Fifth Court of Appeals – The Constitutional Firewall

Fifth Court of Appeals - The Role of this Court Few Texans know the role of the fourteen Texas Appeals Courts. The above-pictured panel of sitting justices and candidates presented an overview of the Texas Judicial Branch to Rockwall Republicans on 11 October 2018. The below chart outlines the flow of appeals from the lowest … Continue reading Fifth Court of Appeals – The Constitutional Firewall

Is it lawful for non-citizens to vote in California?

In a word, NO, illegal aliens cannot lawfully vote in California, despite rumors to the contrary. The City of San Francisco, this week, passed an ordinance to allow non-citizens to vote in school elections, contrary to California state law. The Sacramento Bee, 18 July 2018: Non-citizens legally register to vote in San Francisco school elections … Continue reading Is it lawful for non-citizens to vote in California?

A Republic, If you can keep it. What is ‘it’?

2018 Texas State Convention - Down to the wire! The bound Reports of the Permanent Committees, Platform and Resolutions, and Legislative Priorities, page 5, under Constitutional Issues, you will find item number 56. "United States Senators: We support the repeal of the 17th Amendment [to] the United States Constitution and the appointment of United States … Continue reading A Republic, If you can keep it. What is ‘it’?