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Marbury vs. Madison

It was THEN. Marbury vs. Madison, 1803. The Supreme Court granted itself the authority to consider cases about the constitutionality of legislative and/or executive decisions, and when deemed by the court, and therefore by the OPINIONS of those on court, unconstitutional, to overturn them. Judicial review is over 200 years old. I can’t decide whether […]

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A Quiet Day

…Split pea soup is simmering (I do hope I haven’t mussed it up. I usually don’t, but there are occasions where somehow it goes Completely Awry and the poor Common Room inhabitants are left to reflect on the cheering fact that there are, at least, left overs in the fridge). I have finally completed “Jane […]

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Suggested reading

Much to think about on Polipundit today. Share! Blog this! Recommend on Facebook Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend

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George Felos introduced HB 2131?

Is that the gist of this article?. HB 2131 is the bill in Florida that changed feeding tubes, by a stroke of law, into artificial life support. Not sure why a feeding tube for a person who can’t swallow (or, as in Terri’s case, swallows saliva all day long, but is forbidden by court order […]

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Terri Schiavo and Dred Scott

Musing Minds looks into the legal issues regarding Terri’s case, and finds out that In seeking guidance regarding the ending of a human life, the court looked to how another court weighed the harm that would result from the improper sale of a petroleum product. And further, the court denied the stay knowing with absolute […]

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