Category Archives: SCOTUS

The USA is still the best great hope of all humankind

It is very interesting how as the progressive left begins to loose power, their mouth pieces begin to lament the demise of the USA. That is not to say that conservatives have not prophesied the end of our nation simply … Continue reading

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In Congress…July 4, 1776 and America 2014

When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with one another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to … Continue reading

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Don’t Conflate Freedom to Protest and Insurrection

You have a right to bear arms. You do NOT have a right to take up arms against the government of the United States. That is called insurrection. That is a crime. You go to jail. You may not like … Continue reading

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Signing Statements a Violation of the US Constitution

repost January 2012; updates below It’s really nice to know that somewhere someone actually sees what you see when it comes to violations of the US Constitution. Signing Statements are a violation of the US Constitution. The President has two … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Former US Solicitor General and recognized political conservative, Ted Olson, who also successfully argued for marriage equality before the Supreme Court, interviews Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The interview is delightful and informative. Well worth your time. The blurb from C-Span: … Continue reading

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Apparently Antisemitism Doesn’t Exist in Europe Anymore

It seems that the definition of antisemitism agreed upon by EU member states and adopted by the United States State Department has gone missing in Europe. HERE  and HERE Considering that this American administration likes to take its clues from … Continue reading

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