Category Archives: Judicial

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?
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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.

Are You Paying Attention? Another Governor Bites The Dust! Judge Says Wisconsin Governor Oversteps His Authority!

Stone barn built in Chase, Wisconsin The Wisconsin recall almost replaced barns like this as the State symbol.
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The Wisconsin Supreme Court became the latest court to overturn lockdown orders from overzealous governors who forget for whom they work.

Free and fair elections

Ballot box, symbol of elections. The Texas voter ID law will stop people from stuffing this, and hopefully other kinds of voter fraud. If Donald Trump doesn't insist on this kind of backup, he'll likely lose the election.
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Hello this is Darrell Castle with today’s Castle Report. Today is Friday the 13th day of November in the year 2020, and today I will be talking about the concept of free and fair elections and addressing the question of what happens when a supposedly self-governing people do not have free and fair elections. First, I will tell you that the Castle family is doing fine again. I have at least partially recovered from my melancholy and everyone else is happy and healthy. I have to mention that last Wednesday was veteran’s day and Tuesday was the 245th birthday of the United States Marine Corps. My service there is now almost 50 years in the past, but it is not forgotten. Now, some commentary about our recent presidential elections.

Porking the Supreme Court

Pig silhouette, symbol of pork and porking in politics - and government appointments.
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Porking the Supreme Court means loading it with Justices who will legislate for favorite constituencies, not guard the Constitution as they should.

“Burn Your Masks”: Attorney Katherine Henry Wins Over The Tyrant In Michigan

Burn your masks, says attorney after winning a verdict in the Michigan Supreme Court that meets here.
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“That means burn your masks right now if you didn’t already. Open your gym and movie theater and open whatever business you have,” Attorney Katherine Henry said. “Go on and frequent whatever business you would like to go to, if you have a church that’s limited your services because of how you’re reading the EOs, forget that. All of those executive orders, based on COVID-19 circumstances, from 2020, they’re out, they’re gone, they’re done.”

Democrats tip their hand as enemies of the Constitution

Symbol of the Democrat Party and Democrats generally
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The recent death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (Ginsburg J) highlights the most stark divide in America today. Those who, since George C. Wallace of Alabama, always insisted that “there’s not a dime’s worth of difference between the two Parties” can now eat their words. For the Democrats, reacting to Ginsburg J’s death, have revealed their inveterate enmity toward the Constitution. One need only read the text of their reactions to know what they hold dear. And they do not hold the Constitution dear at all.

Another Federal Judge Rules That Coronavirus Shut Downs Are Unconstitutional – Of Course They Are!

The Constitution, which sets forth the principle of rule of law, defines what is unconstitutional, and guarantees freedom of speech and other liberties of a Constitutional republic, and also describes the impeachment power. (How many know of the Jewish roots of this document?) Hypocrisy threatens Constitutional government. Could Israel use a constitution like this? More to the point: would a Convention of States save it, or destroy it? (Example: civil asset forfeiture violates the Constitution.) Quick fixes like Regulation Freedom Amendments weaken it. Furthermore: the Constitution provides for removing, and punishing, a judge who commits treason in his rulings. Furthermore, opponents who engage in lawfare against an elected President risk breaking the Constitution.
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At least two federal district judges have declared State SARS-CoV-2 lockdown orders unconstitutional infringements on liberty.

When will we return to normal?

The coronavirus virion or virus particle, in profile and section. New normal? Or are we seeing bogus morbidity and mortality statistics from it?
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Our society might never return to normal if normal means having a vaccine. Which the government will not let you collect damages from.

Supreme Court battleground

Supreme Court, battleground of the Constitution, rules for Hobby Lobby. But is Neil Gorsuch a good candidate to sit here?
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The United States Supreme Court has long been a major political battleground. The Court under Chief Justice John Marshall set the tone with its decision in Marbury v. Madison. After its decision in McCullough v. Maryland, Thomas Jefferson lamented that the Court had made the Constitution “a mere thing of wax” for it to “twist and shape” at will. Since that case, decisions of the Supreme Court have had public-policy import far beyond the role the Framers originally envisioned.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, R.I.P.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg official polrtrait from 2016. Requiescat in pace.
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Yesterday evening, the one event happened that cancels all bets on the Election of 2020. Madame Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 87, died of complications of the cancers that burdened her. Very soon she will be the only person relevant to American politics who will enjoy any sort of peace.