Tag: Supreme Court

Un-Constitutional Anti-Trump Witch Hunt

As the New York Times just reported, the United States Supreme Court has decided to ignore the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution for the United States of America. As President Trump and his tax attorneys have filed ALL official tax forms and supporting documents required by all states and the federal government, the Supreme Court […]

The Wrath of God and His 11th-Hour Plan

Wrath

I believe God’s wrath is just outside America’s door, and while a few Americans area aware, because they’ve listened and heeded God’s word, most Americans are oblivious and will not likely be spared. Steven Mosher published this on November 27th: “I am afraid large sectors of America’s population are going to be off guard, however, […]

Dear SCOTUS: Texas HAD Standing

UPDATE (February 6, 2021): Texas FLUBBED it. They NEVER re-filed while clearly demonstrating their standing. The question is, “WHY NOT???” They HAD standing. They just didn’t demonstrate it, yet had ample opportunity to do so. Grrr… Back to your regularly scheduled program… While reading through the docket of the U.S. Supreme Court, in particular the […]

Senator Collins (Allegedly) BREAKS THE LAW

Susan Collins

I must say that I was surprised, if not floored, that any senator, much less one who claims Republican allegiance, would ever depart from their Constitutional duties in quite the way as has Senator Collins. NOTE: All references to Senator Susan Collins “breaking the law” in this article and anywhere else on this blog are […]

The Last Ship and our Oath of Office

Presidential Oath of Office

While watching The Last Ship: Scuttle, Captain Slattery of the Nathan James said the following: “We always have a choice.” The situation was the same as that faced by officers of all ranks and types throughout history: Should we follow orders when they conflict with law, instruction, regulation, and even what society at large would […]

Separation of Church and State – Revisited

Constitution

Ok, I’ve thought about it, and here’s what I think: First the Constitution specifically forbids any religious test (Article VI, Section 3). So, Jeff Sessions was wrong on that point. You cannot exclude any candidate for public office or government appointee on the basis of their religious beliefs (or lack thereof).   HOWEVER, “separation of […]

Solving America’s Problems Requires Clear Thinking

Clear Thinking

Yesterday I stumbled across a rather insightful editorial by Bart Hinkle at the Richmond Times.  He demonstrated such clear thinking that I wrote the author a letter, presented here with minor corrections for spelling, punctuation, and grammar: I found your recent article to be very insightful.  It is a fascinating look at what ails America […]