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The Death of the US Constitution

Dear Friends, It seems to me, with the death of Antonin Scalia our Constitution, which has been on life support for so many years, is about to die as well. There are two main factions battling for the soul of … Continue reading

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All Hail Our New Oligarchs!!

Dear Friends, It seems to me, we are seeing the results of the new class’ idea that Our Constitution is a “living breathing document” philosophy, in that what it says is irrelevant, what it means is a non sequitur and … Continue reading

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Elana Kagan’s Nomination To The Supreme Court

Dear Friends, It seems to me that the inevitable outcome of the judicial philosophy of Aharon Barak is an oligarchy of judges. There is no other possible outcome of such a philosophy. Elena Kagan, Obama’s newest supreme court nominee, says … Continue reading

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Recent Supreme Court Ruling About Corporate Political Spending

Dear Friends, It seems to me that the way the unbiased media are playing the recent Supreme Court ruling, that the government cannot regulate anyone’s free speech, is despicable. The first amendment reads as follows; “Congress shall make no law … Continue reading

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Sonia Sotomayor’s Nomination

Dear Friends, It seems to me that President Obama’s pick to fill the vacant Supreme Court position, Sonia Sotomayor, has gotten a free pass from the unbiased media. We are poorly served when the media only peers at one political … Continue reading

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