In this episode, I talk about the recent SCOTUS decision not to hear the case brought by Texas and 17 other states against the four states that decided to change their election law in contravention with the Constitution. Was this a wise decision, or one driven by fear? How fear can make a person reject … Continue reading LR Podcast #33: Fear, the Great Motivator
What they've done, by not hearing that, or the PA case is tantamount to making following the Constitution optional. I think it's going to take a while for the implications of that to sink in.
The most devastating moment came when Harris refused, as her running mate has, to answer the question of support for court-packing.
Why Constitutionalist justices matter, and are the only ones truly capable of carrying out their mandate under the Constitution.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died leaving a huge vacancy in the Supreme Court. How does her loss affect the balance of the Court? What does each side want to happen?
It's all over but the shouting. (but there's a lot of that to still be done) Here's a list I compiled the day before Kavanaugh was sworn in. Some people think that with his confirmation, the Left will go on their merry way, but we know better, don't we? At the time of this being … Continue reading It’s all over but the shouting.
If the object is to get Kavanaugh appointed to the Supreme Court, this will not change a single Democratic vote. It will allow them and their partners in the mainstream media to claim that "Kavanaugh is under FBI investigation for sexual assault allegations".
It was a raucous day Monday on Capitol Hill at the start of the Senate confirmation hearings to approve Brett Kavanaugh's appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court. Amidst outbursts from the gallery by anti-Kavanaugh protesters, Senate Democrats pulled out all the stops in an all-out effort to delay the confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh, throwing one … Continue reading Cruz Drops a Truth Bomb About Democrat Opposition to Kavanaugh’s Confirmation
Liberals don't like Kavanaugh, they are deathly afraid of him overturning Roe v. Wade, and would prefer a justice who believes in a "living Constitution". Conservatives like him because they think he won't legislate from the bench. Libertarians are concerned that he will opt for an interpretation of the Constitution that favors the government over individual rights.