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In a ruling that surprised absolutely nobody – with the possible exception of the President himself – the Southern District of New York ruled that the President cannot block people on Twitter.
Let’s spend Constitution Thursday digging into this and seeing what other things it might end up impacting…
It is said that “Politics makes the strangest bedfellows.” Nowhere is that truer than it was during the experiment in Prohibition in the United States. The original idea of Prohibition is an odd amalgamation of a Conservative religious Value and a Progressive Political tactic.
And, of course, it failed miserably.
So began the process of repealing it via the 21st Amendment. It wasn’t as easy as it seems to us today. And it still affects how we do things today.
President Trump has exercised his Executive authority to call forth the National Guard for the expressed purpose of “doing Military things” to guard the border with Mexico.
Whether or not you agree with his policy, we ask the question about why it is that he President is calling forth the militia of the several states, when Article I section 8 makes it clear that Congress is supposed to be doing that.
It’s Constitution Thursday on Plausibly Live…