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1 +=Joe Arpaio=
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4 +====Joe Arpaio was Pardoned by Trump on August 25^^th^^ and has done terrible things====
5 +Dahlia Lithwick, 9-15-2017 , "Was Trump's Pardon of Joe Arpaio Unconstitutional?," Slate Magazine, http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/jurisprudence/2017/09/was_trump_s_pardon_of_joe_arpaio_unconstitutional.htm
6 +Sometimes it's easy to believe that the only lawyers trying to hold the Trump administration
7 +AND
8 +assault on judicial authority, even as their own power was being undermined.
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11 +====It looks like the Pardon will be ruled constitutional====
12 +Adam Liptak, 8-26-2017, "Why Trump's Pardon of Arpaio Follows Law, Yet Challenges It," New York Times, https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/26/us/politics/trump-pardon-joe-arpaio-constitution.html?mcubz=0
13 +President Trump's decision to pardon Joe Arpaio was characteristically unconventional. It came late on
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15 +limits of the president's power to spare himself from punishment for criminal wrongdoing.
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18 +==Plan: The United States Supreme Court will rule President Trumps Pardon of Joe Arpaio unconstitutional==
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21 +==Solvency==
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24 +====Joe Arpaio was Pardoned by Trump, however the constitutionality of the Pardon is in question. ====
25 +Laurence H Tribe and Ron Fein September 19, 2017 ~~Laurence H. Tribe is university professor and professor of constitutional law at Harvard Law School. Ron Fein is the legal director of Free Speech for People, which has filed an amicus brief in the Arpaio case.~~, "Opinion," Washington Post, https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-presidential-pardon-power-is-not-absolute/2017/09/18/09d3497c-9ca5-11e7-9083-fbfddf6804c2_story.html_crp
26 +A federal judge in Arizona will soon consider whether to overturn President Trump's pardon of
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28 +." James Madison replied that a president who did so could be impeached.
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31 +====Ruling the Pardon Unconstitutional would create a precedent against law enforcement officers who violated human rights====
32 + Stephen Dinan, 9-13-2017, ~~Writer for Washington times~~ "Joe Arpaio's pardon called unconstitutional," Washington Times, http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/sep/13/joe-arpaios-pardon-called-unconstitutional/
33 +Mr. Arpaio's attorneys say the situation is turning into a farce and that his
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35 +professor, said in a brief filed along with two liberal activist groups.
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38 +==Advantage 1: Power to the Courts==
39 +Idea: The supreme courts have been very quiet, this will make them start actively voicing unconstitutional acts. This is important because the courts are the last line of defense at the point where the president and congress are both red
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42 +====Allowing Joe Arpaio to go unpunished would undermine the authority of the courts====
43 +Joan Biskupic, Cnn Legal Analyst and Supreme Court Biographer, 8-24-2017, "Why Joe Arpaio was found guilty," CNN, http://www.cnn.com/2017/08/24/politics/why-joe-arpaio-was-found-guilty/index.html
44 +He flouted the Constitution. He disobeyed court orders. And then he bragged about
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46 +the so-called 'alt right' and white supremacists, but a bullhorn."
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49 +====The courts are the last line of defense against Trump====
50 +Jules Witcover, ~~Jules Witcover is a syndicated columnist and former long-time writer for The Baltimore Sun. His latest book is "The American Vice Presidency: From Irrelevance to Power" (Smithsonian Books)~~ 2-10-2017, "Witcover: The judiciary: Last line of defense against anarchy," baltimoresun, http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/oped/bal-witcover-the-judiciary-last-line-of-defense-against-anarchy-20170209-story.html
51 +President Trump is getting a refresher course in how the American system of government works
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53 +uncertain toward a chief executive driven by personal whim and self-promotion.
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56 +===Impacts===
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59 +====The Constitution is the most important thing to preserve====
60 + Eidmoe 92 (John A. Eidsmoe is a Constitutional Attorney, Professor of Law at Thomas Goode Jones School of Law and Colonel with the USAF, 1992 3 USAFA J. Leg. Stud. 35, p. 57-9)
61 + Other misfortunes may be borne, or their effects overcome. If disastrous war
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63 +today, these odds are too great to take the risk.
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67 +====We have a moral obligation to prevent violations of the constitution whenever possible====
68 +Daryl Levinson, professor of law at University of Virginia, Spring 2000 UC Law Review
69 +Extending a majority rule analysis of optimal deterrence to constitutional torts requires some explanation,
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71 +better off, by whatever measure, if constitutional rights were never violated.
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78 +====Violations of freedom and justice must be evaluated before very other impact====
79 +Petro Professor of Law 74.
80 +Sylvester Petro, Prof of Law @ Wake Forest U, University of Toledo Law
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82 +every invasion of freedom must be emphatically identified and resisted with undying spirit.
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85 +====Dehumanization outweighs every other impact====
86 +Ashley Montagu 1983, Esteemed Scientist and Writer; and Floyd Matson, Professor of American Studies at University of Hawaii The dehumanization of man, http://64.233.187.104/search?q=cache:hnDfqSFkJJwJ:www.cross-x.com/vb/archive/index.php/t-939595.html+montagu+matson+dehumanizationandhl=en
87 +The contagion is unknown to science and unrecognized by medicine (psychiatry aside); yet
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89 +the Apocalypse. Its more conventional name, of course, is dehumanization.
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92 +====6. Before they question our method of working within the state to reform it, research proves It's comparatively better ====
93 +Grossberg 92 (Lawrence, Professor of Communication at the University of Illinois, "We Gotta Get Out of This Place," p. 390-1)
94 +But this would mean that the Left could not remain outside of the systems of
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96 +and oppositional agency. It strives to organize minorities into a new majority..
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99 +====7. The State is the most influential actor in international politics – individuals identify with the state and won't accept other actors====
100 +Kuriyama 2k (Takakazu, advisor to the Japanese minister of foreign affairs and a visiting professor at Waseda University, Japan Review of International Affairs, "Challenges for Japan's Foreign Policy Future," Fall, p.207-8)
101 +There is a yet more fundamental question in globalization for constructing an international order for
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103 +in such areas as human rights, humanitarian issues, and the environment.
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106 +====8. Failure to engage with the state creates vacuums that will be filled by violent elites – ====
107 +Cook 92 (Anthony, Associate Professor, Georgetown Law, New England LR, Spring, 26 New Eng.L. Rev. 751)
108 +The effect of deconstructing the power of the author to impose a fixed meaning on
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110 +the void will be filled by the rich, the powerful and the charismatic
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