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from Houston Chronicle

Electoral College

In the words of UT Law School Professor Sanford Levinson, the Electoral College "is an undemocratic and perverse part of the American system of government that ill serves the United States." Where the Constitution Goes Wrong (And How the People Can Correct It), were published a few years after the 2000 election debacle that placed in office for the fourth time in American history the candidate who lost the popular vote. Partisan preferences aside, this nation's reliance on the Electoral…

Government Part 1: Mexico’s capital is in Mexico city, and their president is Enrique Pena Nieto. Mexico’s federal republic of 31 states and one federal district operates under one central government led by the president.The president is the head of state and head of government. The president is elected by popular vote and serves one 6 year term. The legislature (People who make the laws) is made up of 128 seat senate and 500 seat Chamber of deputies. 40% of party candidates have to be…

from BBC News

Hong Kong lawmakers barred by Beijing from office

Since Hong Kong is semi-autonomous under the "one country, two systems" framework after it was returned to China in 1997, Beijing still has the final say in how to interpret its laws . In refusing to pledge allegiance to Beijing when being sworn in, two elected lawmakers Sixtus Leung and Yau Wai-ching has been blocked by Bejing from taking office. #Hongkonglawmakers #blockbyBejing

The US legal system has changed dramatically over the past 100 years. These legal cases are some of the most influential cases that have impacted and

The US legal system has changed dramatically over the past 100 years. These legal cases are some of the most influential cases that have impacted and

Respect others beliefs yeah but in personal manner (not to force me by law & constitution to shut up & not criticize ! or else it's a blasphemy law ! , to protect what? protect a belief system? or political project/organized religion? to grow & gain more power & more enforcement ? or to protect fairy tales that later will force science to support fictional beliefs !? )

from Sellfy.com

Legal Research

A 'must' for getting better grades on exams, to use as a refresher, or as a long-time quick reference source. This 4-page guide covers: Intro - Objective, Primary Authority Research, Federal Court Reporters, Legislative System/Constitutions & Statutes, Secondary Authority Research, Westlaw, Find