Tag Archives: judiciary

Americans are seeing two different movies

Time-honored tool for making movies - the clapboard

Americans are seeing at least two different movies, about the out-of-control suspect or the brutal cop. But are pols making their own movies?

Picking And Choosing What Works For Their Agenda: The Supreme Court Wants To Decide Whether Or Not Police Can Enter Your Home To Seize Guns

Supreme Court, battleground of the Constitution, rules for Hobby Lobby. But is Neil Gorsuch a good candidate to sit here?

The Supreme Court just took a case involving “community caretaking,” a faulty doctrine offering excuses for expanding police powers, in this case to seize guns.

Militia – now more than ever

Well regulated militia metaphor

The Constitution of the United States mentions the concept militia at least four times, if one counts every separate clause that mentions it. The recent accession to the Presidency of a quisling, after a compromised election, makes the militia more necessary than ever. Sadly, most American patriots don’t understand the militia as a concept. Herewith a definition of the militia and an overview of an ideal militia structure for our times.

Unlawfully Corralling You Into Taking Vaccinations: Politicians & Mainstream Media Want To Remind You That There Is Nothing You Can Do To Vaccine Companies If There Are Serious Side Effects

Sign for refusing a vaccine, or for protests against vaccines, lockdowns, etc.

Vaccine companies have always enjoyed immunity from liability or damages from side effects of their preparations. SARS-CoV-2 vaccines are no exception.

Conservatives v. fake conservatives

Ben Carson at CPAC 2014 Where real conservatives gather

Sometimes a major controversy tells you who are your friends – and who pretend to be, but aren’t. The case of Texas v. Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin fits that bill today. True conservative commentators recognize that upon this case will depend whether we have Constitutional government anymore – or not. Fake conservatives holler that the case is insane, frivolous – or a metaphor too disgusting to repeat, even to men only.

Porking the Supreme Court

Pig silhouette, symbol of pork and porking in politics - and government appointments.

Porking the Supreme Court means loading it with Justices who will legislate for favorite constituencies, not guard the Constitution as they should.

Constitution – why do we have it?

March for Life packs Constitution Ave.

Today your editor received from the Quora social network a flabbergasting indication of the willful ignorance of the American left as regards the Constitution of the United States. A worse error of understanding than what your editor read, your editor cannot imagine. Sadly, the Terms and Conditions of Quora afford no protection of any rebuttal I might offer on that platform. Therefore I will offer that rebuttal here, on a forum under my exclusive control. More to the point I intend to show why we have a Constitution, why the left things we have one, and how these two answers differ.

Congratulations, Justice Barrett!

Amy Coney Barrett in 2018. She has the nomination to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court. Now Democrats want to apply an anti-religious test to her nomination.

Last night, at about 8:00 p.m. ET, Judge Amy Coney Barrett won confirmation as a Justice of the Supreme Court. The United States voted 52-48, with all Senators present and none abstaining, to confirm her appointment.

Power Hungry Governor Struck Down By The Courts Again! Why Are The People Still Wearing Masks?

Masks are not required (nor are they effective)

The Michigan Supreme Court has spoken: Governor Whitmer cannot require masks. So why do nosy busybodies still play the enforcer?

Democrats admit – platform unconstitutional

Amy Coney Barrett in 2018. She has the nomination to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court. Now Democrats want to apply an anti-religious test to her nomination.

This morning the Senate Judiciary Committee took up a motion to postpone the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court appointment. Senator Richard Blumenthal (I-Ct.) introduced it. To no one’s surprise, the motion failed on a Party line vote. But the stunning part of that early business meeting came during the debate on that motion. In that debate the Democrats admitted that their entire platform is unconstitutional.