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Publius Huldah -- Gun Control, the Dick Act of 1902, Bills of Attainder and Ex Post Facto Laws

Our Constitution is a glorious document. This one page chart depicts the Structure of the federal government we created when we ratified our...

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THE TRUTH ABOUT GUN CONTROL, THE DICK ACT OF 1902, BILLS OF ATTAINDER AND EX POST FACTO LAWS 9-28-14 BY P.HULDAH

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Sixth Circuit Holds Michigan's Sexual Offender Registration Act is Unconstitutional Ex Post Facto Law

mn: In Order to Use this to KILL ME and STEAL my WHOLE LIFE, the Gov't MIGHT have to Legally EX POST FACTO ALL LAW, and apparently HAS. SO... - Image result for precedent vs ex post facto

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U.S. Government Terminology Laminated Reference Guide

U.S. Government Terminology Laminated Reference Guide Want to find out what the Federalist Papers were? Not sure what “ex post facto” means? Wonder no more—these and other terms pertaining to the U.S.

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Adam Walsh Act And Ex Post Facto

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U.S. Government Terminology

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The IRS and its 46 new powers to enforce ObamaCare.    The power granted to the IRS to enforce ObamaCare’s mandates, taxes, penalties, reporting, and other requirements is unprecedented. Based upon Government Accountability Office data, we count 46 new responsibilities assigned to the IRS under the health law.

The IRS and its 46 new powers to enforce ObamaCare. The power granted to the IRS to enforce ObamaCare’s mandates, taxes, penalties, reporting, and other requirements is unprecedented. Based upon Government Accountability Office data, we count 46 new responsibilities assigned to the IRS under the health law.

Post-Divorce Disputes Over Children’s Surnames. Hofstra law professor Joanna Grossman comments on a recent New Jersey Supreme Court case that involved the following question: Should the custodial parent have the presumptive right to change his or her child’s surname after a divorce?