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What Is Judicial Review

"Janis Elrod" (2019-10-14)


Judicial review is great example of separation of powers in the United States democratic government system. Under the doctrine, legislative actions are subject to by the judiciary. The history of this doctrine and how it came to pass is interesting and worth delving into. The concept of judicial review as applied to every aspect of government is an idea that is distinctly American in the way it is applied in the governmental system. Throughout the history of the United States, judicial review has served as one of the principle cornerstones for determining the direction of the country and its adherence to the original constitution under which it was founded. Marshall also claimed in his decision that the United States constitution held precedent over any legislation passed by the federal government. This is extremely easy to understand in the context of the time in which Marshalls decision was applied. The time in which Marbury v. Madison was decided was not incredibly far removed from the framing of the constitution itself. Judicial review has long been one of the most distinctive traits of the United States governmental system. The notion that the entire government is subject to review by the independent entity of the courts is one that was entirely revolutionary when it was introduced through the United States constitution. Through this responsibility, the courts are often the ultimate line of defense when the constitutionality of a piece of legislation is challenged. John Marshall fully understood the importance of this when he delivered his decision regarding Marbury v. Madison, in which the first legislation passed by congress was overturned by the courts due to issues with constitutionality.



And as based on how they responded after the election, it was clear to see that they were not going to change their ways. With this in mind, it could be said that even though the election is over, their agenda is still the same. Therefore, if the mainstream media was only interested in getting Hillary elected during the election, why would they be interested in informing people about what Trump is actually doing now that he is president of America? It might be more accurate to say that they will continue to do everything they can to paint him in a negative light. And regardless of whether someone likes him or not, it is going to be vital for them to find out about what he is doing as opposed to what the media says he is doing. If this is something that one agrees with, then it might be a good idea for them to look towards the alternative media. Author's Bio: Prolific writer, author, and coach, Oliver JR Cooper, hails from England.



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I LOVE to live through history. I love old movies and the History Channel is my favorite too! I arrive at one of two outcomes of feelings. I wish I lived then, so simple, love the style, so romantic. I'm SO glad I didn't live in that time, which makes it all the more interesting. I totally agree, its the stories that make history interesting, not dates and names. I also love both history and politics, and small details really bring it alive. History Channel and Food Network, just about all I watch. Interesting nuggets of history there bgpappa ! I like the History Channel too ! That is very true Iron. Didn't want to get into the history too much as it wasn't the topic of the hub. McCullough's book does a great job retelling that story as well. The show on the History Channel was excellent. You forgot to mention that the reason for the slim margin was Aaron Burr's tie with Jefferson, a tie that took over a dozen senate (http://www.elitexecutive.it/) votes to break. I've read the book, "Stealing Lincoln's Body", and DVR-ed the show. I haven't watched it yet, but I hope to get to soon. The book was EXCELLENT! Prologue was one of the best parts! Great hub--I'm a history nut, too. I thought it was pretty good as well. Of course it tells the story of the worst criminal plan in History but it had some good information. I have never seen the first photo, of the kids in the window. I've seen that documentary about Lincoln's body, it's pretty good. Thanks for the read!



A desire to lead in any political capacity is not a sin but such responsibility comes with great demands and higher prices to be paid especially if you are a Christian. Leadership is not pride but an ordination of God, through these avenues God wants to disciple the nations through his children. We need to disciple our nations for God and not to give them away to Satan. We should take the voice of God into business arena and we are going to be shocked as we realize the power of anointed business ideas and decisions. Secular work, ministry, charity, politics and business are sacred before God, so Christians must work their jobs and do business with the same passion and commitment as given to ministry. The ever increasing financial lack and burdens in the body of Christ hinder the progress and delay the growth of many Christian churches. Incubating our congregation in business, financial, political and investment incubators will expand our influence and paradigm for success.