Proposed Constitutional Amendment:

Checking the Powers of the U.S. Supreme Court

Background Reading & Studies


Author's Personal Background Studies

• Paralegal Training

• Course in Constitutional Law

• Course in Civil Litigation


Books on the Constitution and Supreme Court

(I have read all of these. They have guided me in my creation of any proposed Amendment).

Thomas Paine - Complete Works

Paine and Jefferson on Liberty (a collection of writings)

The Federalist Papers

Miracle at Philadelphia

The Virginia Bill of Rights

• The initial Amendments proposed by James Madison

• Ken Starr's book on the Supreme Court Justices

• Rehnquist's book on the history and operation of the Supreme Court

The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution

Men in Black



Articles on this Website related to the Constitution

Constitution Fundamentals

Constitutional - What is "Constitutional"

Discrimination in Laws - Elements of Discrimination in a Law

Federalism vs. Federalists

Federalist Papers (analysis and quotes)

Judicial Nominees, Federalist Paper #76

Line Item Veto

State Law as Extention of Federal Law

Thomas Paine - Books, Quotes, and Lessons from Thomas Paine

Theodore Roosevelt - Books, Quotes, and Lessons from Theodore Roosevelt