We can't just go into someone's house and remove their dog without a court orderCouples fight over kidnapped dog Jul 09, 2007
What I'd recommend that you do is go to the Constitution and look at the enumerated powers because what we have is something that we call the 10th Amendment that says, look if it's not there if it's not enumerated, then it's delegated to the statesMiller would pull back government's scope Oct 04, 2010
The frustrating thing with identifying increased activity of a (protein) such as delta-FosB is that it's only a first step. We know it simulates other genes, but after that it is not at all clear what changes result from thisAmphetamine, cocaine affect teen brains Nov 01, 2002
We have consistently asserted that the law should be followed strictlyMiller appeals to Alaska's Supreme Court Dec 14, 2010
I have decided that the federal case must go forward. The integrity of the election is vital and ultimately the rule of law must be our standard. Nevertheless, I have also decided to withdraw our opposition to the certification of the election, ensuring that Alaska will have its full delegation seated when the 112th Congress convenes next monthMiller won't fight seating of Murkowski Dec 27, 2010
Joe Miller (Joseph or Josias) (1684 – August 15, 1738) was an English actor, who first appeared in the cast of Sir Robert Howard's Committee at Drury Lane in 1709 as Teague.
Trinculo in The Tempest, the First Grave-digger in Hamlet and Marplot in Susanna Centlivre's The Busybody, were among his many favourite parts. He is said to have been a friend of Hogarth.
In 1715 he appears on bills promoting a performance on the last day of April, where he played Young Clincher in Farquhar's comedy, "The Constant Couple or a Trip to the Jubilee".