The Real Face of the Three-Faced God – Religion, Science and Law (PART II) by Ama Boakyewaa Adjei

And the third was gifted to the Black Robes, who above all else desire power – Law What’s the law? A course in jurisprudence answers this, and tells intriguing tales of how the law operates to create functional societies. According to Salmon, if ‘science’ includes the systematized knowledge of any subject of legal inquiry, jurisprudence […]

“The Real Face of the Three-Faced god – Religion, Science and Law (Part 1)” by Ama Boakyewaa Adjei

Experts call them zombies – any idea more appealing than that on which the mind must focus at a particular point in time. It’s just a more theatrical name for ‘distraction’, really.  The plan is to read Constitutionalism, but the mind frolics with a musing so profound it begs penning down. If everything were reduced […]

“THE MYTH OF SEPARATION OF POWERS; THE TROUBLES OF A DEVELOPING DEMOCRACY” by Jonathan Abotiwine

SEPARATION OF POWERS AND THE CONSTITUTION “The actual art of governing under our Constitution does not, and cannot, conform to judicial definitions of the power of any of its branches based on isolated clauses, or even single Articles torn from context. While the Constitution diffuses power the better to secure liberty, it also contemplates that […]