does the executive branch of government have the legal right under constitutional law to bailout AIG?

if the executive branch is acting illegally,what legal measures can be taken? The short answer is no. Although the Fed has the authorization to loan unlimited amounts to a company, it cannot buy a company. Despite the semantics with which the takeover took place, the Fed bought the company… However, there are likely no legal […]

Alex Jones Tv 1/2: Sarah Palin is Not Going to Save You!!!

Tea Party Sarah is a Neocon

Kurt Nimmo
http://www.infowars.com/
February 6, 2010

Sarah Palin delivered a speech prior to her keynote at the Republican Tea Party fest in Nashville scheduled for this weekend. In addition to touching on government spending and the bankster bailout, Palin said the underwear bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab should have been grilled before he was read his Miranda rights.

Neocon Sarah sets her sights on the Tea Party movement.

We need a commander in chief, not a professor of constitutional law, she said, according to the Wichita Eagle.

In fact, Obama was not a professor of constitutional law. He was a senior lecturer at the University of Chicago Law School. In academia, there is a vast difference between the two titles, not that we should expect Palin (or her script writers) to get it right.

Palin, the darling of the Tea Party movement (or the one hijacked by statist neocons), is merely echoing the Republican idea that supposed terrorists accused by the government do not deserve Fifth Amendment protection and should be shuffled off to the torture camp at Gitmo straight away. In other words, if the government says somebody is a terrorist then they do not have a right to remain silent. If the government says youre a terrorist, well then by gosh you must be one.

Neocons say skipping the Fifth Amendment is crucial in such cases because the government needs to get actionable intelligence from terror suspects.

But what kind of intelligence would they get from Mr. Fizzlepants, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab? That he was escorted to the airport in Amsterdam by a well-dressed Indian man who was obviously a military or intelligence operative? Do neocons expect us to believe that if the government waterboarded Abdulmutallab they would get information on sleeper cells or nefarious plots in the making by al-Qaeda, the phantom terror group cobbled together by the CIA?

Palin supports the neocon concept of forever war against Muslims. In this respect she is just like Obama and the Democrat version of Bushs neocons.

In December, Tea Party Sarah lauded Obamas decision to send another 30,000 troops into the Afghan meat grinder. At long last, President Obama decided to give his military commanders much of what they need to accomplish their mission in Afghanistan, Palin (or one of her handlers) wrote on her Facebook on December 1, 2009.

We now have an opportunity to build a bipartisan consensus in support of a vital national security priority: defeating Al-Qaeda and its violent extremist allies in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and ensuring that these countries never again serve as bases for terrorist attacks against America and our allies, she wrote. We should be in Afghanistan to win.
http://www.infowars.com/tea-party-sarah-is-a-neocon/

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Round Table : Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments – Opening Session part I

Chair: Professor Martin Scheinin, European University Institute
Welcome: Professor Barak Medina, Dean, Faculty of Law, Hebrew University
Ms Justice Dorit Beinisch, President, the Supreme Court of Israel
Mr Didier Maus, Conseiller dEtat; President, the International Association of Constitutional Law
Professor Claude Klein, Hebrew University:
“The modernity of a constitutional question”
Dr. Sharon Weintal, Hebrew University:
“A typology of the non-amendable provisions in the constitutions”

26.04.10

The Harry and Michael Sacher Institute
for Legislative Research and Comparative Law
The Faculty of Law
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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