous Supreme Court Decision It is so famous, apparently, that he doen not know the name of it That is because the quote came not from a SCOTUS decision but from an article Brandeis and his law partner wrote called The Right To Privacy Still, this is absolutely worth reading, comi
Certainly a lot to think about An interesting read and while I am not sure of everything he talks about, he certainly makes a lot of interesting points about how a government of enumerated powers has infiltrated virtually every aspect of our livesFrom what employers can and can t do with respect to birth control, to it being the responsibility of the government to develop a device to remind parents they have children in their carhow did our parents due and and why did they forget to teach Certainly a lot to think about An interesting read and while I am not sure of everything he talks about, he certainly makes a lot of interesting points about how a government of enumerated powers has infiltrated virtually every aspect of our livesFrom what employers can and can t do with respect to birth control, to it being the responsibility of the government to develop a device to remind parents they have children in their carhow did our parents due and and w
Napolitano writes at length about the ways each branch of government has usurped powers not granted it by the Constitution He is especially helpful in exposing court cases throughout our history in which freedoms have been preserved and others in which freedoms have
It s good, but could have been better At some points he isn t sure how much government he actually wants, and I wish he d define what he considered natural law a little better since the concept does vary a little Nonethel
It s so easy, but shortsighted, to blame the current president for our troubles,but you need to read this book to understand that our problems go back much further than recent history Our government has been systematically seiz
Learn about the constitution in a comprehensive and applicable manner State universities are consistently violating civil rights in a secretive and passive aggressive way if you are not careful you will become a victim.

[PDF / Epub] ☃ CONSTITUTION IN EXILE, THE  ✑ Andrew P. Napolitano – Oaklandjobs.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • CONSTITUTION IN EXILE, THE
  • Andrew P. Napolitano
  • English
  • 14 August 2017
  • 1595550704