I have been away from blogging for a while. To be honest, I was busy with personal issues, but also hoped that Obama was going to be a one-term president. I guess I was wrong. What has lured me back today is the way... »
Glibbs proves how little the Obama administration understands about business.
Today, Robert “Glibbs” Gibbs showed how little the Obama administrion knows about business and corporations. Glibbs repeatedly said Obama’s reason for not meeting with BP CEO Tony Hayward was that he was merely the CEO, and “anything he does has to be approved by... »
Steny Hoyer (and I am sure others will follow) has claimed that the ‘General Welfare’ allows Congress to force Americans to buy healthcare insurance. He is clearly wrong, as one of my favorite law professors, Professor Shea used to say, Congress cannot legislate for... »
Sotomayor respects precedent, but not new law, like centuries of corporations having legal rights. Nutjob.
Sotomayor respects precedent, but not new law, like centuries of corporations having legal rights. Nutjob. »
The Problem with having Compassion for Terrorists
Scotland, yesterday, released convicted Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali Mohmet al-Megrahi, to die in his native country of Libya. Scottish justice minister, Kenny MacAskill, announced that al-Megrahi was being released as he was is terminally ill with prostate cancer and had three months to live.... »
Inigo Sotomayor: Those words do not mean what you think they mean.
Supreme Court nominee spent most of the morning trying to convince the Senate Judiciary Committee that she harbors no racial or sex-based animosity and that men and women can judge the law equally. This is problematic given the following statement: “Justice O’Connor has often... »
Media Hope-ocrisy: No Personal Attacks! (Except on Ricci and Palin)
Among the many blessings in my life is the fact that I do not have to spend any time at all with the dregs of humanity that call themselves newspaper reporters. This statement takes on more impact, of course, in light of the fact... »
As we approach the 233rd anniversary of the signing of The Declaration of Independence, I thought it would be fun to reread and annotate the historic document with my years of legal, scientific and general life experiences as my guide. I realize that it... »
The Weekend Download is a synopsis of the news you might have missed if you stopped paying attention after Thursday night. Administrations have a way of releasing bad news on Fridays in the hopes you’re not listening. This administration is no different. This weekend,... »
The Weekend Download is a synopsis of the news you might have missed if you stopped paying attention after Thursday night. Administrations have a way of releasing bad news on Fridays in the hopes you’re not listening. This administration is no different. Obama Fires... »