Posts Tagged ‘Alexander Hamilton’
 

 

No, You Can’t

By Nathan Tucker Two-hundred and twenty-five years ago Monday, the Constitutional Convention meeting in Philadelphia signed the Constitution and submitted it to the states for ratification.  It went into effect on June 21, 178...
by Nathan W. Tucker

 
 
 

The State of the Iowa Judiciary is Depressed

By Chuck Laudner The State of the Iowa Judiciary is apparently depressed.  While listening to Justice Mark Cady’s address, I thought the only thing missing was some Ken Burns-style fiddle-playing in the background.  I can...
by The Iowa Republican

 
 
 

An Illegitimate Court or A Reality Check?

I’ve received a lot of feedback about the article I published on Tuesday about impeachment.  A number of people have thanked me for writing the article.  That list of people includes a number of current and former legislato...
by Craig Robinson

 

 
 

The Meaning of the Word “Is

By Nathan Tucker Bill Clinton infamously responded to a question during his deposition by saying that, “It depends on what the meaning of the word ‘is’ is.”  Words have different meanings depending on context, and the ...
by Nathan W. Tucker

 
 
 

Con Congress Regulate Campaign Finance?

By Nathan Tucker The short answer is yes, but only in the District of Columbia and other federal territories where the federal government has the authority to regulate for the general welfare much like state governments do in t...
by Nathan W. Tucker

 

 
 

Strict Constructionist Politicians

By Nathan Tucker Constitution Day is celebrated on September 17th, the day on which 223 years ago the Constitutional Convention meeting in Philadelphia signed the Constitution and submitted it to the states for ratification.  ...
by Nathan W. Tucker