Category Archives: Judiciary

Barr must go………but ……………

…will GOP members of Congress have brass or character to make it happen?   Today I signed a petition urging my two senators (Rubio the pusilanimous wuss and Scott the Nosferatu) to exercise their Congressional oversight powers to force Barr (he … Continue reading

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Democratic republic vs. autocracy

Governments that use the enormous power of law enforcement to punish their enemies and reward their allies are not constitutional republics; they are autocracies. DOJ Alumni Statement on the Events Surrounding the Sentencing of Roger Stone Feb 16 · 4 … Continue reading

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Holder speaks out on Barr #1

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Perjury trap? BULLSHIT!

Question What kind of person would reach for the card resting on the trigger in the middle of the trap? Answer A cretin. or An iredeemably malignant pathological liar.      The perjury trap is a form of entrapment defense, … Continue reading

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Exemplary!

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Waaaahhhh!

GOP congressman forgets he’s no longer in charge, throws tantrum after getting checked. Friendly reminder: Democrats, led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, run the House. Sadly, GOP congressmen are having a hard time adjusting to this new reality. The latest GOP humiliation … Continue reading

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Have you been served?

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Good Fellow!

The Gang that Couldn’t Be Straight (Don’t Know Whether They Can Shoot Straight)   The Current Don’s Eldest Son Junior acknowledges that he expects to be indicted. Do you think he’s right? If so, indicted for what? (Might be more … Continue reading

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When confidence in the rule of law loses, who wins?

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