We do not have a representative republic

Cornyn - Idiot and RINO

Case #1: We are ruled by lawyers

Ex-neo-Nazi robber to get ‘gender surgeries’ from U.S. Bureau of Prisons

The Daily Mail (out of the United Kingdom) reports that a robber and ex-neo-Nazi has used lawfare to force the U.S. Prison system to provide “gender affirming surgery.”

The U.S. Bureau of Prisons has fast-tracked ‘gender confirmation surgeries’ for a transgeder ex-neo-Nazi serving life in prison for two violent robberies after (Langan) filed a lawsuit against them for delaying (Langan’s) request. 

Donna Langan, born Peter, 63, was part of the Aryan Republican Army (ARA), a neo-Nazi group, and was convicted in 1997 to life in prison with an additional 35 years for two bank robberies where (Langan) used firearms and explosives, Fox News reported.  

Langan, who identifies as female, spent two decades in a male prison before being transferred to the Carswell Federal Medical Center women’s prison, in Fort Worth, Texas

In September 2021, Langan filed a complaint against the Bureau of Prisons (BOP), claiming (Langan) ‘experiences debilitating anguish as a result of severe and inadequately treated gender dysphoria.’

(Read more at the Daily Mail)

Note the parenthetic use of the felon’s name

Just because someone finds themselves in a delusional state does not require me to participate in the delusion.

Sorry, but I will not call someone with an XY chromosome a woman. That takes an XX chromosome and Langan (pictured at the right) does not have that genetic makeup. Langan might have heels, long hair, and lipstick, but not that.

Case #2: Our rights are being stripped by politicians wanting to meet extremism in the middle

John Cornyn pledges to sell out America on amnesty after caving on gun control

Breitbart lays out the two most recent betrayals by never-conservative John Cornyn and his merry band of back stabbers. (Red text is mine.)

Cornyn - Idiot and RINOSen. John Cornyn (Rino-TX)  pledged on Tuesday to sell out the American people by trying to advance amnesty for illegal aliens after striking a deal on gun control.

After Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (Rino-KY) tapped Cornyn to negotiate a deal on gun control, he now promised to move forward on a deal on amnesty.

“First guns, now it’s immigration,” Cornyn told Sen. Alex Padilla (D-CA).

“That’s right, we’re going to do it,” said Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ). 

Andrew Surabian, a former Donald Trump administration official, said in reaction to Cornyn’s pledge for amesty, “From selling out on gun control to selling out on amnesty in light speed.”

Sens. Thom Tillis (Rino-NC) and Cornyn have continued to push for amnesty with the help of Democrat allies, including Sens. Padilla and Dick Durbin (D-IL), the Senate Democrat whip.

(Read more at Breitbart)

The National Review provides some details of the gun grab

The National Review provided a map of the landmines planted by Cornyn and the others who betrayed us.

Essentially, the bill would require NICS checks performed on purchasers who are under-21 to look for some additional information, including:

  • “criminal history repository or juvenile justice information”
  • “mental health adjudication records”
  • “local law enforcement agency”

That process, Cornyn’s office told me, would be “automated through NICS and done immediately by them.” If the purchaser is 21 or older, NICS would not include those items in its search. It is not currently clear how NICS would interact with all those different systems.

(Read ,more, including a link to the full text of the bill, at the National Review)

A list of those who betrayed our gun rights

Oh, by the way, the full list of those who betrayed the conservative cause are included in the following tweet (of course, adding all Democrats in the Senate to this list):

I only have a few questions for traitorous Cornyn or any of his slap-nut friends

These are the first few questions I would ask of Cornyn on this matter:

  • How are you going to access our medical records from our teenaged years? Are our medical records no longer private?
  • Since I have no criminal record, what sort of an accusation will prevent me from accessing my Second Amendment Rights?
  • Since the accusations result in a hearing where the accused does not get to face his or her accuser, what repercussions are there for people making false accusations?

