Why You Can’t Get Your Day in Court (it’s a New America)

Summary: America's courts have decayed to a feudal-like system of High, Middle, and Low justice for the rich, middle class, and poor. Federal Judge Jed Radoff discusses this how courts work in this New America. It an example of the Republic's decreasingly ability to serve us. During the next four years the Republican Party will … Continue reading Why You Can’t Get Your Day in Court (it’s a New America)

The Left will rue the day they cheered an activist Court

Summary:  The reactions to the Court's ruling on Obamacare and same sex marriage divide on predictable partisan grounds, as Americans seek what they want. We care little about Constitutional procedure and less about the work of making the machinery work as the Founders intended. It's the thinking typical of political regimes' last days, when belief … Continue reading The Left will rue the day they cheered an activist Court

A Tale of New America: a judge burns the Constitution

Summary: Today we have another Tale of New America, as the government exempts from legal challenge the shadowy neocon group United Against Nuclear Iran. The tale is told here not as information (clickbait), but to spark your anger and action at what's happening to the Republic and what we have become.   {1st of 2 posts … Continue reading A Tale of New America: a judge burns the Constitution

Police grow more powerful; the Republic slides another step into darkness. Can cellphone cameras save us?

Summary: Our system is changing; the Republic is dying. Events in Ferguson illustrate some aspects of this the police's militarization, alienation from the community, and increased use of force. Today we look at the last component of this cycle -- their immunity from consequences. It's not "just happening". Day by day our elites change the … Continue reading Police grow more powerful; the Republic slides another step into darkness. Can cellphone cameras save us?

The last prosecution from the Occupy movement: guilty! Reformers beware – suppression works.

Summary: As the last prosecution concludes from the Occupy Wall Street movement, now we can draw up lessons learned from OWS. Valuable lessons that must be learned to give a reform movement any chance of success. But first we look at the instructive case of Cecily McMillan, newly found guilty of assaulting a police officer … Continue reading The last prosecution from the Occupy movement: guilty! Reformers beware – suppression works.