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The purpose of the Constitution is to limit what the Government can do to the People, not what the People can do to the Government.
You make a conservative mad by telling them a lie.
You make a progressive mad by telling them the truth.
What part of "shall not be infringed" do they not understand?
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Tag Archives: Supreme Court
Watching the circus that was supposed to be a Senate Judiciary Committee evaluation of a Supreme Court candidate, I could not believe what the Democrats had done. The timing of the accusations has all the earmarks of the Democrat’s attempt … Continue reading
Watching the WAH! Party* (formerly the Democratic Party) over the past few weeks has led me to the conclusion that these people are under the delusion that they believe that they should be the only political party in the United … Continue reading
With the death of Justice Scalia, the Supreme Court can potentially become an anti-Constitution entity, throwing the country into a downward spiral. Ben Shapiro had this to say: In the end, Scalia’s death could mark the end of the Constitution … Continue reading
This past week, the Supreme Court handed down two decisions – one of which I predicted in a prior post (although earlier than expected), and the second which should not have been made. The first decision was the legalization of … Continue reading