Wolf DeVoon

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  1. I think I've finally figured it out. You're a great innocent, Bob.
  2. "Because the California National Guard couldn't be mobilized in time, Ann Coulter had to withdraw from giving a speech at Berkeley." [Politico]
  3. Go ahead, name a couple of them. Explain why they're hooey.
  4. Sure, predicate logic is so ... verbal, requiring definitions and such. How awful. Best to stop speaking English.
  5. Wonderfully concise, sir. Judging "ought" by the consequences puts paid to No Nothing subjectivism, because it's bounded by that which knowably is.
  6. I see you don't know what Marbury was, either. Let's quit this and talk about Ayn Rand, either as novelist (thread topic) or hot pants wench.
  7. Honest to Jesus, Bob, you have to stop. Hamilton clobbered Jefferson on "implied powers" doctrine, killed "delegated powers" forever.
  8. You're arguing with the wrong guy. I don't endorse natural law or natural rights, in fact argued against them repeatedly.
  9. Jeez, you don't know squat, do you? Hamilton proposed monarchy at the Federal Convention of 1787, departed by no one agreed to it.
  10. You can think what you like, but I'm not going to educate you. Think of it as "natural rights," which is close enough for government work.
  11. "Natural law" is a term of art among those who know the subject. On the question of legislating or deciding law because "people dislike" something, I have never heard anyone (until now) argue that law is emotional.
  12. "never wavering in his principled opposition to a bill of rights" http://www.claremont.org/js/ckeditor/ckfinder/userfiles/files/James-Madison-and-the-Framing.pdf see also https://books.google.com/books?id=6yyQXl4LmdAC&pg=PA27&lpg=PA27&dq=Madison+delegated+powers+bill+of+rights&source=bl&ots=PL9dH119US&sig=UuxbF5mICef6eR9S1KyHgKjzagM&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi-5sHlxLnTAhUMbFAKHXYqDQI4ChDoAQhDMAU#v=onepage&q=Madison delegated powers bill of rights&f=false
  13. Because why? - legislation? - inherited from common law decisions? - "natural" law?
  14. Madison argued repeatedly against a bill of rights. How can you not know this?