Let’s Ignore That Pesky Constitution

    Louis Michael Seidman, a professor of Constitutional Law at Georgetown (surprise!), doesn’t think much of the Constitution as he explains in an op-ed in the New York Times: Consider, for example, the assertion by the Senate minority leader last

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December 31, 1862: Battle of Stones River Begins

“Non nobis Domine! non nobis sed nomini tuo da gloriam.” General William S. Rosecrans at the end of his report on the battle of Stones River, attributing the Union victory to God. An unjustly obscure battle of the Civil War

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