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  1. That they actually have a law degree and studied it ad nauseum. Have you ever even read a Supreme court case? Amendments wouldn't work. There would be a million of them to handle each individual situation. Interpretation is sufficient.

    21 Answers · Politics & Government · 26/08/2009

  2. ...not allowed to form monopolies. The McCarran-Ferguson Act of 1945 was passed in response to the Supreme Court case United States v. South-Eastern Underwriters. The act ...

    11 Answers · Politics & Government · 28/10/2009

  3. ... threw out the separate But equal language of Plessy v Ferguson by stating that separate But equal is inherently unequal

    7 Answers · Politics & Government · 14/12/2010

  4. Ir doesn't matter if states view anchor babies as citizens or not, the 14th amendment says they are ,and no is above the constitution is this country , not even the supreme court.

    10 Answers · Politics & Government · 13/10/2011

  5. It is certainly true that the DA's office gave the grand jurors the wrong definition for the use of deadly force. But, I doubt that this will lead to a federal indictment.

    12 Answers · Politics & Government · 12/01/2015

  6. I agree that, philosophically, you can't argue that a law is just simply because it has been made into law. That is despotism. However, I would welcome an end to the debate over the morality of abortion, simply because the overwhelming majority of the...

    8 Answers · Politics & Government · 23/07/2008

  7. ... by the USA constitution are strictly, by design, the business of each state. If California wants to recognize marriages between...

    17 Answers · Politics & Government · 24/11/2008

  8. I am more surprised about Christine O'Donnell. She must have known that the same question had tripped Sarah Palin up in an interview, so I would have thought that she would have been...

    11 Answers · Politics & Government · 25/10/2010

  9. Feeling a little melodramatic today? There's no apartheid. Yes, there have been serious errors of judgement, and you've listed the turning points where change began. I wouldn't say we're a perfect society, but despite having...

    4 Answers · Politics & Government · 14/11/2007

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