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We the People

Author: National Constitution Center

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A weekly show of constitutional debate hosted by National Constitution Center President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen where listeners can hear the best arguments on all sides of contemporary and historical constitutional issues.
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Nonya Bizness

episode #221: it seems to me the original issue is that whether sessions quit or got fired. if fired, trump cannot constitutionally appoint a replacement. sessions was carefully cryptic in his 'resignation letter', saying "at your request, i am submitting my resignation". in any other context, we know that to be a forced resignation- i.e. being gracefully fired. if debated, my question would be, why did sessions phrase it such? a usual, voluntary resignation would leave of sessions's key words "at your request" for clarity's sake. sessions is a lawyer, and knows that words and the constitution matter.

Dec 2nd
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Jeffery H

Great debate on birthright citizenship in "We The People" podcast fm National Constitution Center! But how often does immigration position pre-determine belief in constitutionality of birthright citizenship? Post-hoc reasoning and confirmation bias is the enemy here

Nov 26th
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Jeffery H

Amazing podcast "We The People" episode on The AG and Constitutional Oversight from National Constitution Center. Very sad & scared important info like this doesnt get more interest

Nov 26th
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