Thursday, July 14, 2005

I said this about a year ago

That the Constitution of the United States of America had been broken and here is some more evidence that the judicial system in this country knows it.

"Throughout our history as a state and as a nation the power to tax and to appropriate money exacted from the people has been considered as a strictly legislative power," Wormhoudt, now a member of the board of directors for the Institute for Justice, wrote. "[But] our Supreme Court's assumption of power, constitutionally assigned solely to the legislature with respect to school financing, is most unfortunate and clearly inconsistent with the foundations of a constitutional democracy."

From AFR(link on side bar).

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