Unconstitutional delegation of authority.
In "Idaho's Elk Ranch Tragedy," (THE NEW AMERICAN, November 13), the new Governor Risch, in classical tyrannical fashion, ordered the destruction of private property--Rammell's elk--said elk having to date no sign of disease whatsoever and being pure descendants DESCENDANTS. Those who have issued from an individual, and include his children, grandchildren, and their children to the remotest degree. Ambl. 327 2 Bro. C. C. 30; Id. 230 3 Bro. C. C. 367; 1 Rop. Leg. 115; 2 Bouv. n. 1956.
2. of the treasured Yellowstone herd, not hybrids.
One would think a tranquilizer tranquilizer, drug whose action calms the central nervous system, decreasing emotional agitation without impairing alertness. Tranquilizing drugs differ from hypnotic drugs such as barbiturates in that they do not act on the brain's cortical areas but rather on its gun would at least offer a humane way of gathering up the elk, animals that were forced through a strong fence by the Department of Interior, U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife's grizzly sow and her cubs, ursus arctos horribilis.
Laymen may not recognize this for what it is: an unconstitutional unconstitutional adj. referring to a statute, governmental conduct, court decision or private contract (such as a covenant which purports to limit transfer of real property only to Caucasians) which violate one or more provisions of the U. S. Constitution. delegation of executive authority.
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