Well-Regulated Militias, and More

Tom Lehman uswa12 at Lorainccc.edu
Wed Nov 3 13:09:32 PST 1999

The thing that I think that is missing in this discussion is the fact that we are living in an era of devolution to the states or new states rights. All of the major political candidates take this as a given; the real action is at the state level.


Charles Brown wrote:

> Yes, this is another reason that it is not impossible to change the Senate or abolish it; or even have a Senate with unequal suffrage for the several states.
> You know Hegel puts jurisprudence in the same category as mathematics with respect to a process of formal logic.
> CB
> >>> <oudies at flash.net> 11/03/99 03:19PM >>>
> ooopps. forgot to ask about this:
> " and that no State, without its Consent, shall be deprived of
> its equal Suffrage in the Senate."
> which would mean that charles is right. it is possible to change the
> constitution, but technically it requires each state to consent. not
> likely, but charles is still right.
> kelley

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