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Texas Attorney General sues to end DACA & restore Separation of Powers

May 2, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley Texas Attorney General, Ken Paxton, is asking a federal judge for the Southern District of Texas to end the deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program – for …

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U.S. should be in Constitutional Crisis over Activist Judges

Apr 25, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley The fact that we’re not speaks to the fact that our meek-and-mild Congress is willing to sit back and allow the other two branches to take its …

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Another Supreme Court Embarrassment – a 4 to 4 tie on Immigration

Jun 25, 2016 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley While I was broadcasting from Washington DC at FAIR’s “Hold Their Feet to the Fire” event– the High Court ruled, literally while we were on the air, …

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In supporting Con-Con, Greg Abbot escalates the fight over state’s rights

Jan 10, 2016 No Comments ›› admin

LOGIC MINUTE By Lynn Woolley The movement for a so-called “Article V” convention has just signed up its highest profile supporter. Texas Governor Greg Abbott, fed up with the Obama …

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What Constitution? Obama prepares to self-legislate on Climate Change

Nov 12, 2014 No Comments ›› admin

LOGIC MINUTE by Lynn Woolley The Constitution will not stop him. Neither will the election results that rejected his policies. Nor will the fact that much of America is in …

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Electoral College in danger as Progressive Movement seeks Popular Vote

Jun 28, 2014 6 Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley Gradually, progressives are chipping away at various protections and separations of power that were given to us by the Founding Fathers and the Framers of the Constitution. …

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Liberal judges are taking over the country

May 22, 2014 No Comments ›› admin

LOGIC MINUTE by Lynn Woolley My Constitution must be an old version. The newer, living, breathing Constitution, version 10.1, or whatever, must have abolished the separation of powers. In state …

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