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REVISITING “Reflexive Law”–RE the Electoral College and the Citizenship Question

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila UPDATE 6/28/19 While everybody’s attention is just now fixed on the swarm of Democrat presidential hopefuls attempting to outdo themselves in pandering to a far-left base; while emotions are kept in a tight spin over the crises … Continue reading

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On the Continued, Intensified, Effort to Destroy the U.S. Constitution via “Reflexive Law”

Since I published the post below, back in September 2016, on so-called “Reflexive Law,” aka the effort to sell the idea that our Constitution is a “living document,” that is, can be changed via the social and political norms du … Continue reading

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“Reflexive Law”: On How to Trash the U. S. Constitution and Get Away With It—for Now

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila Ever wonder how come certain members of the government seem to be getting away with overstepping their powers as defined in the United States Constitution, aka, the Supreme Law of the Land? [1]

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