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  1. ...the apt in a sophisticated way or taught Holmes to. How did so many FBI agents... murders are not the FBI' s forte. Don't take anything for granted...

    10 Answers · Politics & Government · 25/07/2012

  2. ... "are clearly extensive.") d) Maul v . United States, 274 U . S . 501, 515-16 (1927) (Brandeis & Holmes , JJ., concurring) (President "may direct...

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  3. The government shouldn't financially support someone who breeds constantly. They just breed more breeders who breed more breeders. You can't possibly think this is working.

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  4. ... "are clearly extensive.") d) Maul v . United States, 274 U . S . 501, 515-16 (1927) (Brandeis & Holmes , JJ., concurring) (President "may direct...

    6 Answers · Politics & Government · 16/05/2009

  5. Because Libs don't approve of the way Bush is using his power. If you think someone isn't using power properly, then chances are you want that person to have less of it.

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  6. ...testimony of Alberto Gonzales to the U . S . Senate Judiciary Committee...intervene in this matter -- examples being Holmes v . United States and United...

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  7. Yes, I think in time Roberts may very well become much more liberal than conservatives or Bush ever expected.

    6 Answers · Politics & Government · 14/09/2009

  8. Well I'm all for making things less vague, but this bill of yours still seems kind of iffy. You might want to really write one up and smooth out the rough edges. The elastic clause is very vague too, and I've even seen...

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