Scalia's ferocious dissents are designed to foster opposition to the Court's antidemocratic usurpations
However, what couldn't be obtained in one outright usurpation is being obtained through gradual encroachment.
In 1998, the American Bar Association's Task Force on Federalization of Criminal Law decried the ongoing trend of usurpation of state authority by the federal government in the area of criminal law.
The history of the current president of the United States of America, like many of his predecessors, is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations
, all having in direct object the establish-merit of an absolute tyranny over these United States.
The Founders, however, harbored no illusion that the Constitution they had created possessed any magical, self-enforcing power against corruption and usurpation
The persecution of the Metric Martyrs follows a long line of power usurpations
by the EU's bureaucrats, legislators, and judges.
He called it "a complete usurpation
by the president of authority to use the Armed Forces of this country" and insisted that only Congress could send our forces to war.