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You think this judge can be impartial?

November 30, 2010


This is a response to an L.A. Times op-ed from Judge Kelvin D. Filer–and the domain name of his e-mail address ( A quick Google search confirms that, yep, Filer’s a sitting Superior Court judge, and a bit of a character to boot. Anyway, this is what and how an active judge in Southern California […]

Man suing video game company for making their game too fun

August 23, 2010


Individuals are never entirely responsible for their own actions, after all. Somebody with money has to be liable. I guess ethical companies make games that are so dull and boring that they push players away after they’ve plopped down their money. For the public good, you know.

Prop. 8 ruling ignores precedent, evidence and common sense

August 18, 2010


By Edwin Meese III Tuesday, August 17, 2010 Even some who support same-sex marriage worry that, in striking down California’s voter-approved proposition defining marriage as between one man and one woman, U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker went too far. They are right — and not the only ones who should be concerned. Walker’s ruling is […]

Louisiana Hates Liberty and Free Enterprise

August 15, 2010


For more than a century, the brothers at Saint Joseph Abbey in St. Benedict, Louisiana, have supported themselves through the making of simple caskets, but that way of life is now under attack.  The state of Louisiana has taken the abbey and its leaders to court for violating laws that require caskets to be sold […]

Leftist political operative disguised as a judge overturns the will of seven million California voters in Proposition 8

August 7, 2010


First let me say this; I don’t care about anybody’s sexual orientation one way or another. What I do care about is our Constitution, our justice system, and liberty. This federal judge yesterday, this decision, Prop 8, California, has just put people over the edge, and all of these decisions are coming one after another […]


July 30, 2010


The New Jersey Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether drunken drivers injured in accidents they cause can sue the liquor establishments that served them.

Here’s Pelosi’s “most ethical Congress ever” for you

July 29, 2010


The House ethics committee announced 13 charges Thursday against Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.), who is accused of breaking House rules as well as federal statutes. Keep up to date on his status right here. Now Rangel is crying that his Constitutional rights have been violated by those holding him accountable.