Monthly Archives: April 2015

Out of control Courts, Lawyers, and Law yields Autocratic Tyranny. This is why Americans have the 2nd Constitutional Amendment, for…

“…a judicialized politics tries to bypass public consent. Profoundly anti-democratic when it goes beyond vindicating the fundamental rights of citizenship, judicial politics alienates voters by placing public policy in the private hands of lawyers and litigants. And because rights are … Continue reading

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Revisiting Earth Day 2015 and its Provenance:

“In both the cultural and economic spheres, it was attitude and intentions ─ not outcomes ─ that mattered to liberals. Their claim to moral superiority rested more on self-image then real-world results [and it still does].” ─ The Revolt Against … Continue reading

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This is what is wrong with permitting courts to displace legislatures, and it leads to armed revolution sooner rather than later…

“…a judicialized politics tries to bypass public consent. Profoundly anti-democratic when it goes beyond vindicating the fundamental rights of citizenship, judicial politics alienates voters by placing public policy in the private hands of lawyers and litigants. And because rights are … Continue reading

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Obama wants to ‘Chicago-ize’ America…

…because he “…aligned himself with the rising force in the Democratic Party: the alliance of public-sector unions (including nominally private but heavily government-subsidized health-care unions) and gentry liberals.” And, yes, Chicago is “…a city where the Mayoralty, controlled by Democrats since … Continue reading

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An astute observation…

The cow is of a bovine ilk; one end is moo, the other milk.

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Early April, 2015: Indiana and Arkansas pass revised religious objection laws ― Some Truths concerning:

Gender Dysphoria, sexual positioning, and ‘Gay Marriage:’ legitimizing treatable psychiatric disorders.  Many claim extending marriage to same-sex couples is naturally just, but “…justice is not, as Ortega [y Gasset] put it, “an instinct but a specifically human creation―like literature.  In … Continue reading

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