Category: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary

August 25, 2011

La Raza Unida leader sentenced to life in prison for racketeering

La Raza Unida (The United Race) leader Johnny Joe Guerra faces spending the rest of his life in federal prison for drug trafficking while two other members of the La Raza Unida gang will be serving lengthy prison terms for …

July 17, 2011

Texas Treats Illegal Alien, Humberto Leal, as a Genuine Citizen of the United States and Executes Him for Murder

The state of Texas executed Humberto Leal for the 1994 brutal rape and murder of a 16-year-old Texas girl. The fact that Leal was living in this country illegally since 1975 was irrelevant. Dismissing pressure from the United Nations, foreign …

July 12, 2011

Reasonable doubt and common sense

By: Peter Lemiska

“It is better that ten guilty persons escape than one innocent suffer.” So wrote Eighteenth Century legal scholar William Blackstone, whose writings helped form the basis of America’s judicial system.

It’s not a flawless system, and on those …

June 30, 2011

Your Right to Question Regulatory Authority

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 30 Jun 2011

It is my firm belief that as American citizens, we have an unquestionable Right to question the validity of any government or quasi governmental order, law, etc.. And, I believe the case of Budd vs. New York, 143 U.S. 517, …

June 24, 2011

Judicial Corruption; The Death Knell of All Nations

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 24 Jun 2011

I don’t believe there is anything which will bring about the total destruction of our Republic more rapidly than the judicial corruption America is currently facing.

June 20, 2011

Death! Federal jury imposes death penalty on brutal murderer

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

A vicious 30-year old murderer of three — two men and a woman — will soon be scheduled for a date with the executioner thanks to a federal jury in New Haven, Connecticut.

June 18, 2011

Politically Correct Washington Supreme Court Overturns Murder Conviction

In 2007, Kevin L. Monday Jr. was convicted for the murder of Francisco Green and received 64 years in prison.  The incident had been caught on a 3-minute video recording shot by a street performer, and the footage clearly showed …

June 6, 2011

Judicial Corruption, A National Disgrace

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 06 Jun 2011

Any public official, particularly judges, who violate their oaths of office, represent the most despicable element of life plaguing American society. These often elected or otherwise political appointee’s too often disgrace not only their offices and the black robes of …

June 5, 2011

There’s Gotta Be Some Logic Here

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 05 Jun 2011

As the title of this piece states, there’s gotta be some logic here, but I sure don’t see it.

June 3, 2011

Over 30,000 Felons get out of Jail Free card. Wouldn’t you like to live near those prisons!

The Supreme Court weighed in and ruled that California must release over 30,000 convicted criminals before their normal release time.

Let’s look at this from a few different perspectives. First off how much did it cost to get to …

May 30, 2011

Government Abusing The Public Trust

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 30 May 2011

Any time the government prostitutes the law in order to please their big time special interest financial contributors, they are abusing the public trust. Our government employees, particularly the judges, are there to protect the public from the shylocks who …

Judges Run Amok

There has always been a problem with the judiciary in this country. Too often judges confuse their roles and think of themselves as lawmakers and executives, instead of just judges. They want to make the law, not just interpret it. …

May 28, 2011

Judicial Corruption

Filed under: Corruption,Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 28 May 2011

A few days ago, I wrote an article published by Land of The Free. The article involved a San Angelo, Texas, not Dallas as I originally stated, United States District Court Judge Sam R. Cummings. This article is meant to …

May 23, 2011

Another Corrupt Judge

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 23 May 2011

I don’t believe there is anything I feel more contempt for than a corrupt judge delivering unconstitutional decisions that affect the lives of American citizens; especially when that judge, in all probability, made his decision on how much a defendant …

May 11, 2011

Pulling the plug on Obamacare

Court challenges will cast critical eye at constitutionality

Obamacare is like turnip greens: bitter and hard to swallow, but Mommy made you choke them down anyway. The difference is that turnip greens are constitutional (though perhaps they shouldn’t be). They’re also …

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