Additionally, on topics related to this bill only tangentially, I would ask:

  • Since 175 people in Harris County alone over the past two years have been killed by felons released on bond (as opposed to the thirty or so killed by mass murderers state-wide during the same time period), what are you doing to protect from the greater threat?
  • Since you are doing this for political gain, how are you going to be re-elected without support from your home state?

Case #3: We have a Supreme Court that invents rather than interprets the Constitution

Sotomayor rips the more intelligent members of the Supreme Court for dismantling something not written into the Constitution

Far-Left Salon does its best to act like Sonya (Wise Latina) Sotomayor actually has a point when she complains that the Supreme Court has dismantled the “wall of separation between church and state.”

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor on Tuesday warned that the court’s right-wing majority had further eroded the nation’s bedrock laws separating church and government when it ruled that Maine must include religious schools in a state-run tuition program.

“Today, the court leads us to a place where separation of church and state becomes a constitutional violation,” wrote Sotomayor in the minority’s dissent of the 6-3 decision.

Sotomayor was joined by fellow liberal Justices Elena Kagan and Stephen Breyer to oppose the majority opinion in  Carson v. Makin, which centered on two families in Maine who wanted state taxpayers to pay for to send their children to attend private religious schools.

In Maine, where many rural communities do not have public high schools, towns must either contract with nearby public school districts so children can receive education there or pay tuition at a private “nonsectarian school in accordance with the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.”

(Read more slop from the slap-nuts at Salon)

However, what can we expect from the Left when, for almost 50 years, it created a right to abortion from the Fourteenth Amendment?

Considering the whole-cloth tailors and seamstresses that we find on the Supreme Court (who took the word “liberty” from the Fourteenth Amendment and turned it into the abortion of more than 63 million babies), how could we expect less?

Still, I would challenge Justice Sotomayor to find “separation of church and state” in the Constitution.

Additionally, since she is such a fan of the phrase “separation of church and state,” why doesn’t she go back to the letter by Jefferson and read it thoroughly. You see, Jefferson wrote that letter to assure the members of the Danbury (Connecticut) Baptist Association that the government would not encroach on the rights of Christians and that the First Amendment built a “wall of separation between church and state.”

Furthermore, if that is not clear enough, I would invite her to go to the man on the street and find which can be more easily understood:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof

Or whatever portion of this has to do with abortion:

All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.


Seventeen pregnancy help centers and a pro-life legislator get fire bombed

The left in the media and the Biden regime remain silent on this rampant crime

The Daily Mail reports through a 14 June 2022 article how 17 pregnancy centers and a pro-life Republican have been fire bombed by Antifa-affiliated “Jane’s Revenge,” but nothing has come out of the American press or the Biden regime.

REVEALED: 17 anti-abortion centers have been FIREBOMBED since last month’s leaked Supreme Court draft as video shows moment office of pro-life Washington GOP is torched

A pro-life Republican politician had his office firebombed on Monday, the latest in a spate of attacks against pregnancy centers and pro-life officials in the wake of a bombshell leaked Supreme court draft opinion that would overturn Roe v Wade.

Andrew Barkis, a Republican representing the Olympia in the Washington state legislature, had his Olympia office attacked around 4 a.m.

Monday’s attack was the 17th so far on a pregnancy support clinic or an office of a pro-life figure. 

(Read about and see the video of the attack on the Republican’s office, the DHS response, and the distribution of the attacks across the nation at the Daily Mail)

Pro-abortion Jane’s Revenge promises more violence now that “30 days of mercy” have expired

The Post Millennial reports in a 15 June 2022 article on the threats of the Left’s secret fire-bombing group “Jane’s Revenge.”

Pro-abortion militants Jane’s Revenge has declared that their 30 days of patience and mercy have come to an end. “Your thirty days expired yesterday,” they state in an open letter proffered on June 15. “We offered an honourable way out. You could have walked away. Now the leash is off. And we will make it as hard as possible for your campaign of oppression to continue.”

“We have demonstrated in the past month how easy and fun it is to attack. We are versatile, we are mercurial, and we answer to no one but ourselves,” and then they stated their threats.

