Posts Tagged ‘judicial tyranny’

Constitutional Literacy

August 25, 2012 Leave a comment

Counter-CutIn a previous essay I reviewed and recommended that everyone watch “Politics Easy as P.I.E.”  The fundamental truth demonstrated in that series of videos is that American prosperity is the direct result of the freedoms we have enjoyed as a society.  The equation is simple:  No freedom, no prosperity.

Our freedoms are guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution.  But how solid are those guarantees?  They are only as solid as we the people – each generation – make it.  And unfortunately, those freedoms are easily lost, as evidenced by the recent ObamaCare fiasco.  Today those guarantees appear to be little more than the vague promise of a sunny day tomorrow by an unreliable weatherman.

Is that really the case?  To answer that question I recommend that everyone become familiar with the original intent of the Constitution and its current interpretation by viewing “Constitutional Literacy” with Michael Farris (Links provided at the end of this review). Read more…

When the Attacker is the Victim

March 2, 2012 Leave a comment

Our government is built to the American Constitution.  Our public officials take an oath of office to uphold the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, but all is not as it looks.

A judge in Pennsylvania threw out video evidence, dismissed eyewitness testimony, dismissed the case and lectured the victim of an unprovoked assault.  Why?  Because the victim of the assault was an atheist who dressed up as a zombie Muhammad in a Halloween parade.  This offended a local Muslim who then attacked and beat the victim.

What was the judge’s reasoning?  In Muslim countries under Sharia law such disrespect of Muhammad is punishable by death.  We here in America we must not show disrespect to Islam lest some Muslims be provoked to violence.  The judge, by the way, stated he was Muslim.

By the way, a friend of the the victim marching by his side was dressed as a zombie of the Pope.  He was not attacked.

This is why states like Oklahoma feel it necessary to pass laws making it illegal for judges to use any foreign law to reach their verdicts.
The following YouTube audio of the proceedings spends the first two minutes providing background, the proceeds with a recording of judge’s words:


Life and Death

February 21, 2012 Leave a comment

This particular blog entry contains a number of items regarding abortion.  Abortion is presented in the mainstream media as a “safe medical procedure” being performed in a proper medical environment.  Legal abortion is presented as an alternative to the “back alley coat hanger butcher jobs” of the past.

The stories in this blog indicate that situation to be far from the truth.  These stories have been collected in a relatively short period of time to highlight a pattern that would otherwise not be so clear.  Although one would expect businesses that provide abortion services to be comparably regulated to hospitals – and certainly more tightly regulated than restaurants – that does not appear to be the case.  State inspections of some facilities appear to be lax, or even non-existent.  Record-keeping appears to be questionable.  The “advice” provided appears to be directed to drive decisions to abortion, with little attempt to consider other options such as adoption. Read more…

Beware Judicial Tyranny on Steroids

February 3, 2012 Leave a comment

I fear and pray for my children and grandchildren.  My family escaped Communism to seek freedom.  What is happening before my eyes is the death of America the Beautiful, the land of the free; and the birth of the Democratic Republic of America, just another third world or Communist dictatorship.

This is very scary.  We have a Supreme Court that has been appointed for life.  They are not accountable to anyone and seem to have little regard for the Constitution – other than paying lip service.  We even have a Supreme Court Justice publicly stating that our constitution is outmoded and ineffective – the implication is obvious. Read more…