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Why the law is on Trump’s side with his immigration ban

Gregg Jarrett, President Trump may have lost the early legal skirmishes over his executive order on immigration, but in the end he will likely win.  The overwhelming weight of history and the law is on his side. The president does have the authority to ban the entry of foreigners, as long as he has what is

Obama Smart Gun Push Could Conflict With Constitutional Rights, Legal Expert Says

Fred Lucas | Daily Signal “Smart” firearms present numerous safety and constitutional issues. President Barack Obama plans to make smart gun technology a primary part of his push to control firearms, but an expert warns that the new high-tech weaponry poses a danger to constitutional rights—and he’s not talking about the Second Amendment. In April,

Hillary Clinton: ˜The Unborn Person Doesn’t Have Constitutional Rights’

Pam Key, Breitbart Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” while discussing her position on abortion, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said under our laws currently “the unborn person doesn’t have constitutional rights.” Partial transcript as follows: TODD: Give me your straightforward position on the issue of abortion. CLINTON: My position is in line with Row

Notice: Constitutional Militias are Withdrawing from Bundy Ranch

Daily Paul A Letter to the Public, 4 May 2014Notice: Constitutional Militias are Withdrawing from Bundy Ranch When the call came out from militias in Nevada that they needed help because a rancher’s Constitutional rights were being violated, Constitutional militia men, defensive patriot groups, and humanitarian aid groups responded from all over the United States.

Private School Defends Strip-Searching Child, Says Constitutional Rights Do Not Apply

Mother sues for civil rights violations  A mother told a Federal court this week that school officials in Pennsylvania told her that they were within their rights to strip-search her daughter, asserting that the girl “does not have constitutional rights because she is in a private school.” The incident, which occurred last year, saw officials