- Examples of Political Incorrectness or the Destruction of Language
- Just between you and I, do you care, I DO!
- A group comprised mostly of black activists
- Gimme gimme some lovin’
- There are some people who will NEVER believe; no matter what type of evidence that is presented, or how valuable that evidence is, there will always be skeptics somewhere in the crowd who just will not believe.
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Category Archives: U.S. Supreme Court
The United States had left regulation of immigration to the coastal states until the Supreme Court in 1875 declared that this was exclusively a national, not a state responsibility. Congress struggled through four decades to create a coherent policy that would … Continue reading
Here is Where Accountability has gone to, in the USA Wish you had say, $1.00 for every time you heard, “How does a man or a woman making $100 grand a year and after leaving the U.S.Congress is worth mega-millions?” … Continue reading
Do You Believe in Miracles..? Well if you don’t we would suggest that you read the following decision by the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS). The Supreme Court is making it easier for the government to deport or otherwise remove people … Continue reading
Special Interest Phenomena Connor Griffin wondered if he’d feel like a fish out of water as a gay athlete at a Catholic college. Instead, the freshman swimmer quickly found a home in the chlorinated waters of Fordham University’s pool and … Continue reading
Originalism, the Unitary Executive, and the Constitutional Case for Obama’s Immigration Policy The Obama administration’s immigration policy deferring deportation for more than four million illegal immigrants has been the focus of extensive constitutional debate since it was announced last fall. … Continue reading
SCOTUS, Let’s DEAL with it..! So many things happening in politics, especially this week. But we shouldn’t lose sight of the Supreme Court’s most recent tour of the administrative state. The venue? The Obama administration’s controversial immigration initiative, in the … Continue reading