There are many hailing Texas as the innovator in advancing the pro life fight. They are innovative only in the sense they found a loophole, created by leftist justices decades ago, justifying the prohibition of abortions weeks earlier than any other state. It’s not meant to challenge prior court precedent, but to conform to it … Continue reading A note on Texas’ new law
It’s the opinion of the Carolina Journal that their court is nearing doom because democrats on the bench are trying to force republicans on the bench to recuse from a voting rights case. If you are wondering where democrats got this idea, the answer is Roy Moore in Alabama. He was the Republican that other … Continue reading North Carolina conservatives are panicking
It appears that every Trump appointed judge and justice is a complete loon. That’s because they are. Kavanaugh is a guy who “keeps calendars” since childhood, and who only hires female clerks/employees (very creepy). Barrett is an unqualified lunatic. Gorsuch thinks that most of the territory in Oklahoma is Indian country, not coming under the … Continue reading Quick note on Gorsuch
As Afghanistan falls apart, many on the right are rushing to social media to indoctrinate their subscribers with the talking point that the US soldiers won the war, but the politicians lost it. They are wrong. At no point in 20 years were commanders telling congress the truth. The military willingly lied to cover up … Continue reading A joke of a military
The next time you consider saying “I’d rather be judged by 12 than be carried by 6,” or think that we have a wonderful system where you can address your grievances in court, think again. A man in Hawaii was wrongfully imprisoned for over two years before the court finally admitted they had the wrong … Continue reading Our insane court system
Who would have imagined that the “right wing” “super lawyer” was so fragile?
An actual Karen (her real name) filed a class action suit in Missouri against a ton of retail stores over the “pink tax.” She claimed that the discrepancy in deodorant prices violated the state law regulating unfair merchandising practices. After being dismissed from District Court, she appealed to the 8th Circuit. The court stated gender … Continue reading The Based Circuit
According to a comprehensive study of attorneys in CA and DC, last year 1/4 of female attorneys considered leaving the profession for mental health concerns. They were also found to have double the anxiety of men, and more than half engaged in “risky drinking (14 drinks a week),” while 1/3 engaged in “hazardous drinking (21 … Continue reading Can they hack it?
US district judge Lynn Hughs (SD Texas; also the most reversed judge on the 5th Circuit) stated that federal attorneys were “blue suited thugs” “retarded” while making other “hostile remarks” that alluded to the DOJ being unethical (which it is). Of course, this offended retarded blue suited jack boot thugs, who retaliated by requesting judge … Continue reading A Decent Feddie Judge??!
** language warning for the faint of heart ** Nathanael Saxaon appeared before a Michigan district court (by way of zoom) for a misdemeanor charge (possession of drug paraphernalia). However, he didn’t check his zoom user name before appearing In the chat. Thus Buttfucker3000 appeared in the record, on the record, and is now an … Continue reading A lesson on screen names ?