Rodrigues Island: Case for Self-determination

Cry Freedom Rodrigues Island: Case for Self-Determination Three hundred years ago, men and women in flesh and bone, were kidnapped from their villages in Guinea; trapped and captured like animals in Senegal; ripped from their families in Mozambique; herded aboard slave ships in Madagascar, and shipped across the Indian Ocean to this part of the […]

Is Government-Run Health Care Constitutional?

Tim Lynch (CATO Institute) and Jay Sekulow (American Center for Law and Justice) discuss the constitutionality of federal health care programs with Judge Andrew Napolitano.

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(part 3 of 3) David H. Souter on American values and Constitutional law

The 2010 Harvard commencement address by the Honorable David H. Souter. (part 3 of 3)

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Teaching Constitutional Law

The CUNY School of Law is “very different” because “we start constitutional law from day one,” says Distinguished Professor Ruthann Robson. Students are then able to do advanced work in courses such as Race and the Law, Immigration Law and others.

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Dui Guilt Myth — Chapter 12

Chapter 12 DWI Lawyer Bob Keefer: DUI Guilt Myth CHAPTER 12 “WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE LAW IN MY STATE?” —DUI LAW IN VIRGINIA Differences in DUI Law in Virginia from Other States The Virginia legal system for DUI’s has several notable differences from other state these major differences will be outlined […]