Tag Archives: Clarence Thomas

Your Honor?

Today is the first Monday in October which means the Supreme Court begins its new session. For some time, I intended to write this basic article for publishing today. Recent events made that even more compelling.

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On Principle

The fact that this article is being published on the 21st anniversary of 9/11 has not escaped me. Its subject matter is both the biggest American political story of the week just passed and, like 9/11, an attack on America. Worst of all it is far from resolved and is coming from within.

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The Biggest Problem In American Politics Just Got Worse

Taking partisanship out of the equation, without a doubt the influence of money is the biggest problem in American politics. Simply put, it is un-democratic and it just got a lot worse!

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This Was The Biggest

Two hundred forty-six years ago today America declared its independence and a few years later with the adoption of the Constitution became a republic (think: representative democracy). That basically means that the majority rules. Today the America I know is in jeopardy because of an out of control Supreme Court that is openly defying the will of the vast majority of the people and is working to take them out of the equation. In recent weeks the outcry against the Court has been large and vocal. I maintain that their most dastardly deed went somewhat unexplored except in very liberal circles. That is the main subject of today’s article and the biggest political story of the week just passed. Continue reading This Was The Biggest

Crazy Court – Part II

WARNING: TODAY’S ARTICLE IS NOT PG RATED. If you are a minor or are offended by sexually explicit content DO NOT proceed!

The radical majority of the current Supreme Court seems fixated on what they call originalism which in part proclaims that if it is not in the original text of the Constitution then the Constitution can’t possibly cover it.

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