Tag: Rule of Law

It Didn’t Happen Overnight…

It Didn’t Happen Overnight…

Corruption, Current Affairs, Government, Legal
It took three Attorney Generals who failed America to quash the respect and trust Americans had in the Department of Justice - hardly an overnight process. First we had Obama's Eric Holder, a man whose past was literally permeated in controversy - from the Columbia University violent takeover in the Seventies to his many questionable cases throughout his law career. Hardly a reputable man but got his job because who would dare buck a president where everything he did got a free pass because of his race. During Holder's time, he participated in various odious affairs like Fast and Furious, which proved to us, the DOJ was politicized and nothing more than a muscle strong arm of a derelict administration. Not the stuff integrity, honor or law-abiding situations are made of and hardly no...
Has the State Department Cower to Another Liberal Challenge to the Trump Travel Ban?

Has the State Department Cower to Another Liberal Challenge to the Trump Travel Ban?

Corruption, Current Affairs, International Politics, Legal
It would seem with this new stipulation about family members with people here in the US, it has once again, been bullied into watered down policy at the expense of our safety! American being slid under the political bus is getting old! The travel ban imposed by President Trump's Administration was partially upheld last month by the Supreme Court in spite of the 9th Circuit upholding a nefarious halt issued by the Hawaiian judge Derrick K. Watson - an act of judicial activism rather than being based on case law. The ban was challenged by a state that doesn't even take in refugees from Middle Eastern countries and the judge has close ties with former president Obama; therefore, the dubious ruling was suspect from the very start. In a stunning move clouded with more political truculence...
Historical Moment in the Making?

Historical Moment in the Making?

Current Affairs, Events, Founding Fathers, Legal, Presidential, White House News
As most of you know, yesterday was a big moment for the Supreme Court and the Trump Administration with much of the travel ban being reinstated but the move meant much more to Americans. Throughout the years, our laws and Constitution have been victimized by unelected people within our government, but none so lethal as those sitting on the bench with lifetime appointments. For decades, jurists have run rough shod over our governance by imposing rulings like what just happened in the 9th and 4th district; Liberals have used this system to impose laws and social mores we've never voted for nor would if it were put to the public for a vote. Judicial activism has provided Liberals an avenue to ram ridiculous fodder on the America people like bathroom debates and other such nonsense for w...
Clarification of my Twitter Critiques!

Clarification of my Twitter Critiques!

Government
Like the air we breathe, historically, everyone in America takes the Federal Bureau of Investigations for granted... When I studied law, I was always in awe of the FBI's tenacity and had the pleasure to study it's rich history in our Criminal Justice System. As a youngster, I wanted to be a prosecutor. I always thought being the prosecutor was very much like being a Super Hero of sorts - fighting to preserve justice and bring peace to people victimized by the criminal acts of others. Even with the lawyer jokes, I still saw law as one of the most honorable professions - as a prosecutor. My knowledge to the agency's history is more than a cursory curiosity. I've had many mentors and dear friends who served for decades. These were upstanding people of strong morals and staunch supporters