Four Horrible Supreme Court Rulings: Egregious Examples of Awful Judicial Activism

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Last week we penned: Judicial Restraint: The Courts Must Reverse Previous Rulings When They’re Anti-Constitution: “Judicial activism is when judges and Justices issue rulings diametrically opposed to the Constitution and existing law – because they’d prefer their Leftist ideology be imposed instead. “These judges and Justices aren’t interpreting law – they’re writing law.  They should […]

Bipartisanship Opportunity: Undoing Obama Policy – Is Excellent Policy

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Way back in January 2009, we said an enterprising Republican presidential aspirant should immediately announce his/her run. And say his/her ongoing, rolling platform would be “Undoing everything President Barack Obama is about to do.” God bless Donald Trump.  In 2009, he wasn’t within a million miles of a presidential run.  But run he did in […]

Obama Administration v Human Nature – Oops, I Mean Oracle

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For those of you whose only knowledge of petroleum is – your car needs it at regular intervals: Dry hole: “Any well drilled for oil or gas that does not yield enough to be commercially profitable.” A mere three days before being sworn out of office, the Barack Obama Administration’s Labor Department sued Oracle – […]

Intellectual Property Protection Singularly Delivers the End of Poverty

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I’ve never understood anyone besides the most radical of Leftists standing in opposition to Intellectual Property (IP) protection. Unfortunately, large swaths of non-radical Leftists do. Never mind that IP protection may be singularly responsible for humanity’s escape from systemic, unending poverty. For most of human history, life for us humans was as Thomas Hobbes described […]