“We promised to take increasingly drastic measures against oppressive infrastructures. Rest assured that we will, and those measures may not come in the form of something so easily cleaned up as fire and graffiti. Sometimes you will see what we do, and you will know that it is us.

“Sometimes you will think you merely are unlucky, because you cannot see the ways which we interfere in your affairs. But your pointless attempts to control others, and make life more difficult, will not be met passively. Eventually your insurance companies, and your financial backers will realize you are a bad investment.”

The group takes responsibility for recent attacks on pregnancy and pro-life centers in “Madison WI, Ft. Collins CO, Reisertown MA, Olympia WA, Des Moines IA, Lynwood WA, Washington DC, Ashville NCBuffalo NY, Hollywood FL, Vancouver WA, Frederick MA, Denton TX, Gresham OR, Eugene OR, Portland OR.”

“You have seen that we are real, and that we are not merely pushing empty words,” they state, noting that in addition to the visible attacks mentioned, they “work in countless locations invisibly.”

“You know that we are serious.” Much of their graffiti reads “If abortions aren’t safe, neither are you.”

Jane’s Revenge shared their first communique on May 8, stating that they would be planning a “Night of Rage” to meet the Supreme Court’s decision on Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health, a ruling which would spell an end to the precedent of the federal legalization of abortion. A draft decision was leaked in April, and Chief Justice Roberts confirmed its veracity. That draft has sparked protests and activist demonstrations across the country, including in front of the homes of those Supreme Court Justices who signed the majority opinion.

(Read about the additional threats at the Post Millennial)

The Biden Justice Department’s Shameful Pandering to Bomb-Throwing Rioters

The National Review points out how shamefully inadequate the Biden regime has proven itself in providing equal justice under the law. Instead, Biden panders to bomb-throwing rioters (and, of course, their lawyers) and lies to to public as he tries to paint himself as a center-of-the-road Democrat.

The foundational duty of government is to maintain public safety and order, without which neither liberty nor prosperity is possible. The dramatic story of the summer of 2020 was the outbreak of riots and protests following the murder of George Floyd. More than a dozen people were killed and a billion or more dollars in damages were caused, including the destruction of many businesses. This cried out for a vigorous response.

Instead, apparently viewing the cause as a righteous one, Democratic prosecutors at the federal, state, and local levels have been scandalously soft on the many crimes committed in the course of those riots and protests. Large numbers of offenders were let off scot-free by progressive prosecutors; even those whose crimes caused death have been given sentences no longer than ten years. In so doing, the progressive district attorneys and the Justice Department have imperiled public safety in our cities and undermined public confidence in the even-handed administration of law. It is unsurprising that urban crime and violence have spiked in many cities after the law failed to restore order or punish criminality.

The Biden administration has just added to this shameful spectacle by retroactively reducing the plea-bargained sentence in one of the most high-profile of those crimes, in which two white-shoe lawyers in Brooklyn threw a Molotov cocktail into a police car.

Colinford Mattis and Urooj Rahman were well-compensated attorneys in their early thirties when they joined the protesting mob in May 2020. Rahman was caught on tape throwing the firebomb into an unoccupied police car, and Mattis was arrested with more such improvised explosives in his car and was videotaped trying to hand them out to others. These are gravely serious crimes, more so than those committed by all but a tiny handful (at most) of the people charged in connection with January 6. An unapologetic Rahman told reporters later, “The only way they hear us is through violence.”

Mattis and Rahman pleaded guilty last year to one count of possessing and making an explosive device, a charge carrying up to ten years in prison. Both of them will quite properly be disbarred. Federal prosecutors sought to charge them with still more serious offenses for distribution but, in a shocking reversal, have now agreed to recommend a prison sentence of 18 to 24 months for charges carrying a maximum of five years. Even for a Justice Department that has bent over backwards to be lenient towards left-wing protesters while throwing the book at right-wing protesters, a retreat from a previous plea agreement is a dramatic display of favoritism for left-wing political violence.

