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Taking In The View - Kansas Play

... the space and put the ceiling on the floor In one of the rooms all the walls were blue It was hidden so well that no one knew Just the place for taking in the view The View of the ...

A Raisin In The Sun - XV

... who storm? I was already seeing through him I won't say the exact label that I was up in I'll just say that they are no longer running Bumping, Complex, Boy From Kansas thumping He ain't paying attention, adrenaline is jumping Bringing up ...

Garcia v. San Antonio Metropolitan Transit Authority - The Supreme Court of the United States

... of equal representation without the State's consent. Art. V. The extent to which the structure of the Federal Government itself was relied on to insulate the interests of the States is evident in the views of the Framers. James Madison explained ...

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Houston Texas Railway v. U.S. (Shreveport Rate Cases) - The Supreme Court of the United States

... not be contended that local rules could nullify the lawful exercise of Federal authority. In the view that the Commission was entitled to make the order, there is no longer compulsion upon the carriers by virtue of any inconsistent local ...

Loretto v. Teleprompter Manhattan CATV Corp - The Supreme Court of the United States

... U. S. 146, 149 (1924) (to be a taking, flooding must "constitute an actual, permanent invasion of the land, amounting to an appropriation of, and not merely an injury to, the property"); United States v. Kansas City Life Ins. Co., 339 U. S. 799, 809-810 ...

Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council - The Supreme Court of the United States

... ., at 382-383, 404 S. E. 2d, at 898. In the court's view, these concessions brought petitioner's challenge within a long line of this Court's cases sustaining against Due Process and Takings Clause challenges the State's use of its "police powers" to enjoin ...

Swift & Co. v. United States - The Supreme Court of the United States

... , and also to each section of it which makes a charge and to the discovery. The demurrer to the discovery will not need discussion in the view which we take concerning the relief, and therefore we turn at once to that ...

State of the Union 1856 - Franklin Pierce

... that Congress which enacted the law for the organization of the Territory; and when propagandist colonization of Kansas had thus been undertaken in one section of the Union for the systematic promotion of its peculiar views of policy there ensued ...

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State of the Union 1878 - Rutherford B. Hayes

... upon these points were addressed to the British Government through the legation of the United States at London. Failing to obtain the concurrence of the British Government in the views of this Government respecting the award, I have deemed it my ...

State of the Union 1859 - James Buchanan

... three weeks ably and successfully accomplished all the objects of his mission. The treaties which he has concluded will be immediately submitted to the Senate.       In the view that the employment of other than peaceful means might become necessary to ...

State of the Union 1860 - James Buchanan

... flames of civil war from again raging in Kansas, which in the excited state of the public mind, both North and South, might have extended into the neighboring States. The hostile parties in Kansas had been inflamed against each other ...

Let The Sin Begin - Drowning Pool

Strapped in the "Mercy Seat" in Kansas City She's ringin' Hell's bells from Seattle to Philly Got an Indiana heart, with a Lone Star state of mind Black Tooths' any worries, Lines 'em up - Knocks 'em all back Well, the bad ...

Kansas - Ian McCulloch Play

... who we are is written in the stars When's someone gonna come and find me? Where the jewels will be revealed Where the jewels the river gives in the pool where we live In the glow of shadows magic waters ...

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State of the Union 1995 - Bill Clinton

... here actually seemed to reward failure. The New Covenant way should have built-in incentives to reward success. The old way was centralized here in Washington. The New Covenant way must take hold in the communities all across America. And ...

Chapter 12: The Empire and the People - Howard Zinn

... of them, most shot in the back, with no outcry in the press. The labor journal said that the . . . carnival of carnage that takes place every day, month and year in the realm of industry, the thousands of useful lives ...

Bennis V Michigan - The Supreme Court of the United States

... public use in violation of the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment, made applicable to the States by the Fourteenth Amendment. But if the forfeiture proceeding here in question did not violate the Fourteenth Amendment, the property in the automobile ...

Board of Regents of State Colleges v. Roth - The Supreme Court of the United States

... of Books v. Kansas, 378 U. S. 205; Marcus v. Search Warrant, 367 U. S. 717. See Freedman v. Maryland, 380 U. S. 51; Bantam Books v. Sullivan, 372 U. S. 58. See generally Monaghan, First Amendment "Due Process," 83 Harv. L. Rev. 518. In the respondent's case, however, the State has not ...

Brown v. Board of Education (II) - The Supreme Court of the United States

... other states as well. Substantial progress has been made in the District of Columbia and in the communities in Kansas and Delaware involved in this litigation. The defendants in the cases coming to us from South Carolina and Virginia are ...

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Carter v. Carter Coal Co. (Excerpt for Con Law) - The Supreme Court of the United States

... end begins with the first step; and the danger of such a step by the federal government in the direction of taking over the powers of the states is that the end of the journey may find the states so despoiled ...

Champion v. Ames - The Supreme Court of the United States

... . Ct. Rep. 199. If a state, when considering legislation for the suppression of lotteries within its own limits, may properly take into view the evils that inhere in the raising of money, in that mode, why may not Congress, invested with ...

