It’s all over but the shouting.

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.

Cruz Drops a Truth Bomb About Democrat Opposition to Kavanaugh’s Confirmation

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

Libertarians are Cool on Kavanaugh

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. 

Constitution Memorial Day

When the Constitution gets to the point where it can mean anything the justices need it to mean, it will at once come to mean nothing. We will be living in a post-constitutional America. The three Supreme Court justices that our next president is expected to appoint, if they are liberal, activist judges, will be more than enough to effectively end the era of the United States as a constitutional republic.

Antonin Scalia, the Constitution, and the Coming Storm

President Obama will likely nominate a candidate with a history of judicial activism. When the Senate initially rejects this nominee, he will call them obstructionist. He and much of the media will claim that they are attempting to deny him his Constitutional rights. Of course, this will be after he has exercised precisely that, his right to nominate a replacement for Justice Scalia.