Judge Orders Taxpayers to Pay for Murderer’s Sex Change Operation

A California judge has ordered that the state cover the expenses for a sex change operation for a current inmate who’s in jail for 2nd degree murder. Where will the state of California get the estimated $100,000 to cover this one person’s sex change operation? From the taxpayers, of course. Who else? The state doesn’t really produce a whole lot on its own to make its own money. Most of the money they have they took from taxpayers, or the Feds, who take much of their money from taxpayers around Read more […]

Children’s Court: Supreme Court Justice Kagan Cites Dr. Seuss

You would think the Supreme Court has better things to do with its time than determine if a fisherman should be prosecuted under Wall Street regulatory law for throwing out too-small fish and thereby “destroying evidence.” They apparently don’t. Beyond that, to add insult to injury, Justice Elena Kagan cited Dr. Seuss in this very same case: In 2007 in Florida, law enforcement officials confronted fisherman John Yates, saying he had caught several red groupers that were too small. Mr. Yates then Read more […]

Utah Woman Allowed by Court to Sue Herself

Sue herself … ? Yes. A Utah woman has filed a lawsuit against herself for damages she apparently caused herself and her husband through her own negligence. As you can imagine, a court already threw out her case on the grounds that she should not be allowed to sue herself. Because that’s absurd: Bagley lost control of a Range Rover while driving in the desert when she hit a sagebrush which caused the vehicle to flip over. Her husband, 55-year-old Bradley Vom Baur, was thrown from the vehicle Read more […]

There Is Not A Widespread Bias Against Blacks Within The Police Force & The Legal System

We need to debunk the Widespread Bias myth. According an NBC/Marist poll: “The grand jury decisions not to indict police officers who killed unarmed men in Ferguson, Missouri and Staten Island, New York have revealed a huge racial divide in how Americans perceive law enforcement in the United States.” The poll goes on to detail numerous racial divisions regarding the trust Americans place in the police, their behaviors, and the legal system at large: “While 52% of whites express a great Read more […]

Judge Arrested for DUI, Has Fellow Judge Dismiss her Charges for Her

A judge arrested for the same law you or I might get arrested for doesn’t have to play by the same rules. A Texas judge got pulled over back in July and was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). Not to worry though. Everyone knows the ruling class is exempt from the rules they enforce on everyone else. Counter Current News reported: A Texas judge has just dismissed all Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) charges for a fellow judge: 13th Court of Appeals Justice Nora Longoria. This special Read more […]

Executive Disorder and the Breakdown of Federalism

Ten days ago, Americans voted Democrats out of Congress in the midterm elections. In what was rightly called a repudiation of Obama’s policies, the voting electorate made it clear they weren’t fans of the Democrat agenda. But apparently this hasn’t done anything to change Obama or his policies. At all. Obama has made it abundantly clear that he will continue to accomplish his will through executive order with or without the support of Congress: . . . Obama has angered Republicans who accuse Read more […]

Ex-Wife of Oil Baron Harold Hamm Rejects $1 Billion Divorce Settlement

Sue Ann Hamm, now ex-wife of oil tycoon Harold Hamm, has been awarded about one billion dollars in a recent divorce settlement. And she is appealing the award “on grounds that it grossly undervalues the marital wealth she is entitled to.” On first glance, her appeal sounds ridiculous. Let’s say that she lives another forty years. She would then be able to spend a whopping 25 million dollars a year for the rest of her life. That’s not including investment or even simple interest. That’s Read more […]

Same-Sex Marriage Ban Upheld in Four States … Good News?

In what should be a bit of good news, the same-sex marriage march has been temporarily halted in four states after a landmark Circuit Court decision upheld same-sex marriage bans in four states. Circuit judge Jeffrey Sutton, who wrote the majority opinion, had this to say about the decision: When the courts do not let the people resolve new social issues like this one, they perpetuate the idea that the heroes in these change events are judges and lawyers. Better in this instance, we think, to Read more […]

Obama: Republicans Made Same-Sex Marriage a Reality

In a recent interview with the New Yorker, Obama talked about his judicial legacy, especially as it concerns same-sex marriage. During his administration, a marked shift has occurred in the political make up of the federal circuit courts. He has appointed two hundred and eighty federal judges. When he took office in 2008, ten of thirteen circuit courts were controlled by Republicans. Now, only four have a Republican majority. And that Republican majority doesn’t mean as much now either, according Read more […]

Liberal Court Strikes down Another Voter Approved Immigration Law

If you want proof that America is no longer a republic as it was initially created, all you have to do is look at the liberal federal courts. In a republic, the people rule by majority vote. In a democracy, the politicians rule over the will of the people. America has obviously moved from being a republic to a democracy or even a socialist democracy and the people no longer have a say in what will be law and won’t be law. Perhaps the best example of this is the US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, Read more […]

US Supreme Court Legalizes Gay Marriages by Refusing to Hear Appeals

Yesterday, the US Supreme Court stunned most of the nation when it announced that it will not hear the appeals from five states concerning same-sex marriages. In those five states, Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin, lower courts had ruled that bans on same-sex marriages were unconstitutional. The states had appealed to the nation’s highest court in hopes that they would make a definitive ruling. By refusing to hear the appeals, the Supreme Court unofficially endorsed the legalization Read more […]

Federal Judge Rules Against Gay Marriage

It’s been sad to see how many liberal judges have been succumbing to the pressure of gay rights advocates. Time and again we’ve seen one judge after another over turn states’ bans on same sex marriages and the recognition of those marriages from other states. In Ohio, and several others states, amendments have been passed by a majority vote of the people to define marriage as the legal union between one man and one woman. Yet Ohio’s constitutional amendment is now being reviewed by a federal Read more […]