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Really Bad Precedent: Allowing Governments to Tax Non-Constituents

The Supreme Court is currently considering South Dakota v Wayfair. A case debating whether or not state and municipal governments can collect their respective sales taxes – on non-resident business and people who have the temerity to complete a transaction in their jurisdictions. President Donald Trump is on this absolutely correct – in one sense. Online retailers like the case-cited Wayfair – do have a | Read More »
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Linda Brown — of 1954 Brown v. Board of Education — Passes Away at 76 Years Old

Brown v. Board of Education is one of the most well-known Supreme Court decisions in American history and was the court case that declared segregated public schools were unconstitutional. Today, the the little girl who shared her name with the case has passed away. Linda Brown was 76 years old at her time of death; the case, decided in 1954, was only 64 years ago. The | Read More »
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