(Read about the kid glove treatment of fire bombers at the National Review)

Scouring the Internet reveals that Biden has not condemned the attempted assassination of Brett Kavanaugh

We have endured the January 6 Commission hearings being televised. We have heard a number of statements by Dementia Joe where he repeated the any of a number of lies he likes to repeat regarding the riot.

However, like the George Floyd riots of 2018-2020, we have not heard a peep from Dementia Joe regarding the firebombing of pregnancy assistance centers (places poor women go to get free medical care, diapers, daycare, baby formula, and similar help).

Why is Joe standing up for criminals and not for moms and dads?

Although the National Review wants to throw the 6 January “rioters” under the bus, I would like to compare apples to apples

Since we know that two fire bombers got a prison sentence of 18 to 24 months for charges carrying a maximum of five years, let’s look at the 6 January charges and sentences (I have bolded in red the instances where protesting got a harsher punishment than fire bombing):

Name Charges Sentence
Anna Morgan-Lloyd Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation; 120 hours community service
Michael Curzio Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 6 months incarceration
Paul Hodgkins Obstructing an official proceeding 8 months incarceration, 24 months probation, $2000 fine
Karl Dresch Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 6 months incarceration, 24 months probation, $2000 fine
Jessica Bustle Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 months probation, 2 months home confinement, 40 hours community service
Joshua Bustle Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 months probation, 1 month home confinement, 40 hours community service
Valerie Ehrke Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation, 120 hours community service
Derek Jancart Disorderly conduct in a Capitol building or grounds 45 days incarceration
Erik Rau Disorderly conduct in a Capitol building or grounds 45 days incarceration
Andrew Bennett Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 months probation
Danielle Doyle Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 2 months probation, $3000 fine
Matthew Mazzocco Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 45 days incarceration, 60 hours community service
Robert Reeder Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 3 months incarceration
Dona Bissey Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 14 days incarceration, 60 hours community service
Eliel Rosa Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 12 months probation; 100 hours community service
Thomas Gallagher Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 months probation; 60 hours community service
Edward Hemenway Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 45 days incarceration, 60 hours community service
Robert Bauer Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 45 days incarceration, 60 hours community service
Troy Smocks Interstate communication of threats 14 months incarceration, 36 months probation
Lori Vinson Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 60 months probation, $5000 fine, 120 hours community service
Thomas Vinson Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 60 months probation, $5000 fine, 120 hours community service
Jack Griffith Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation
Eric Torrens Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation with 3 months home confinement
Leonard Gruppo Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 months probation with 3 months home confinement and $3000 fine
Jonathan Sanders Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation, 60 hours community service
Jennifer Ryan Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 60 days incarceration and $1000 fine
Brittiany Dillon Disorderly conduct in a Capitol building or grounds 36 months probation with 2 months home confinement
Glenn Croy Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 13 days incarceration, 36 months probation with 3 months home confinement
Cindy Fitchett Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation with 1 month home confinement and 60 hours community service
Douglas Sweet Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation with 1 month home confinement and 60 hours community service
Jordan Stotts Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 probation months with 2 months home confinement and 60 hours community service
Scott Fairlamb Obstructing an official proceeding; Assaulting, resisting or impeding officers 41 months incarceration, 36 months probation, $2,000 fine
Bradley Rukstales Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 30 days incarceration
Boyd Camper Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 60 days incarceration and 60 hours community service
Kevin Cordon Entering a restricted building 12 months probation, $4000 fine, and 100 hours community service
Sean Cordon Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 2 months probation, $4000 fine
John Wilkerson IV Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation, $2500 fine, and 60 hours community service
Jacob Chansley Obstructing an official proceeding 36 months probaion, $2500 fine, and 60 hours community service
David Mish Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 30 days incarceration
John Lolos Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 14 days incarceration
Frank Scavo Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 60 days incarceration and $5000 fine
Rasha Abual-Ragheb Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation with 2 months home confinement and 60 hours community service
Russell Peterson Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 30 days incarceration
Terry Brown Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation with 1 month home confinement and 60 hours community service
