Monthly Archives: December 2019

Where is the Current Impeachment Nutroll Leading? It Is Leading One and All to a Very Dark Place.

The American Civil War began when Confederate forces opened fire on Union forces at Fort Sumter, 12 April 1861. It raged until 9 April 1865, ending after the confederacy was hammered into submission by the Union, which came at Appomattox. … Continue reading

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‘Simply put, FBI investigation motivated by facts, not bias’ – Senator Diane Feinstein

Regarding the Impeachment Falderal:  DiFi (Senator Feinstein) ought to know by now that “Facts” ― inevitably dependent on their associations and, more important, on their statements ― are not truths.  Their statements or expressions can come close to truths ― … Continue reading

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The Cancer of Judicialized Politics in the so-called Impeachment Hearings

“…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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The Return of The People’s Court

Today’s Impeachment Evidence Hearing follows, very carefully, the restrictive processes set by The People’s Court (the Third Reich’s Volksgerichtshof) established by Adolph Hitler in 1934. Barry Berke, the special oversight counsel to the Impeachment Committee, seems as well to mimic … Continue reading

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The Impeachment Circus

Today, the house judiciary heard from these selected ‘witnesses’: Noah Feldman: Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law and Director, Julius-Rabinowitz Program on Jewish and Israeli Law,  Harvard Law School Pamela S. Karlan: Kenneth and Harle Montgomery Professor of Public Interest Law and Co-Director, Supreme … Continue reading

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