It is not possible to change the beginning by arguing from the end. Why do people do that? Because the end can be seen; the beginning can’t. History is all about ends. What accounts for the beginnings? Mostly emotions.
That is what the Notre Dame law school has produced?
Dear Public Affairs Persons:
After reading through your history home page, (https://www.nga.mil/about/1595956020452_History.html) I have a few comments to make. First of all, the first two and a half lines do not a sentence make. The verbiage is missing a verb.
“Mother Jones” has published a long article by Leland Nally about Jeffrey Epstein’s acquaintances.https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2020/10/i-called-everyone-in-jeffrey-epsteins-little-black-book/
The Constitution is structured to be directed by popular demand. And the structure it sets up is a corporation. Commercial interests, which spurred the Revolution, have always understood that. Those who ask, get.
Announce an intent. Then, if there is no resistance, assume consent and go ahead. His announcement on January 11, 2017 that he would have no conflicts of interest as a benefit of his election is characteristic. If a reminder is needed see
I could not resist. She’s been suckered by a grand-stander.