Is a Trump Court in the Making? | Patrick J. Buchanan – Official Website

July 10, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

If Mitch McConnell’s Senate can confirm his new nominee for the Supreme Court, President Donald Trump may have completed the capture of all three branches of the U.S. government for the Republican Party.

Not bad for a rookie.

And the lamentations on the left are surely justified.

For liberalism’s great strategic ally and asset of 60 years, the judicial dictatorship erected by Earl Warren and associates, may be about to fall.

Source: Is a Trump Court in the Making? | Patrick J. Buchanan – Official Website

The Rutherford Institute :: The Constitution Is Not Neutral: Courts of Justice Should Not Act Like Courts of Order |

July 3, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

For those still deluded enough to believe they’re living the American dream—where the government represents the people, where the people are equal in the eyes of the law, where the courts are arbiters of justice, where the police are keepers of the peace, and where the law is applied equally as a means of protecting the rights of the people—it’s time to wake up.

We no longer have a representative government, a rule of law, or justice.

Liberty has fallen to legalism.

Freedom has fallen to fascism.

Justice has become jaded, jaundiced and just plain unjust.

Source: The Rutherford Institute :: The Constitution Is Not Neutral: Courts of Justice Should Not Act Like Courts of Order |

Jared Taylor Wins First Round in Anti-Censorship Suit Against Twitter – American Renaissance

June 17, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Yesterday, California Superior Court Judge Harold E. Kahn rejected Twitter’s petition to dismiss the suit Jared Taylor brought against Twitter for banning his Twitter account and that of his organization, American Renaissance. The judge also rejected Twitter’s motion under California’s Anti-SLAPP law to strike the complaint, adding that it was “hard to imagine a clearer public interest lawsuit.”

Judge Kahn described Taylor’s complaint as “very eloquent,” adding that “it goes to the heart of free speech principles that long precede our constitution.”

Source: Jared Taylor Wins First Round in Anti-Censorship Suit Against Twitter – American Renaissance

Attorney for Mark Janus Discuss Today’s Oral Argument with NRTW President Mark Mix

February 27, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Tenth Amendment Center | Constitution 101: The Judiciary and Judicial Review

February 17, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

The federal judiciary has arguably become the most powerful branch of the general government. Opinions issued by nine politically connected lawyers have redefined marriage throughout the entire United States, authorized the internment of American citizens and dictated what kinds of decorations cities can display in their parks. Federal courts were never intended to wield this kind of power and control. In Federalist #78, Alexander Hamilton argued that judiciary would operate as the weakest branch of the federal government.

Source: Tenth Amendment Center | Constitution 101: The Judiciary and Judicial Review


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