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From the look of this discovery, this looks like a class about the U.S.Constitution that even
journalist wonder boy Ezra “the Constitution is too confusing because it was written over 100 years ago” Klein would love! Check it out!
Course: Constitutional Law
Professor: (I’m actually an adjunct lecturer, but that’s PROFESSOR to you, Jack !) Barack Hussein Obama
Office Hours: Scheduled 10 a.m.-12 noon, Tuesday. If I’m not there by noon, slip a note under the door, send me an email, or check the basketball courts, nearby golf courses, and the waffle house near campus. You might find me. Is it really that important? Can't I just finish my waffle?
Class Meeting: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 3:35 p.m.-4:45 pm
Welcome to Con Law! Most of you have probably heard of the U.S. Constitution, or maybe not. Either way, this is class for you (because it's required to complete your law degree. If it were up to me, well, just sayin'…) We’ll explore the ins and outs of this quaint, archaic document. Is it still relevant? (yeah right. Play along. Remember, it's a required course.) Why does it say that we’re all equal when so far the United States has failed to come even close to making that happen? How could this thing ever be anything but an unmitigated mess when it was written by a bunch of rich, slave-owning, white Europeans? Don't you see how ridiculous it is to think it could be anything else? That's what this class is about. That, and more important, how can we keep this thing from stopping us from doing what everyone knows is right in terms of social justice and diversity.
Required Text: Wrong and Dangerous: Ten Right Wing Myths about Our Constitution, Garrett Epps
Race, Racism and American Law, Derrick Bell
A People’s History of the United States, Howard Zinn
And We Are Not Saved: The Elusive Quest for Racial Justice, Derrick Bell
Police Brutality: An Anathology, Jill Nelson
Faces at the Bottom of the Well: The Permanence of Racism, Derrick Bell
12 Years a Slave (I can’t remember who wrote it, but since you’re probably sick of reading, just see the movie.)
Write a paper on one of the following topics:
The Many Penumbras in the Constitution: Just Exactly What’s in Them? How do we find one when we need it?
Alexander Hamilton’s Surprising Passion for Abortion on Demand
James Madison’s Secret Gay Life
Why does the Constitution Have to be So Confusing? Can’t We Just Decide What We Think It Says and Call it A Day?
To familiarize students with the many deficiencies in the U.S. Constitution, most of all that it is a document of “negative liberties.” (Seriously, what would you expect from a thing written by a bunch of dead white European slave owners? C’mon. I mentioned before how ludicrous that is! They didn’t understand all that the government can do for you!)
To expose you to the truth about the relentless racism, sexism, homophobia and unfairness of America, as memorialized in the Constitution.
To equip you with the arguments you need to respond to right-wing talking points like “There is no separation of church and state in the Constitution,” "The 2nd Amendment memorializes a right of free men and women to keep and bear arms," and “The Constitution exists to limit the size of the federal government.” As if!
To give you the informed perspective that you need to understand why the best way to fix the many deficiencies of the Constitution is for judges, the right kind of judges, that is, and you’ll learn what I mean, to just fix it, damn it!
Introduction to the Constitution of the United States
The Nature of the Constitution
The Purposes, Features and Themes (otherwise known as Oppression, Subjugation and White Supremacy)
The Bill of Rights (so-called)
Article I: The Legislative “Power,” or Do What the President Says or Else, Yes He Can!
Article II and the Executive Power, or Whatever it Takes to Help People with the Fierce Urgency of NOW!
Article III: Judicial Review (Lest the bitter clinging, racist people in the middle of the country try to stop the federal government from helping people
Judicial Supremacy (Hell yes!)
Separation of Powers-Ain’t got time for that!
Federalism-See “Separation of Powers”
I thought that this one needed to be repeated…..
DID YOU KNOW?
In heaven, there will never be night. God will be the light because His glory will shine always through the Lamb, who is Jesus.
We read this in Revelation 21:25 “Each day its gates will never close because it will never be night there.”
However, it was pointed out to me another promise: we will have fruit provided for us for eternity. It will grow from the trees on either side of the river of living water.
Revelation 22:1-3 (HCSB) Then he showed me the river of living water, sparkling like crystal, flowing from the throne of God and of the Lamb 2 down the middle of the broad street ⌊of the city⌋. The tree of life was on both sides of the river, bearing 12 kinds of fruit, producing its fruit every month.
However …. Yes, another however…. Another posing question was asked of me. This one was posed to me at about three o’clock in the morning. My dear wife woke me to ask this one: If new fruit will be provided every month, but there is no night, then how long is a month?
The simple answer that I shared with her at that one-eye-opened hour was this. God is our provider. He will never leave His people in that Holy City to starve. There will be an everlasting new growth of provision for God’s people in that great city of the New Jerusalem.
Since time ceases to exist in heaven, to read a month to mean approximately 30 days would make no sense. Understanding that time is man’s invention and that to the Lord, a thousand years is but a day, God is not limited by such a ticking clock. These trees will provide fruit for His people forever … ongoing without end.
Matthew 28:20 (HCSB)
20 …. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”.
