By Jesse Ventura, Dick Russell
There’s the liberty of knowledge Act, after which there’s Ventura’s way.
The legitimate spin on a variety of govt courses is flat-out bullshit, based on Jesse Ventura. during this tremendous selection of real executive records, Ventura, the final word non- partisan truth-seeker, proves it past any doubt. He and Dick Russell stroll readers via sixty three of the main incriminating courses to bare what fairly occurs in the back of the closed doorways. In addition to supplying unique executive info, Ventura discusses what it relatively capacity and the way commonplace american citizens can cease legal habit on the most sensible degrees of presidency and within the media. between the circumstances mentioned:
• The CIA’s top-secret software to manage human habit
• Operation Northwoods—the army plan to hijack airplanes and blame it on Cuban terrorists
• the invention of a mystery Afghan archive—information that by no means left the boardroom
• probably lethal healthcare cover-ups, together with a dengue fever outbreak
• What the dep. of security is familiar with approximately our nutrients supply—but is holding mum
even supposing those records at the moment are within the public area, the powers that be might simply as quickly they remain below wraps. Ventura’s learn and statement sheds new mild on what they’re now not telling you—and why it issues.
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The Constitution as a Limit on Majoritarian Decision Making It is hardly original or profound to observe that a constitution exists to prevent tyranny by the majority, protecting the rights of the minority from oppression by social majorities. S. 13 Rebelling against what they 28 / Interpreting the Constitution perceived to be the tyranny of the king of England, and fearing all exercises of power, the Framers desired a limited government. 14 In drafting the Constitution, therefore, the Framers wanted to create a government with the necessary authority but structured in such a way as to limit its ability to inflict injury or act tyrannically.
21 Because individuals and groups are seldom perfectly rational, and frequently irrational by their own standards, they hedge against their weakness of will with precommitments to people, ideas, and institutions. To make this less abstract, society binds itself in a constitution to protect its 30 / Interpreting the Constitution most important values from the threats that history shows are posed by the passions, pressures, and irrationalities produced by crises and public events. Each society has certain values that it regards as fundamental.
Defenders of judicial review unfortunately fell for this ploy and have devoted their efforts to the task of reconciling judicial review with majority rule. Once it is demonstrated that democracy is not synonymous with majority rule, and judicial review is not per se antidemocratic, the rhetorical force of the criticism is removed. Finally, this discussion has demonstrated the importance of including substantive values in the definition of democracy. Judicial review enhances democracy because it is a vehicle for maximizing protection of those substantive values.