Dangerous National Popular Vote Movement Trying to Cancel Minorities and Small States (Constitution news round-up)
Documentary defends Electoral College from anti-republic National Popular Vote movement; NPV would run roughshod over minorities and small states
Separation of Powers: D.C. Circuit panel rules there is no statute giving Congress the power to enforce a subpoena against former White House counsel Don McGahn
Discrimination: Washington state loses bid to block Trump administration dismantling of LGBT protection rule; state can’t show how it is harmed (W.D. WA)
5A: Gitmo detainees, as aliens detained outside the sovereign territory of the U.S., do not have due process rights (D.C. Circuit)
6A: Whose right to jury trial is it? Government consent required for defendant to waive right to jury trial and have a bench trial in federal cases, but not when there are extraordinary circumstances like a pandemic
14A: enhancing penalty just because a defendant belongs to a gang violates substantive due process - “guilt is personal” (Arizona Supreme Court)
The Framers did not put a right to vote in the Constitution because they distrusted democracy and wanted to safeguard other rights from mob rule
Shame! Protesters chant ‘Death to America’. We have the ayatollahs for that. What do we need you for?
Shame! D.C. task force tries to cancel the Washington Monument and Jefferson Memorial, gets their heads handed to them after fierce backlash
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