President Biden has emulated Obama's penchant for ruling by executive order. He's used executive orders to continue with President Obama's war on fossil fuel. He's also abused his executive order power do create vaccine mandates and forgive student loan debt. Only a few things stand between him and Trudeau levels of tyranny, our Supreme Court, our currently GOP held House, and a few red state governors.
U.S. Supreme Court
LR Podcast, S3E10: AKA: Democracy
Contrary to what some have said, the Dobbs and West Virginia rulings are victories, not defeats for our democracy and our republic. They put these matters into the hands of the legislatures and the people where they can be debated and voted on. What's that thing called? You know-- where people get a say on how important issues are handled? Oh, yeah, it's called DEMOCRACY.
LR Podcast S3E8: Debunking Roe v Wade Myths
The Court back in '73 basically cobbled together a right that was not in the Constitution. Critics of Roe v Wade have long held that the Court made a bad ruling that required a lot of legal and intellectual gymnastics to be decided the way it was.
LR Podcast, S2E40: A global movement
United States, Canada, Czech Republic, Australia, Austria, Belgium, etc. These demonstrations are now global, and common. This has to be the biggest political/human rights movement since the massive anti-communist movements of the early 1990s. Perhaps nothing in Western Civilization today is more hated than vaccine mandates and passports.
Here’s the question we should ask Biden about his replacement for Justice Breyer…
Biden has promised to nominate a black woman. He might want to add one more criterion then; that she be a Constitutionalist.
The U.S.: Less a “constitutional” republic then it was.
If the United States is to be restored to a fully-functioning constitutional republic in any manner short of civil war, than it will have to be from the ground up. It will take all of us, all of us who believe in the Constitution to fight in city halls, state houses, the halls of Congress, and in the court of public opinion to get our country back to the rule of law.
The LR Podcast Episode #37: Catastrophe
It was a catastrophic day for every freedom-loving American even before the incident at the Capitol. It was a threefold disaster, being so on the moral, legal, and political levels. The podcast explores each of these.
LR Podcast #33: Fear, the Great Motivator
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
LR Podcast #28: The Post-Election Mess
The presidential race was not the only race this past Tuesday, the Republicans picked up House seats and maintain tenuous control of the Senate, the republics last firewall between the hard left and the end of America as we've known it.
LR Podcast Episode 24: Truth or Consequences
The most devastating moment came when Harris refused, as her running mate has, to answer the question of support for court-packing.