Caleb Jones Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 months probation with 2 months home confinement and 100 hours community service
Andrew Wrigley Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 18 months probation, $2000 fine, and 60 hours community service
Jacob Hiles Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 months probation and 60 hours community service
Mark Simon Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 35 days incarceration
Jennifer Parks Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 months probation and 60 hours community service
Abram Markofski Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 months probation, $1000 fine, and 50 hours community service
Brandon Nelson Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 months probation, $2500 fine, and 50 hours community service
Nicholas Reimler Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation and 60 hours community service
Felipe Marquez Disorderly conduct in a restricted building 18 months probation
Andrew Ericson Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 20 days incarceration and 24 months probation
Tam Pham Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 45 days incarceration and $1000 fine
Cleveland Meredith, Jr. Interstate communication of threats 28 months incarceration and 36 months probation
Jeremy Sorvisto Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 30 days incarceration
Brandon Miller Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 20 days incarceration and 60 hours community service
Stephanie Miller Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 14 days incarceration and 60 hours community service
Bruce Harrison Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 months probation and 60 hours community service
Douglas Wangler Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 months probation and 60 hours community service
Andrew Hatley Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation
Gracyn Courtright Entering a restricted building 30 days incarceration, 12 months, and 60 hours community service
Anthony Mariotto Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation, $5000 fine, and 250 hours community service
Robert Palmer Assaulting, resisting or impeding officers with a dangerous weapon 63 months incarceration, 36 months probation, and $2,000 fine
Devlyn Thompson Assaulting, resisting or impeding officers with a dangerous weapon 46 months incarceration, 36 months probation, and $2,000 fine
Dana Winn Entering a restricted building 12 months probation and 100 hours community service
Rachael Pert Entering a restricted building 24 months probation and 100 hours community service
Gary Edwards Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 12 months probation, $2500 fine, and 200 hours community service
Gary Wickersham Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation with 3 months home confinement and $2000 fine
Israel Tutrow Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation with 2 months home confinement
Leonard Ridge IV Entering a restricted building 14 days incarceration with 12 months probation, $1000 fine, and 100 hours community service
Mitchell Vukich Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 30 days incarceration
Nicholas Perretta Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 30 days incarceration
Virginia Spencer Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 90 days incarceration
Esther Schwemmer Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 months probation and 60 hours community service
Jackson Kostolsky Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation with 1 month home confinement
Michael Rusyn Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 months probation with 2 months home confinement and $2000 fine
Kenneth Kelly Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 12 months probation with 1 month home confinement
William Tryon Entering a restricted building 50 days incarceration, 12 months probation, and $1000 fine
Tanner Sells Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 months probation with three months home detention and $1,500 fine
Jacob Wiedrich Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation
Carey Walden Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation with 1 month home confinement and 60 hours community service
Michael Stepakoff Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 12 months probation with 2 months home confinement and $742 fine
Troy Williams Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 15 days incarceration, 36 months probation, and 60 hours community service
Dalton Crase Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 15 days incarceration, 36 months probation, and 60 hours community service
Anthony Scirica Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 15 days incarceration and $500 fine
Brandon Straka Disorderly conduct in a restricted building 36 months probation with 3 months home confinement, $5000 fine, and 60 hours community service
Nicholas Languerand Assaulting officers with a dangerous weapon 44 months incarceration, 24 months probation, $2000 fine, and 60 hours community service
Kelsey Wilson Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 months probation with 1 month home confinement
Zachary Wilson Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 24 months probation with 45 days home confinement and 60 hours community service
Justin McAuliffe Parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building 36 months probation with 2 months home confinement and 60 hours community service

In reviewing these charges and sentences, I don’t see attempted murder or arson

In Houston, a 5-time-released-by-Democrat-judges-on-bond felon executed a 9-year-old girl and attempted to kill her mother. Of course, that made the girl the 175th victim of the Democrat felony bond reform.

Over a year ago, I remember blogging on how leftist activist Holly Zoller transported Antifa weapons across state lines. Nothing significant has happened to her.

