The Judiciary and Court Decisions

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Sometimes No Response Is Necessary

I am generally not one to critique established authors like those at the Powerline blog, but a recent post regarding reaction to the verdict in the Zimmerman trial there caught my attention.  It attempted to offer counterpoints to some outrageous comments made by a University of Pennsylvania professor.  Sometimes, the best response is no response … Continue reading

The Case Against Kathleen Kane

Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane recently announced that she would not defend the Commonwealth against a recently filed lawsuit by the ACLU challenging Pennsylvania’s decision to define marriage as between one man and one woman.  Forget the fact that she took the position that it was dangerous for prosecutors to pick and choose which laws … Continue reading

A Thought On The Zimmerman Trial

An interesting read shared by a friend on the Zimmerman trial.

The Trial Of Supreme Court Judge Joan Orie Melvin Should Be Moved

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Judge Joan Orie Melvin has appealed the denial of her request that an out of county judge be appointed to sit on her preliminary hearing relating to the charges being brought against her for use of state employees on her campaign.  The trial judge that denied her request is the same judge, Common … Continue reading

Reviewing the Supreme Court’s Decision on Obama-care: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Regardless of whether one agrees or disagrees with the approach taken by the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act or the Court’s decision on its constitutionality, the decision is undeniably the most signficant one issued by the United States Supreme Court since Roe v. Wade.  The 193 page opinion (including dissents) contained some surprises … Continue reading

Armstrong Walks On The Moon

44th Anniversary of Neil Armstrong's Moon WalkJuly 20th, 2013
Another Occasion On Which America Lead The Way

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