Median Household Income Up 5%

Fayt

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Jul 2010
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#51
Are you aware that we have the Bill of Rights? In that Bill of Rights are the 4th, 5th, 6th, and 8th Amendments that deal with criminal law regarding the federal government. This means the federal court system. This means that criminal appeals end up at the Supreme Court.

How do your views work with this?

What check does the Supreme Court have on the executive and legislative branch without judicial review?
Yup, not a damn thing. I believe in the people. We would have pass legislation or ratified the constitution eventually to do things we like or need. Which mean we're still taxing the hell out of jimmy to pay for all my free government stuff.
 
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Fayt

Former Staff
Jul 2010
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Not in MD
#53
*Yaaaaaawn* I'm getting tired. I might hibernate for another 6 months or so. The minds here are not what they use to be.

Wake me up when Bernie is president.
 
Jun 2012
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Barsoom
#54
Let say that I didn't do any research on it. Using this fake super computer *tabulating* *tabulating* *tabulating*........

The results shows that I'm still right. The SC ruled in favor of a broad interpretation of general welfare.

And that's me not reading a single word from the case!!! I'm no scientist, but I think the earth revolves around the sun.
You just made my point that you have not read one word of McCullouch. There was no broad power in the ruling. You also cannot defend the ruling on constitutional basis either.

Who said this and when:

Let the end be legitimate [for example, the protection of interstate commerce], let it be within the scope of the constitution, and all means which are appropriate, which are plainly adapted to that end, which are not prohibited, but consist with the letter and spirit of the constitution, are constitutional.​

And this:

Should Congress, in the execution of its powers, adopt measures which are prohibited by the constitution; or should Congress, under the pretext of executing its powers, pass laws for the accomplishment of objects not entrusted to the government; it would become the painful duty of this tribunal, should a case requiring such a decision come before it, to say that such an act was not the law of the land.​
 
Jun 2012
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Barsoom
#55
Yup, not a damn thing. I believe in the people. We would have pass legislation or ratified the constitution eventually to do things we like or need. Which mean we're still taxing the hell out of jimmy to pay for all my free government stuff.
Are you aware that we have the Bill of Rights? In that Bill of Rights are the 4th, 5th, 6th, and 8th Amendments that deal with criminal law regarding the federal government. This means the federal court system. This means that criminal appeals end up at the Supreme Court.

How do your views work with this?

What check does the Supreme Court have on the executive and legislative branch without judicial review?
 
Jun 2012
41,958
15,170
Barsoom
#58
I shifted to engineering when I should have stayed on topic. I thought a few of you would know what a Bench Mark (point of reference) is.

I know what it is, but I do not know what you want to know: the history of judicial review dating to Sir Coke in the early 1600s, the colonial use of judicial review, the states, post-Constitution, or early state and federal use of judicial review prior to Marbury.
 
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#59
I know what it is, but I do not know what you want to know: the history of judicial review dating to Sir Coke in the early 1600s, the colonial use of judicial review, the states, post-Constitution, or early state and federal use of judicial review prior to Marbury.
Bench Mark is equals Morality and not Mortality. Your private inner ethos be it good or bad.
 

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