Daily Archives: January 30, 2012

Powers Denied To Congress: A Constitutional Essay

Having already examined at some length the powers denied to the states and the application of those laws for the American Civil War as well as for the current debt crisis of states [1], I thought it would be appropriate … Continue reading

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Today In History: On January 31, 1949, the Karen National Union Began The World’s Longest Current Rebellion

Rebellion is a subject that I have written about a lot, as the legitimacy of rulership has always been questionable to me. Having written quite often about the problems of Burma [1] including the refugee crisis in Thailand [2] and … Continue reading

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