Beginning of the End for Roe v. Wade?

Beginning of the End for Roe v. Wade?

For 50 years, Roe and Casey have been at the center of a political battle, and the court has been a willing participant. For 50 years, they’ve kept this Court at the center of a political battle that it can never resolve. And 50 years on, they stand alone. Nowhere else does this Court recognize a right to end a human life. – Oral Arguments…

We Need to Settle the Score on the Issue of Abortion

We Need to Settle the Score on the Issue of Abortion

The slaying of a pregnant mother is rightly called a double homicide. Abortionists have accomplished a human genocide that has dwarfed the Holocaust or any other genocide to date. Not the inner cities where lawlessness abounds, but the womb is the most dangerous of all places to live. Abortion snuffs the life of the most innocent and helpless of all fellow humans. By constitutional law, that is called murder…

More Like the Corleone House than a Court of Law

More Like the Corleone House than a Court of Law

The government in Washington, D.C. is now filled with criminals. Going to federal court for a redress of grievance today seems more like going to the Corleone house than a court of law. Your fate is no longer decided by the laws of the nation, but by the opinions of oligarchs in black robes. As Abraham Lincoln said: The people — the people — are the rightful masters of both Congresses, and courts — not to overthrow the Constitution, but to overthrow the men who pervert it…

Mythical Governmental Powers

Mythical Governmental Powers

The good news is, we can slay the mythical beasts in Washington, D.C., our statehouses, and our city halls. Just as in those epics of old, the journey will be long and fraught with danger. But if we can screw our courage to the sticking point, point the sword of truth at those beasts, and together with others, defend our lives, our liberties, and our lands…

An Oligarchy of Black Robes

An Oligarchy of Black Robes

What happens when the courts interfere with the people’s exercise of their power through their elected officials? What happens when judges can simply refuse to assent to laws based on their opinions, not the law? If the ability of the American people to exercise their power through elected officials can be overruled by the opinion of a single judge, are we still a republic?

Covid-19, Social Standing, and the New World Order

Covid-19, Social Standing, and the New World Order

A government that can force people to take medical treatments against their wishes can do whatever it wants, and the fact that Joe Biden’s order is unconstitutional will not stop tens of millions of Americans from being forced to get vaccinated against their will, in order to continue supporting their families. By the time the Supreme Court shoots this order down (assuming they do), the damage will already be done…

The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, Around Texas SB8

The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, Around Texas SB8

If there is one constant in politics today, it’s that politicians lie. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s tweet is a perfect lie… “Republicans promised to overturn Roe v Wade, and they have. Democrats can either abolish the filibuster and expand the court, or do nothing as millions of peoples’ bodies, rights, and lives are sacrificed for far-right minority rule.”

Texas Abortion Bill v. Roe

Texas Abortion Bill v. Roe

Well, as usual, the bark of the talking heads is much worse than the bite of the actual law. I also want to show you why it is so important that we learn to go to the original sources ourselves. So today, I’m going to the original documents, from the actual Texas law to the opinion in Roe v. Wade. I want to help you cut through the noise to…

Afghanistan to Abortion Rights – The American Divide

Afghanistan to Abortion Rights – The American Divide

There is a distinct difference between ‘nation building’ and ‘strategic alliances.’ Lt Col Tony Shaffer talks about the decision to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan – was it the right move in the first place? In the half-century since Roe, there hasn’t been a court majority as predisposed to ruling against abortion rights as this one. We’ll ask Danielle D’Souza Gill if Roe vs. Wade is on the ropes? Constitutional Expert Paul Engel, on how the Court reaches its decision and packing the court…

The Eviction Moratorium Fiasco Explained

The Eviction Moratorium Fiasco Explained

The Supreme Court did not strike down the eviction moratorium, neither did the court find it unconstitutional. Until we understand what is truly going on, we will never be able to get beyond this dumpster fire called the eviction moratorium. What did the Supreme Court actually say in its latest opinion, and what the American people can do to protect…

The CDC’s Theft of Your Property is Unconstitutional

The CDC’s Theft of Your Property is Unconstitutional

What do we do when governments created to protect our rights not only fail to do so, but actively subvert them? Yes, we have the right to alter or abolish such a government. It is not insurrection to attempt to restore the Constitution to its rightful place as the supreme law of the land. As Abraham Lincoln said: The people are the rightful masters of both Congresses, and courts — not to overthrow the Constitution, but to overthrow the men who pervert it..

Is American Exceptionalism Worth Fighting For?

Is American Exceptionalism Worth Fighting For?

We are a nation of exceptional ideals that is at war with itself. Large swaths of our public believe in identity groups inherently trying to oppress each other. These ‘Social Justice Warriors’, as they are often called, view themselves as some kind of ‘moral and intellectual elite’, uniquely qualified to control the nation ‘fairly’. To these people, freedom and liberty cause oppression…

Are Voting Integrity Laws Inherently Racist?

Are Voting Integrity Laws Inherently Racist?

There are several ways the election process could not be equally open to a group based on race or color. In that, its members have less opportunity than other members of the electorate to participate in the political process and to elect representatives of their choice. This is what the DNC alleged in their lawsuit. That two parts of Arizona’s election law provide less opportunity for blacks, American Indians, and Hispanics to vote.

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