City of Chicago v. Morales - The Supreme Court of the United States

... Process Clause to add judicially favored rights to the limitations upon democracy set forth in the Bill of Rights (usually under the rubric of socalled "substantive due process") is in my view judicial usurpation. But we have, recently at least ...

Ex Parte Young - The Supreme Court of the United States

... to find an agent or employe who would disobey *164 the law, with a possible fine and imprisonment staring him in the face if the act should be held valid. Take the passenger rate act, for instance: A sale of a single ticket ...

Granholm v. Heald - The Supreme Court of the United States

... Webb?Kenyon Act ... was to take from intoxicating liquor the protection of the interstate commerce laws in so far as necessary to deny them an advantage over the intoxicating liquors produced in the state into which they were brought, yet ...

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Heart of Atlanta v. U.S. - The Supreme Court of the United States

... as valuable as the rights to construct above the Terminal. In appellants' view, none of these factors derogate from their claim that New York City's law has effected a "taking." They first observe that the airspace above the Terminal is a valuable ...

NLRB v. Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. - The Supreme Court of the United States

... upon which this argument proceeds is based upon the decision in United States v. E.C. Knight Co., 156 U.S. 1. The view, however, which the argument takes of that case and the arguments based upon that view have been so repeatedly pressed upon this ...

Penn Central Transportation Co. v. New York City - The Supreme Court of the United States

... as valuable as the rights to construct above the Terminal. In appellants' view, none of these factors derogate from their claim that New York City's law has effected a "taking." They first observe that the airspace above the Terminal is a valuable ...

Philadelphia v. New Jersey - The Supreme Court of the United States

... 525; Bowman v. Chicago & Northwestern R. Co., 125 U. S., at 489. In the appellees' view, ch. 363 is analogous to such health-protective measures, since it reduces the exposure of New Jersey residents to the allegedly harmful effects of landfill sites. It is ...

South Dakota v. Dole - The Supreme Court of the United States

... of congressional authority for regulating the sale of liquor only the commerce power comes to mind. But in my view, the regulation of the age of the purchasers of liquor, just as the regulation of the price at which liquor ...

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United Mine Workers of America v. Coronado Coal Company (Excerpt for Con Law) - The Supreme Court of the United States

... undersell and supersede us in the Oklahoma and southwestern Kansas markets." In a joint conference between the union leaders and the coal operators, in 1904, Mr. Mitchell, the president of the union, spoke as follows: I believe the discussion of this matter ...

West Covina v. Perkins - The Supreme Court of the United States

... to warrant, due process requires them to take reasonable steps to give notice that the property has been taken so the owner can pursue available remedies for its return." Ibid. In my view, the majority's conclusion represents an unwarranted extension ...

Youngberg v. Romeo - The Supreme Court of the United States

... ] *314 Chief Judge Seitz, concurring in the judgment, considered the standards articulated by the majority as indistinguishable from those applicable to medical malpractice claims. In Chief Judge Seitz' view, the Constitution "only requires that the courts make certain that professional ...

State of the Union 1925 - Calvin Coolidge

... to the Government, it belongs to the people. The Government has no justification in taking private Property except for a public purpose. It is always necessary to keep these principles in mind in the laying of taxes and in the making ...

State of the Union 1931 - Herbert Hoover

... very basis of our freedom.    Many vital changes and movements of vast proportions are taking place in the economic world. The effect of these changes upon the future can not be seen clearly as yet. Of this, however, we are ...

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Hour 4: Filibuster of the Confirmation of John Brennan - Senator Rand Paul

... freedom really doesn't get enough discussion here in the United States Senate and it's my view that the Senator from Kentucky has made a number of important points this day. And I'd just like to take a few minutes to lay out my ...

Fly the Partisan Skies - David Brooks

... view of reality. In addition, pilots will provide a running travel commentary over the P.A. system (''Ladies and gentlemen, if you glance out of the left side of the aircraft, you'll be able to look down on the people of Kansas ...

Manchester Part II - The West Wing

... several moments. His expression is serious and direct, but kind. BARTLET (softly) I need you, too. C.J. takes this in, the impact of his words really hitting her, and nods slightly. C.J. Thank you, Mr. President. She ...

State of the Union 1855 - Franklin Pierce

... full of threat and of danger to the durability of the Union.    Placed in the office of Chief Magistrate as the executive agent of the whole country, bound to take care that the laws be faithfully executed, and specially enjoined ...

State of the Union 1857 - James Buchanan

... taking any part in the election.       The act of the Territorial legislature had omitted to provide for submitting to the people the constitution which might be framed by the convention, and in the excited state of public feeling throughout Kansas ...

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State of the Union 1858 - James Buchanan

... refused to vote. The antislavery party were thus placed in the ascendant, and the political power of the State was in their own hands. Had Congress admitted Kansas into the Union under the Lecompton constitution, the legislature might at its ...

SCP-3088 - The SCP Foundation

... simple that no one would object to. Easy enough to justify, what with the increased traffic the mills will bring in. There has been a pothole in the road outside my house for 15 years. I watched it all night until after ...

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