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INVOCATION: A POET’S PRAYER
“Words are like leaves, and where they most abound,
Much fruit of sense beneath is rarely found.”—Alexander Pope
The aim below, tis’ my wish and my hope:
Comply with the decree of Master Pope,
And squander not words, nor waste precious time,
And blight not Doctrine put to verse and rhyme.
For Canons ought not the foolish to bear;
So, please God, as I write this prayer,
Give content, balance, junction to each part,
And let faith be enhanc’d by reason’s art.—Judge Bartley
The table is divided into three parts: 1. Posts relating to the treatise on the Constitution, The Kiss of Judice: The Constitution Betrayed; 2. Articles concerning the Catholic Church, current and historical; and 3. Other articles and illustrations
1. Posts relating to the treatise: The Kiss of Judice: The Constitution Betrayed: A Coroner’s Inquest & Report
Answer to queries on 17th Amendment, 14th Amendment, Commerce Clause & the Roberts Opinion on the Taxing Power
Itemization (A-N) and Description of Supreme Court Cases Analyzed in The Kiss of Judice: The Constitution Betrayed
Itemization (Continued N-Z) and Description of Supreme Court Cases Analyzed in The Kiss of Judice: The Constitution Betrayed
Why Military Men and Women Should Refuse Service in an Unconstitutional Syrian WarThe Death of Ronald Coase: One of the Last Great Thinkers
2. Articles concerning the Catholic Church, current and historical
Proof of the syndrome of Paraskevidekatriaphobia: Pope Francis reaches out to atheists and agnostics
On Evangelium Vitae Day, Francis Utters Nary a Word on the Crime of Abortion. Suppressing the Encyclical?
3. Other articles and illustrations