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documents:cosproject:surge:article_15-timetoevictsquatters [2018/03/24 02:53]
Oliver Wolcott
documents:cosproject:surge:article_15-timetoevictsquatters [2018/03/25 14:46]
Oliver Wolcott
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-{{:​documents:​cosproject:​surge:​article-15-1.png|}} +{{:​documents:​cosproject:​surge:​article-15-1.png| ​When our government’s “interpretations” of the Constitution don’t seem to square with what we read in black and white, it is usually because they don’t square with the Constitution. ​}} 
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-When our government’s “interpretations” of the Constitution don’t seem to square with what we read in black and white, it is usually because they //don’t// square with the Constitution. +//When our government’s “interpretations” of the Constitution don’t seem to square with what we read in black and white, it is usually because they //don’t// square with the Constitution./​
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 ===== It’s Time to Evict the Constitutional Squatters ===== ===== It’s Time to Evict the Constitutional Squatters =====
 **Rita Dunaway, Esq., National Legislative Strategist for the Convention of States Project** **Rita Dunaway, Esq., National Legislative Strategist for the Convention of States Project**
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 Regular, hard-working people raising families probably have no clue how the Anti-Injunction Act figures into their health insurance situation, but they know the upshot is that they must buy the insurance the feds want them to have, or be punished. “Theirs not to reason why, theirs but to do and die…” Regular, hard-working people raising families probably have no clue how the Anti-Injunction Act figures into their health insurance situation, but they know the upshot is that they must buy the insurance the feds want them to have, or be punished. “Theirs not to reason why, theirs but to do and die…”
-{{:​documents:​cosproject:​surge:​article-15-2.png|}} +{{:​documents:​cosproject:​surge:​article-15-2.png|We will lose the protection of original constitutional boundaries if we fail to enforce them through Article V.}} 
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-We will lose the protection of original constitutional boundaries if we fail to enforce them through Article V. +---- 
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 +//We will lose the protection of original constitutional boundaries if we fail to enforce them through Article V./
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 As a young lawyer fresh out of school, I often failed to question the judgments of more seasoned attorneys, always assuming they knew something I didn’t. I’m sure that was true enough, plenty of the time. But as time went on, I came to understand that often what seemed like a bad judgment call to me really was a bad judgment call. And it was my //duty// to point it out in the proper tone and forum. As a young lawyer fresh out of school, I often failed to question the judgments of more seasoned attorneys, always assuming they knew something I didn’t. I’m sure that was true enough, plenty of the time. But as time went on, I came to understand that often what seemed like a bad judgment call to me really was a bad judgment call. And it was my //duty// to point it out in the proper tone and forum.
documents/cosproject/surge/article_15-timetoevictsquatters.txt · Last modified: 2018/03/26 14:29 by Oliver Wolcott