The “open letter” (noted in the article above) by Jane’s Revenge will probably be just as ignored as the assassination attempt on Kavanaugh.

So, if Democrats can be so lenient with murderous felons, why can’t Biden or any Democrat below him be forgiving of Republican protesters who hurt nobody, killed nobody, burnt no buildings, and flattened no property?


A litney of liberal lies exposed

Part 1: the lie of principled liberals – Liberals who would prioritize their pleasure over people

Bill Maher blasts pro-choice protesters who targeted SCOTUS homes

The Daily Mail points out how protesters have targeted the Supreme Court and the White House has not condemned those protests.

Bill Maher has blasted Jen Psaki for refusing to condemn pro-choice protesters who gathered outside the homes of conservative Supreme Court justices.  

During his Friday night chat show, the HBO host blasted the recently-departed former White House Press Secretary by playing a clip of her mealy-mouthed response to a question about the recent protests.

‘I don’t have an official U.S. Government position on where people protest,’ Psaki said to reporters, much to Maher’s irritation.

‘But we do!’ Maher retorted. ‘It’s wrong! It’s intimidation! It’s against the law!’ 

Although he noted how the protesters were not ‘terribly violent’, the anti-woke liberal host posed the question: ‘Would you want this outside your house?’

The largely peaceful protests have drawn Republican criticism over privacy rights of court members, but activists have responded by pointing to years of often violent protests outside abortion clinics and at the homes of doctors providing the medical procedure.

And many have cited the pending Supreme Court decision as a far greater invasion of privacy.

One of Maher’s guests, Rep. Jane Harman, D-California, pointed out a law established in 1950 that forbids protesting outside the home of a judge in order to influence their decision.

Harman suggested ‘it would be much better’ to rally in Washington D.C. instead. 

Maher noted how the issue of abortion could spark ‘civil war’ division where ‘we gonna be two countries, one where you’re a free woman and one where it’s a Dred Scott situation.’

‘Look at some of the things that are being proposed in some of these states,’ Maher began. ‘I mean, Louisiana says flat-out it’s a homicide. So when you drive from LA to Nevada, on one side of the border, you’re just a free person. The other side, you’re a criminal. You can fly across the country and gain and lose your reproductive rights 20 times. How can America sustain that?’

‘It can’t. And it’s wrong,’ Harman responded. ‘And what’s wrong with this is that we’ll get worse unless the Supreme Court- let’s pray, let’s pray- comes out with a different decision from the draft opinion.’

(Read more at the Daily Mail)

There is the lawless element within the liberal movement. Then again, there is the possibility of Biden rubbing off on liberals.

How is it that such a number of Americans cannot read or understand one law passed in 1950 concerning the intimidation of judges, juries, and other parts of the judicial system. To whit:

Whoever, with the intent of interfering with, obstructing, or impeding the administration of justice, or with the intent of influencing any judge, juror, witness, or court officer, in the discharge of his duty, pickets or parades in or near a building housing a court of the United States, or in or near a building or residence occupied or used by such judge, juror, witness, or court officer, or with such intent uses any sound-truck or similar device or resorts to any other demonstration in or near any such building or residence, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.

Who cares if the protests were “mostly peaceful?” They are illegal. That should have been massive arrests and incarcerations (but has not been, as with any pro-Democrat demonstration).

However, considering that these are people that would prioritize their sexual pleasure over the life of a baby (and that is what the abortion debate boils down to), would you expect them to submit to law? They don’t obviously submit to the sensibility of trying to protect the young. Why would they submit to the rule of law?

Still, maybe we should consider another angle. There may be the possibility that Biden has rubbed off on the rest of liberals, just as Joe has seemed to have affected Kamala.

Part 2: the lie of compassionate liberals: Liberals who would launder money rather than help people

Adam Laxalt: “Shocking abhorrent proposal” to send $44B to Ukraine as Americans suffer

Breitbart reports on the words of former Nevada Attorney General and Republican U.S. Senate candidate Adam Laxalt as he calls out the immoral acts of the current herd of Democrats.

