SCOTUS Takes Major Constitutional Case on Treaty Powers

Ken Klukowski Big Government 18 Jan 2013

On Friday, the Supreme Court agreed to hear arguments in Bond v. United States, a case raising serious issues of federal power under the U.S. Constitution.

This case is about a woman who discovered her husband was having an affair, then attempted to poison the mistress at […]

Rifts emerge among Dems on consumer financial regulations

Silla Brush The Hill 5/6/2010

Rifts are emerging among Senate Democrats over how much power the federal government should have under the Wall Street overhaul bill to pre-empt state consumer regulations.

Centrist Democrats argue Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd’s (D-Conn.) financial bill should do a better job of reaching a middle ground between state […]