VAWA

Violence Against the Constitution Act (VAWA): Et Tu, Ayotte?

by Mike March 2, 2013

Earlier this evening, Steve pointed out the unintentional consequences of the “Violence Against Women Act” (VAWA), which included giving unconstitutional jurisdiction over non-tribal matters to tribal courts, and (could we call it the Menendez clause?) decriminalizing child prostitution! What I find more interesting, if Heritage thinks the law is a bad idea, and we think […]

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Follow-up: How Happy is Ann Kuster about the VAWA Vote Now?

by Steve MacDonald March 1, 2013

Yesterday I pointed out that according to Heritage the 2013 re-authorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) included provisions that violated the constitution by giving Federal authority to tribal courts. Today, we discover that the 78 Senators and 286 House members who voted (some happily) for S.47, the (Violence Against Women Re-authorization Act of 2013), also voted to prohibit the […]

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Is Ann Kuster Happy We Violated the US Constitution?

by Steve MacDonald February 28, 2013

Ann Kuster is excited that the House Republicans decided not to change the Senate version of the Violence Against Women’s act.    I’m not sure what the House had in mind but Tax dodger Ann Kuster is happy to assume it’s because they hate women. What a difference a day makes! On Wednesday, Speaker Boehner had […]

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