Category: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary

March 30, 2012

Conservatives Can’t Count on Court

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 30 Mar 2012

Conservatives are in a rare mood: they’re optimistic. After listening to two days of Supreme Court hearings, and the skepticism from most of the justices on the individual mandate, many are convinced that victory is inevitable and the court will …

March 29, 2012

Hate Crime Laws were Wrong from the Beginning, Now we have Proof!

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 29 Mar 2012

So the issue is did Ravi actually commit a hate crime? Was Clementi so unstable that he would have committed suicide with or without the interactions of Ravi. By the way the defense was not allowed to go in that …

February 10, 2012

A Beating and Racial Slurs – but No Hate-crime Charges

Ah, the left-wing capacity for rationalization knows no bounds. While we’re told that even substantive criticism of Barack Obama is driven by the hatefulness the left has dubbed “racism,” a racial attack by three black teenagers on two white …

January 27, 2012

Here Comes the Judge. Maybe some Pepperoni Pizza would be in Order!

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 27 Jan 2012

I have a difficult time with judges. And in all fairness since the judge has to decide who is telling the truth then most of their results are bogus. Judge Judy wins out because there is at least $5,000 in …

January 24, 2012

Crucifying Jesus…….Again!

The fourth circuit court of appeals ruled recently that the name Jesus could only be spoken once or twice in legislative prayers. The US Supreme Court was petitioned to hear the case for a reverse ruling, but on January 17, …

January 22, 2012

CAIR and ACLU: Court blocks anti-Sharia law in Oklahoma

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 22 Jan 2012

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit upheld a lower court’s decision to block the implementation of an Oklahoma constitutional amendment that would prohibit courts from applying — or even considering to apply — “Sharia law” and “international …

December 14, 2011

Halligan Nomination Debacle Exemplifies America’s Precarious Crossroads

Finally, Senate Republicans have achieved a political and moral victory. Caitlin Halligan, a far-left judicial activist and Obama nominee for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia was soundly rejected in a fifty-four to forty-five Senate vote …

November 2, 2011

Obama: More terrorists tried in civilian courts in second term

If President Barack Obama wins re-election in 2012 — and no longer has to juggle his different constituencies — look for him and his ideological Attorney General, Eric Holder, to push for the closing of the Guantanamo Bay terrorist detention …

October 31, 2011

The True Killers of School Spirit: Notre Dame and the Whining Irish

There are times in life when it must seem that one just cannot get a break. The city of Chapman, Kansas, and its school district must very well feel that way today. This small Kansas school was devastated by a …

October 20, 2011

Bogus deportation statistics released by Obama, say lawmakers

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary,Immigration - 20 Oct 2011

Even President Obama admitted to Hispanic voters recently that his administration’s deportation numbers are ‘deceptive.’

October 12, 2011

A Sinful Decision Made in Lawrence, Kansas

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary,In The News - 12 Oct 2011

City officials have just passed the most liberal pro-homosexual bill in Kansas history, well almost. In reality, they are the second city to pass an anti-discrimination ordinance that makes individuals with gender-identity issues part of a protected class. The city …

October 11, 2011

Government Intrusion

The battle of one Idaho family represents just how out-of-control government has gotten.  And activist judges who ignore the Constitution make matters worse.

October 5, 2011

The Terrifying and True Harold Fish Story

The prosecution of Harold Fish reignited the debate over self-defense laws in America. For those not familiar with the story, Mr. Fish was convicted in Coconino County, Arizona of 2nd degree murder despite staying on site and rendering aid after …

September 27, 2011

Judicial Activism Goes Berserk

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 27 Sep 2011

In a pending civil lawsuit in a Texas Federal Court, a constitutional nightmare is occurring that could have ominous consequences for all Americans. In violation of the Constitution, the activist federal judge in this case has made a U.S. business …

September 22, 2011

Colombia’s intelligence director facing 25 years in prison

A federal court in Bogota, Colombia, sentenced the disgraced former director of Colombia’s Administrative Department of Security (DAS) on Wednesday to 25 years in prison for his involvement in a number of crimes including murder, abuse of power and conspiracy …

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