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What content we have been trying to address here is that many similarly troubling judicial actions that add up to an entrenched pattern of government by judges that is nothing less than the usurpation of politics. We agree that this … Continue reading
Did the Supreme Court get it wrong..? Today the U.S. Supreme Court released some more of its rulings. This week it just happened to be Arizona – and the state’s immigration law that states everyone who wants to vote must … Continue reading
Institutional Voices… “We wonder why institutions in this country – the perceptions of institutions – are failing: because people go on TV and make stuff up. .. There are a number of people that believe the real unemployment report … Continue reading
It has become overwhelming obvious to us here at The Reflective, Critical, or Contemplative Thinker that there is quite a bit more corruption going on within the hallowed halls of both the House of Representatives building, the Senate building, as … Continue reading
The separation of powers helps to ensure good government at the same time it guards against tyranny. Independent in function but coordinated in the pursuit of justice, the three branches of government—legislative, executive, and judicial—must each have enough power to … Continue reading
So many times during the year we get asked, “What can we do?” with reference to the goings on within our government. The plea’s heard from the people who read this site at times, can be devastating. Collectively the notion … Continue reading
Where does all this stuff that you’ve heard about on this blog – the victim, feminism, the gay rights movement, the invented statistics, the rewritten history, the lies, the demands, corruption, discrimination and all the rest of it – where … Continue reading
Six cases involving President Barack Obama’s healthcare overhaul legislation are pending before the Supreme Court as part of the legal battle over the law’s fate. The following key issues have emerged in the legal briefs recently filed in the cases … Continue reading