By: Ann Coulter
The most important words printed in the New York Times since “REAGAN EASILY BEATS CARTER” were from a front-page article last Sunday about how, after six years of Obama, the federal judiciary is now dominated by Democratic appointees. Edward Whelan, head of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, responded to this by saying: “The best way for conservative voters to prevent further damage to the courts is to swing the Senate to Republican control in the elections this November.”
He’s absolutely right. Turn that into a mnemonic, sew it on needlepoint pillows, include it in your wedding vows, right-wingers. For the next six weeks, nothing matters more to the country than Republicans taking a majority in the Senate. When it comes to politics, conservatives need to learn one thing from liberals: All that matters is winning.
Here’s a preliminary report on where the election stands and my assignments.
First, we need to hold all 45 seats currently in Republican hands. The ones Democrats have been salivating over because of primary challenges aren’t looking like cakewalks for them anymore.
(Take a moment to notice something, Republicans: No incumbent Democrat had to deal with a primary challenger this year. That’s one reason why Democrats win more elections than their insane ideas would seem to dictate. Liberals understand that you can’t do anything if you don’t win, so Democrats don’t stage primary fights against other Democrats.)
Even the Times is admitting that Sen. Mitch McConnell is probably going to be re-elected in Kentucky now that the Ashley Judd juggernaut has been dispatched. McConnell has a history of winning come-from-behind victories — and he’s up in the polls right now.
Georgia seems to have decided it’s going to be Republican, so I say David Perdue wins that open seat.
Sen. Pat Roberts is likely to win in Kansas as soon as the “Independent” candidate, Greg Orman, is forced to take a position on something — anything — and conservative Kansas voters realize he’s the Democrat. Orman’s been able to hide behind limpid nonpartisanship so far, but a candidate can’t refuse to answer basic questions forever.
Will you vote to repeal Obamacare?
I don’t know.
Are you going to caucus with the Democrats or Republicans?
That’s a personal matter.
Assignment No. 1: Sen. Pat Roberts needs to spend every day from now until Nov. 4 campaigning in Kansas. Roberts is smart, personable and engaging — he’s always voted “funniest senator”! He’s certainly no John McCain. (Rand Paul is John McCain.) I don’t know why Roberts got a primary challenge at all. Please stop doing that, Republicans.
Even liberals admit that Republicans are likely to win seats currently held by Democrats in Montana, South Dakota and West Virginia. Assuming we hold Kentucky, Georgia and Kansas, Republicans will be at 48.
That means Republicans need to flip three Democratic seats to take a majority in the Senate. Hopefully, the GOP will take more than three, and store them like chestnuts for a long, cold winter. These are the races that matter: New Hampshire, Iowa, North Carolina, Arkansas, Alaska, Louisiana, Colorado, Minnesota, Michigan.
Assignment No. 2: Everyone reading this column has got to donate to Scott Brown immediately. He’s running in New Hampshire against a slick incumbent Democrat, Jean Shaheen, but he’s a very strong candidate. Brown won the primary only last week, and he’s already tied in the polls. He just needs to catch up to Shaheen’s $11.2 million war chest.
Shaheen is talking about nothing but global warming because she can’t very well talk about Obamacare. She was a major proponent of the bill that destroyed Americans’ health care, which is no more popular in New Hampshire than it is anywhere else people need health care.
Not only was Brown “the 41st vote” against Obamacare — forcing Nancy Pelosi to pull that sleazy, unconstitutional “deem and pass” move to push it through — but more than any other Senate candidate this year, Brown is running against amnesty. Even with a tidal wave of new welfare cases pouring across our border, Brown is one of the few candidates smart enough to make immigration an issue.
Donate. Right now!
The biggest current danger for Republicans is that idiots will vote for Libertarian candidates in do-or-die Senate elections, including Kentucky, Kansas, North Carolina and Colorado. (That’s in addition to the “Independent” in Kansas who’s a Democrat.) Democratic candidates don’t have to put up with this crap — they’re even trying to dump the official Democrat in Kansas to give the stealth Democrat a better shot.
When we’re all dying from lack of health care across the United States of Mexico, we’ll be deeply impressed with your integrity, libertarians.
Which brings me to my final assignment for this week: If you are considering voting for the Libertarian candidate in any Senate election, please send me your name and address so I can track you down and drown you.
So, we all know the federal government has been amassing hordes of ammo. D.H.S., S.S.A., and, N.W.S. have large quantities of this ammo. It's a cloudy day with no inclement weather in the forecast for PA. The N.W.S. has issued a stay in place order for Munroe County; the county inn which the home of the suspected shooter is located. The highly weaponized local and state police have been searching the area for Frein. What I found odd was the N.W.S. issuing a stay in place order.
So, we all know the federal government has been amassing hordes of ammo. D.H.S., S.S.A., and, N.W.S. have large quantities of this ammo. It's a cloudy day with no inclement weather in the forecast for PA. The N.W.S. has issued a stay in place order for Munroe County; the county inn which the home of the suspected shooter is located. The highly weaponized local and state police have been searching the area for Frein. What I found odd was the N.W.S. issuing a stay in place order. Why?
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