Am vergangenen Samstag fand in Hasborn unser diesjähriger JU Saarlandtag statt. Unter dem Motto „Deine Idee. Unsere Zukunft!“ diskutierten wir über die Start Up Szene im Saarland und wie wir unser Bundesland zum Gründerland Nr. 1 weiterentwickeln wollen.
Neben der Antragsberatung stand natürlich auch die Neuwahl des Landesvorstandes auf der Tagesordnung. Vielen herzlichen Dank für die Wiederwahl als JU Landesvorsitzender. Ich freue mich mit dem neuen Team auf die nächsten 2 Jahre. #jungeunion#ju#jusaar#saarlandtag#hasborn#team#saarland#tholey#politics#instagood#instagram @junge_union @junge_union_saar
If a President acts outside his Constitutional authority, are we obligated to obey it? NO. Why are we obeying unconstitutional actions by a court? I love @the.daily.wire, but this article is NUTS. It fully backs the judicial uncontitutional power grab of supremacy by the courts. This article supports the idiotic "well the courts said it, so it must be true" premise.
Some REAL analysis from @conservativereview, @crtv
"The federal judiciary was conceived as the weakest branch of the federal government. The legislature — the elected branch with the most transparency (through public votes) — was given the “predominant” power to legislate and fund the functions of the federal government born out of the “few and defined” enumerated powers.  The executive branch was to faithfully execute those laws and was given the power to sign or veto new legislation. The judiciary, which was to be comparatively the weakest branch and wield “neither force nor will” over the direction of the country, was to interpret the application of those laws in individual cases and controversies. Everything else belonged to the states.
Even when John Marshall popularized the concept of judicial review in Marbury — that justices can look at the constitutionality of a law in addition to interpreting it and are obligated to block its implementation when it violates the Constitution — he never envisioned the judiciary as the sole and final arbiter. He meant that even the weak judiciary, which is unelected, has no funding or enforcement mechanism, and has no ability to make a decision without first receiving a case or controversy with legitimate standing. Similarly, it also had the obligation to follow its oath of office to the supreme law of the land — the Constitution." Follow these patriots for more!
@lessgovt @the_red_elephant_ @theconservativegal @rightwingliberty
Лондон, как так?! Прямо вспоминаю анекдот - "Она внимательно смотрела на майку, на которой было написано London. Посмотрела на рожу в неё одетого и со вздохом сказала: - молодой человек, у вас буква Г вверх ногами написана!!! ". Мир встал с ног на голову!!! Беременный человек - у меня ассоциация мужика с баночкой пива и все! Ой не туда мир катится , не туда!!! #nata_in_the_city
Democracy in Crisis: On the 22nd October, Barcelona citizens demonstrated in a peaceful protest against the imprisonment of two Catalan leaders by the Spanish government, following the Catalonia independence referendum.
The leaders, Jordi Cuixart and Jordi Sanchez, were charged with 'sedition', meaning "inciting people to rebel against the authority of a state". In most Western countries this crime has been abolished.
La Democracia en Crisis: El día 22 de Octubre, los ciudadanos de Barcelona manifestaron en paz contra el encarcelamiento de dos líderes catalanes por el gobierno español, desde el referendum de independencia catalana.
Los líderes, Jordi Cuixart y Jordi Sanchez, fueron acusados de 'sedición', lo que quiere decir "incitar a la gente a rebelar contra la autoridad de un estado". En la mayoría de países occidentales, este crimen ha sido abolido.
The Vera Institute of Justice released a study in 2012 that found the aggregate cost of prisons in 2010 in the 40 states that participated was $39 billion. The annual average taxpayer cost in these states was $31,286 per inmate.
Each U.S. resident is paying about $260 per year on corrections, up from $77 per person in 1980, thanks to the country's annual $80 billion price tag for incarceration, according to a new report from The Hamilton Project.
Meanwhile, people who have invested in their education are being punished and are on the struggle bus. 🚌
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has projected that the registered voters in the country may increase by about 10 million to over 80 million by 2019.
The Chairman of INEC, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, made the prediction at a roundtable organised by the European Union Electoral Follow-up Mission to Nigeria and West Africa, held in Abuja.
A statement issued by the Chief Press Secretary to INEC Chairman, Mr. Rotimi Oyekanmi, on Sunday in Abuja, noted that the roundtable was also attended by Civil Society Organisations and other stakeholders.
Full story on the website. ( Link in the bio ) #Nigeria#politics#naija#thenextedition#onlinenewspaper#TNE