Category: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary

July 4, 2012

The awakened giant likes tea

It’s often said, “Be careful what you wish for – you just might get it.”

Democrats got it all right.

U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts – once counted among the constitutional originalists on the high court – has granted President …

July 3, 2012

The Real Answer to Obamacare

Obamacare is now constitutional. At least that is what the majority of the highest ruling body in this land has stated. And the Supreme Court is the lone group who determines what is and what is not constitutional. But what …

July 2, 2012

Why the Congress Must Reign in the Supreme Court

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights that among these are Life, Libertyand the pursuit of Happiness.” Please notice that this, the foundational …

June 25, 2012

Call 1-800-BAD-LWYR

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 25 Jun 2012

The airways are full of the ambulance-chasing lawyers these days, but now they are not just chasing ambulances carrying accident victims. They are working industriously to drive life-saving medications off the market.

Yes, surely there are occasional drugs that come to …

May 30, 2012

Nine out of ten journalists say, “Guilty!”

Good news for Neighborhood Watch celebrity, George Zimmerman. The Associated Press reports that in 23 years only 2,000 people have been exonerated after being wrongly convicted of a serious felony.

Each year there are nearly one million felony convictions, over 10,000 …

May 27, 2012

Constitutionally Questionable Laws, Orders, Rules, or Regulations

While I am not a licensed attorney, I believe I am capable of reading constitutional, statutory, and/or case laws and pretty well comprehend the meanings contained within these documents. Unfortunately, through the use of constitutionally questionable laws, orders, or regulations, …

May 24, 2012

NCAA Political Correctness

A federal judge threw out a lawsuit by two Sioux tribes [Spirit Lake Sioux and Standing Rock Sioux] to preserve the “Fighting Sioux” nickname of the University of North Dakota.

April 29, 2012

The fruits of arrogance, chicanery, and reconciliation

As of this date, no one knows – that is, no one should know – the Supreme Court’s decision regarding the constitutionality of the Affordable Health Care Act, but it’s clear the supporters of Obamacare are concerned. On March …

April 28, 2012

But What About Justice For Zimmerman?

I keep thinking of an episode of the 1973 TV show, “Kojak: The Marcus-Nelson Murders.” Homicide detective Kojak suspects that the black teenager accused of murdering two white girls is being framed by his fellow detectives.

April 15, 2012

Sick Chickens and Sick Laws

When President Obama made his famous declaration about how he was confident that “that the Supreme Court will not take what would be an unprecedented, extraordinary step of overturning a law that was passed by a strong majority of a …

April 13, 2012

George Washington reproves Obama on “Supreme ” comments

Recently, President Obama gave an address, jawboning the Supreme Court after they heard deliberations regarding the constitutionality of the Health Care Bill. Obama’s comments in the aftermath of the arguments, was a stark revelation of his constitutional philosophy for those, …

April 12, 2012

Obama’s Monumental Misunderstanding

President Obama recently complained about the possibility of the Supreme Court striking down Obamacare. He used the term “unprecedented” and was critical of “judicial activism” engaged in by “unelected” judges. In so doing, he showed his monumental misunderstanding of American …

April 9, 2012

King Kennedy

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 09 Apr 2012

The well-respected columnist Charles Krauthammer recently referred to Justice Anthony Kennedy as “essentially the reigning monarch of the United States.” This reference to Justice Kennedy’s presumed exalted stature derives from his long-held position as the unique swing man on the …

April 7, 2012

Judicial Review is Not Judicial Activism

It takes a lot of Chutzpa for a group of hypocrites to accuse someone else of hypocrisy. But that is exactly what we have with the Democratic party in the case of Obamacare. The Democrats, you see, think that it …

March 31, 2012

Is the Health Care Law Constitutional? No, Strike It Down

This summer, the Supreme Court will decide whether Congress violated the Constitution when it enacted the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which contains an “individual mandate” requiring virtually every American to purchase health insurance. Based on the Constitution’s text …

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