Procedural Question Being Decided In Supreme Court

What happens when the procedure for federal courts breaks down across the nation? Where each district rules on a single procedure differently? SCOTUS has to decide.   This is the case before the Supreme Court right now. Lee v. United States is a case docketed for oral argument during the October 2016 term of the U.S. Supreme Court. Argument in the case is scheduled for March 28, 2017. The case comes on a writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. The case: A legal, nonresident alien pleaded guilty to a charge on the … Continue reading

The Rise of the Daycare Generation

This is a rather long dissertation, if that’s the right word, but it leads to the crux of the issues being faced by today’s SJW snowflakes and mindless liberals. I listened to it while going about my kitchen business and I urge you to do the same. There’s nothing to look at so just hit play, turn it up, listen and absorb what this man says. He’s not a “genius”, so he claims, but he speaks the truth and nails where society when wrong. He also explains why these kids are so messed-up, (and he’s right, it’s not really their … Continue reading

The Scourge Of America

Introduction: Thirteen months ago there was a news report of fire at a home about 16 miles away from where I live. The fire was intentionally set and the details got worse as the story unfolded. A man and woman in their 60s were at their residence, duct taped and immobilized while two intruders, who were known by the couple, ransacked the place. They stole a flat screen TV and various other items plus some checks. The checks were forged and cashed so it didn’t take police long to arrest the boyfriend of the couple’s daughter. The girl, in her twenties, was named Michelle who … Continue reading