Challenging the Supreme Court’s Overreach: The Razor Wire Ruling and State Sovereignty

The recent Supreme Court decision to allow the removal of Texas’ border razor wire fencing, in a narrow 5-4 ruling, has sparked a significant debate about state rights and federal overreach, particularly in the context of border security. This decision not only challenges the principle of state sovereignty but also overlooks an essential constitutional provision: …

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The Constitutional Dilemma of Federal Lending: Student Loans and Business Loans

The United States Constitution, a beacon of deliberate governance and fiscal restraint, does not explicitly sanction the federal government to act as a financial dispenser through lending. This article critically examines the constitutionality of federal loan programs, particularly student and small business loans, assessing their alignment with the original intent of the Constitution and exploring …

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