Peaceably Exercising Their First Amendment Rights

The First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States guarantees to all of us both the freedom of speech and the right of peaceable assembly. With the truly idiotic pro-Palestinian, pro-Hamas demonstrations which have broken out on college campuses, primarily in the more liberal areas, and the forcible resistance to them by college administrators, …

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Modern Notions of Invasion: Addressing the Complexities of Asylum Seekers and National Security

In the past, the idea of invasion often conjured images of military forces storming beaches or crossing borders in overt acts of aggression.

SCOTUS: Texas Police Given Go-Ahead to Arrest Illegal Aliens

On Tuesday, the United States Supreme Court gave the state of Texas the go-ahead to implement a new law allowing Texas law enforcement to arrest illegal aliens. While Texas has no authority to deport the illegals, Texas judges will be able to issue deportation orders and Texas law enforcement will presumably turn them over to …

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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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