Samuel Chase

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Gutzman, Church – Samuel Chase Impeachment Trial, Part II

NOTE: This piece was originally published on Apr 11, 2014  Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – "The worst decision we’d have in a trial in American history, the worst trial precedent in American history was the acquittal of Justice Samuel Chase a little over 200 years ago by the Senate.  Chase had been a Supreme Court justice during the Alien and Sedition Acts crisis in 1798 to 1801."-Kevin Gutzman, author, James […]

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Gutzman-Church Samuel Chase Impeachment Trial Part I – Congress CAN Put Kibosh On Feds Hearing Homosexual Marriage Cases

NOTE: This piece was originally published on Nov 10, 2014 Gutzman - Congress Can And SHOULD Put The Kibosh On Federal Courts Hearing Homosexual Marriage Cases Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – "Yes, there is this one mechanism that the federal congress could use to address this problem but it almost certainly won’t.  There is another way that the Congress can address the issue, and that’s by restricting federal courts’ jurisdiction, […]

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This Day in Founder's History

This Day In Founding Fathers History – 30 November 2012

This Day In Founding Fathers History – 30 November 2012 On this day in 1804, the Senate began its third impeachment trial, this time of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Chase. Virginia Rep. John Randolph initiated the impeachment proceedings. Chase was accused of “refusing to dismiss biased jurors” and “excluding or limiting defense witnesses in two politically sensitive cases.” He was also accused of promoting his own political agendas from the […]

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