Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Would SOMEBODY please potty train the Dictator…

By Craig Andresen on July 1, 2014 at 4:51 am Someone needs to tell it like it is…may as well be me. Yesterday, after spending the...

Supreme Court to consider online threats case

By Robert Barnes The Supreme Court agreed Monday to consider whether people who post violent or threatening language on Facebook and other Internet forums must...

Another Federal Judge Overstepping Her Authority

the Supreme Court first admitted that the Constitution did not grant them that power, then declared that they had that power because matters of law should rest with the courts. In law school, this is taught as an “implied power” however, the 10th Amendment was written as to avoid any “implied powers” as it states that any power not specifically granted to the federal government or prohibited to the states rests with the states or the people.

2016 – The West, Cruz and Rubio Conservative Conundrum

By Craig Andresen on May 20, 2014 at 4:56 am It’s high time to set the record straight about a few conservatives whose names are...

Are You Smarter Than a Supreme Court Judge?

April was not a good month for Americans that still believe the Supreme Court is a font of legal wisdom. Former Justice John Paul...

Chief Justice Campbell: “all laws against carrying weapons are wrong and should be repealed….”

Supreme Court of Mississippi Chief Justice J.A.P., (Josiah Arthur Patterson), Campbell LET THE CARRYING OF WEAPONS BE MADE GENERAL.    The following letter on the subject of...

Maybe this time the SCOTUS will get it right… but I’m NOT holding my...

While the Supreme Court has refused to consider the case brought by the state of Arizona challenging the 9th Circuit Court's ruling that abortions...

VALID U.S. Supreme Court decisions/instructions concerning the Right to Keep and Bear Arms:

"...Baldwin J charged the jury...." “The first section of the bill of rights in the constitution of Pennsylvania declares that all men have the inherent...

The Formal Indictment of Barack Hussein Obama

By Craig Andresen on July 4, 2013 at 5:18 am As Conservatives and Tea Party faithful, we are constantly preaching adherence to that great document,...

Supreme Court’s Decisions on Race Preferences Increasingly Meaningless

Conservatives are praising last week’s Supreme Court decision in Fisher v. University of Texas, which dealt a slight blow to affirmative action. The high court remanded a decision upholding affirmative action back to the trial court, with instructions to use a stricter standard of review, known as strict scrutiny.

Obamacare’s Fatal Flaws: Complexity and Central Planning

Quite apart from all the legal wrangling and politicking surrounding it, Obamacare has two fatal flaws that doom it to failure -- (1) design-from-scratch...

Alice in Supreme Court Land

Alice had a strange time in Wonderland. Here's what she would have encountered had she fallen down the rabbit hole into the Supreme Court. When...

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Thoughts From a Dumb Ole Biker From Alvin, Texas - Kavanaugh The things you find out when you start researching the matter. Some very interesting FACTS...
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