Alexander Hamilton, Article I courts, Article III Courts, checks and balances, Commander in Chief, federal courts, Federalist Paper No. 78, Federalist Paper No. 80, Federalist Paper No. 81, Transgenders in the military, Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ)
By Publius Huldah
In a case now pending before the US District Court for the District of Columbia,1 the trial judge recently granted a preliminary injunction which purports to temporarily stop the Trump Administration from banning so-called “transgender” persons from serving in the Military.
But we will look at the real issue: Does the Judicial Branch of the federal government have constitutional authority to require the Legislative and Executive Branches of the federal government to permit transgender persons to serve in the Military?
Instead of going along with what everybody says – or expounding on one’s personal views on the topic –let us consult and obey the US Constitution:
· Article I, Section 8, clauses 11 – 13, delegate to Congress the powers to declare War, grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal, make rules concerning Captures on Land and Water; raise and support Armies; and to provide and maintain…
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