Article 1 section 8 of the constitution says that “…all Duties, Imposts, and Excises shall be uniform throughout the United States.” Can you tell me the Supreme Court case where they tried to interpret the meaning of Uniform as used here?
I’m not a lawyer, but the double espresso I just drank has given me [...]
i intend to make this brief because i know you are a very busy. my friend and i were arguing the core concept of socialism vs. capitalism. he said that if there is no incentive for profit, then no one would do anything (no doctors, lawyers etc…) i have no rebuttal for this argument. i [...]
Explain the nature of the laws that Congress may not pass
including: writs of habeas corpus; bills of attainder; ex post facto laws
Suspending writs of habeas corpus (with certain exceptions), enacting bills of attainder, and enacting ex post facto laws are prohibited by Ariticle I, Section 9, Clauses 2 and 3 of the [...]
Is it true that OBAMA does not have a valid birht certificate? He was not born in the US. I heard this from someone who said it was true.I want to know the whole truth. What happens if hr does’t?
No, this isn’t true. President Obama was born in Hawaii, and has a valid birth [...]
Dear Answer Person,Does the president ever do his own grocery shopping? And if he did, how much would it cost for him to go to the grocery store with his security detail?
Nope, they don’t do anything so mundane. Except for publicity tours or when campaigning. Probably more likely for a photo op when [...]
Do American Boards of Elections always count absentee ballots? Or are there circumstances where they would decide they did not need to count the absentee ballots that year?
Yes, they always get counted. Answer Person could find no evidence of a state or county that doesn’t. Sort of the same reason why they don’t just [...]
Why are phone calls so ridiculously expensive in Europe, particularly land line calls in Britain? What is the US doing so well that Europeans are not?
ANSWER PERSON RESPONDS: There are different regulatory structures and historical backgrounds between the telecommunications systems in these different places. Note that, in general, mobile phones are cheaper in Europe [...]
Is a world with one search engine (Google) comparable to a world with 1 political party (totalitarianism)? [3348B]
Well, you can see the April 9 issue of Business Week. Some people think so. But unlike a totalitarian state, there isn’t anything keeping you from using another inferior search engine, is there?
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