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11th Commandment of judicial tyrants: Thou shalt not criticize a judge

  In this episode of The Conservative Conscience, Daniels observes how so many conservatives are more concerned about Trump’s criticism of judicial tyranny than … the judicial tyranny itself. Moreover, that behavior seems to be embodied by Neil Gorsuch, which…

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Another Supreme Court decision: Yes to abortion drugs, no to religious liberty

Fresh off their unconstitutional ruling striking down the Tenth Amendment right for the state of Texas to regulate abortion facilities and the doctors who perform the “medical” procedure, the Supreme Court took another swipe at the Constitution in the name…

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Sen. Schumer’s revealing response

Earlier this week, a video highlighted Sen. Schumer’s statements on judicial nominees that directly contradict his statements today. Because he got caught accidentally telling the truth, Sen. Schumer wrote this statement. Sen. Schumer’s statement highlights his judicial philosophy, which is captured when he said “During President Bush’s term, Democrats had voted for Justice Roberts and […]

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Staddle of the Republic

In Georgian (or thereabouts) England they used to build barns on top of mushroom-shaped stones, called staddles. Two of the major reasons they did this was that it is nearly impossible for vermin to climb them, and they allow air to circulate below the floor, keeping the grain from spoiling. Justice Antonin Scalia was rather like that, […]

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Obama’s political IRS, free speech targeting and campaign finance

That the treatment of so many tea party and other conservative groups applying for tax exempt status by the Obama Administration’s Internal Revenue Service has been a scandal is not dependent on evidence of specific direction from the White House nor even that only the 501(c)(4) applications of Republican opponents were delayed; inside-the-beltway conventional wisdom to the contrary. But that such political targeting had taken | Read More » . . . → Read More: Obama’s political IRS, free speech targeting and campaign finance . . . → Read More: Obama’s political IRS, free speech targeting and campaign finance

Diverse South no longer DOJ’s Jim Crow under Voting Rights Act

Contrary to intentionally vague reports from the mainstream media that the Supreme Court today, in Shelby County (AL) v Holder, struck down an “essential” provision at the “heart” of the 1965 Voting Rights Act today, it remains illegal for states and localities to deny anyone equal access to the polls based upon race. Actually, in its 5-4 decision, the nation’s highest court only struck down the pre-clearance section | Read More » . . . → Read More: Diverse South no longer DOJ’s Jim Crow under Voting Rights Act . . . → Read More: Diverse South no longer DOJ’s Jim Crow under Voting Rights Act