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Carter-Lite?

In the 1970’s, Jimmy Carter and his inner circle of the self-annointed decided that they were going to rescue America by pushing through major, sweeping gun-control legislation, right up to the limit of what they could get away with, regardless of the 2nd … Continue reading

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Jefferson gets it.

Jefferson wrote his one single reference about the “separation of church and state” in a letter to the Danbury Baptist church.  He was writing about protecting religion from the federal government, not about protecting government from religion.  Jefferson supported religious … Continue reading

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Close to a Con-con

27 states sued the federal government to NOT have Obamcare imposed upon them on the precept that it was unconstitutional.  The Supreme Court took it upon themselves to rewrite both Obamacare AND the Constitution in order to not declare it so and then … Continue reading

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They have destroyed the Constitution

“The power of the Congress to tax is unlimited” (John Roberts in his opinion). The power to tax is the power to destroy.  If the power to tax is unlimited, then so is the power to destroy also unlimited.  Which … Continue reading

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The Broccoli Tax

The power to tax was previously to tax something.  Justice Roberts has now ok’d the taxing of inactivity.  This is the first time that it has ever meant this.  This means that the Congress can now define all of the behavior … Continue reading

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The anti-Anti Injunction Act

  The Anti-Injuction Act says that any legislation that IS a tax cannot be litigated until AFTER the tax has been collected. So the Supremes litigating it to make Obamacare a tax now should also mean that it cannot be litigated now. The … Continue reading

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28 U.S.C. § 455 : US Code – Section 455

Disqualification of justice, judge, or magistrate judge (a) Any justice, judge, or magistrate judge of the United States shall disqualify himself in any proceeding in which his impartiality might reasonably be questioned. (b) He shall also disqualify himself in the following … Continue reading

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Without just the mandate

If Obamacare stands without the mandate, per the AP, “the remaining parts of the law would have far-reaching impact, putting coverage  within reach of millions of uninsured people, laying new obligations on insurers  and employers, and improving Medicare benefits even … Continue reading

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Threatens my civil liberties

“If there is an Arab American family being rounded up without benefit of an attorney, it threatens my civil liberties.” _Presbo_ March 2008 Threatens mine too.  But who would do that?   In fact, who HAS rounded up Americans of any … Continue reading

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Conundrum

The job of the Supreme Court of the United States is to protect Americans from democracy. So why is it that we are working so hard to foist democracy on other people?

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