Nothing in the 14th Amendment or in any other constitutional provision suggests that the president may usurp legislative power to prevent a violation of the Constitution.
The Second Amendment does protect the right to people to possess weapons for self-defense in the home. That's what the Supreme Court said.
There are a lot of things that fit on a bumper sticker in terms of either liberty or equality or progress that when made more concrete just don't pan out.
We need to do something about the culture of violence.
The Constitution grants only Congress - not the president - the power 'to borrow money on the credit of the United States.'
I do not have, nor do I believe I have seen, a vision capacious and convincing enough to propound as an organizing principle for the next phase in the law of our Constitution.
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