Claremont Institute, President Trump, Julie discussed on The Jim Bohannon Show

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Nine six nine welcome back to the jim bohannon show at one eight six six five o jimbo one eight six six five zero five four six two six as we talk with joseph trotsky guineas the wilson fellow in constitutional law at the claremont institute for the study of statesmanship and political philosophy now then the lives of the constitution these ten exceptional minds my guess is you could have started with a list of fifty how did you win down to ten yeah well it that i wanted to write this book within my lifetime so i said i'm just going to go with ten i picked people that i thought either were unknown and deserved attention or were known but ought to be seen in a in a new different light so i have this sort of mix of famous and unfairness people i cover the whole history of the country from before the founding to the present they all they all did or said extraordinary things very different ways i have a bunch of justices journalists to foreigners president and they all illustrate how we have how we interpreted reinterpreted amended challenged our constitution over these last two hundred and thirty years let's take a call from julie in grapevine texas on the jim bohannon show with joseph trying to kofsky hi julie all right thanks for taking my call sure i'll be quick how would you your job talk a little bit about three and four of the tenth amendment whether he believes it we're had was when it was offended and i'll take the call here all right now for those who have not read the tenth amendment on this read it it's very brief the power is not delegated to the united states by the constitution nor prohibited by it to the states are reserved to the states respectively or do the people well this was this was a sort of principle of statutory interpretation applied to the constitution just to create an inference that if the constitution doesn't speak of it the assumption is that the people have not yielded it up to the government the federal government so it was it was to prevent any inference that the.

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