It’s Constitution Thursday, and we take a look at Federalism and its evolution in The United States under the Constitution. What seemed at first to be a pretty clear distinction between state and Federal powers, has slowly morphed into a whole lot more Federal and less State. And the journey to get there started long before the Progressive era. In fact, it really started the day after the Constitution was ratified.
We’ll take a short look at two cases in the news this week. One of them went before the Court and the law passed by Congress was struck down, allowing for sports Betting to be opened up across the nation. It’s the opinion in that case that has Progressives excited and one of them even exclaiming that “Federalism can be good for liberals!”
The other deals with the laws being debated by Congress as we speak to make an attack on a Police Officer a Federal Crime. who would oppose that? After all, we “support” Law enforcement, right?
Or do we support and defend the Constitution?
There is some good news today – the “experts” have decided that they now know what happened to MH-370 which disappeared in 2014. They still don’t know where it is, but they announced they know what happened.
If you need to post memes that make up stuff about political figures that isn’t true to show that you dislike political figures, then you have failed to think and have completely failed as a voice for Conservatism.
The Supreme Court has struck down the ban on Sports Betting. This may or may not turn out to be a meaningful thing, but one thing is for certain, anybody who bets on Regular season NBA games is a fool.
Seattle has decided to only steal, sorry, tax, successful businesses $275 a job instead of $500 a job. They still have no plan for what to do with the money, just broad ideas, none of which will actually “solve” homelessness or the affordable housing shortage.