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On the Undermining of the Constitution via “Reflexive Law” (part 2): Antidote Trey Gowdy

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila Here’s part 1, for an explanation of so-called “reflexive law” (conjured up about thirty years ago) and some background concerning how this morphing of the very idea of  law and order can seriously undermine the classic meanings … Continue reading

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