This week, 194 House Republicans voted with House Democrats to send $44 billion in American taxpayer money to Ukraine. Those Republicans include House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), House Republican Conference Chair Elise Stefanik (R-NY), and House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA).

Cortez Masto has yet to comment on the proposal but she previously voted months ago to approve $13 billion in taxpayer money for Ukraine. On Saturday, Laxalt called on Cortez Masto to oppose the foreign aid boondoggle.

“Nevadans didn’t send Senator Catherine Cortez Masto to Washington to ship $40 billion of our tax dollars into a war zone in Ukraine, while at the same time our families here at home are facing record gas prices, crippling inflation, the nation’s third-highest unemployment rate, and an open border that continues fueling alarming spikes in drug deaths and sex trafficking,” Laxalt said in a statement.

“I call on our Senator Masto to stand with struggling Nevada families and immediately announce that she will reject this shocking abhorrent proposal,” he continued. “For once, Senator Masto should break from failed Washington policies and actually focus on the problems here at home.”

In a Twitter post, Laxalt detailed why he opposes the Ukraine funding:

(Read of the object of the $40B in funding at Breitbart)

The domestic problems will not receive funding for one reason: they have an origin with Biden

Record high gas prices: Biden and his green-new-deal friends. Inflation: Bidenflation grown from the green-new-deal friends. Unemployment: Biden. Open borders: Gracias, Biden. Record crime: Biden and the Soros district attorneys. Record drug overdoses: Biden.

Part 3: the lie of non-dictatorial liberals: Liberals who would bail out a dictator rather than help people

Democrats pressure Biden to give the murderous Venezuelan regime a break

Breitbart tells us of the lifeline thrown by 18 Democrats to the murderous Venezuelan regime.

A group of 18 “Progressive” Democrat members of Congress sent a letter to President Joe Biden this week urging him to drop sanctions against the authoritarian socialist regime of Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela.

The letterspearheaded by Raúl M. Grijalva (D-AZ) and Jesús “Chuy” García (D-IL), is co-signed by Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Ilhan Oman (D-MN), Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), Ayanna Pressley (D-MA), and Pramilia Jayapal (D-WA), among others. The letter urges the Biden administration to continue pursuing dialogue with the Maduro regime and to end the sanctions imposed upon it.

The sanctions the Trump administration placed on the Maduro regime came long after the inevitable socialist-driven collapse of the country. They did not precede Venezuela’s ongoing economic and political crisis and cannot retroactively be the cause of the suffering of the Venezuelan people, especially during 2014-2018, when the food shortages and rationing were so intense that ID-based locks and fingerprint scanners were put in place to ration food.

Venezuela’s ongoing severe health crisis has left citizens without access to proper healthcare, be it public or private.

The Democrats’ letter bases its reasoning on quotes offered by the widely reviled, failed perennial presidential candidate and “opposition” leader Henrique Capriles Radonski in a radio interview in March. Capriles, who the Maduro regime banned from running for any office for 15 years in 2017, is one of the more prominent “opposition” figureheads that have called for the end of sanctions against Maduro.

(Read at Breitbart about similar appeals from Venezuelan officials)

Like the border, this needs to be closed

Take care of Americans before you take care of fat dictators who rule in starving, communist lands.

Part 4: the lie of patriotic liberals: Liberals who would kill the institution of the Supreme Court rather over the abortion issue

Clarence Thomas on Supreme Court leak: “I wonder how long we’re going to have these institutions”

Breitbart quotes Justice Thomas as he wonders how much more pressure the system can take before it implodes.

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas spoke out about the leaked draft opinion on abortion Friday, saying such a breach brings into question how long our country’s institutions will last “at the rate we’re undermining them.”

Thomas, the longest-serving justice on the nation’s high court, was speaking at a conference for black conservatives in Dallas when he addressed the issue of the leak, saying “I do think that what happened at the court is tremendously bad.”

“I wonder how long we’re going to have these institutions at the rate we’re undermining them, and then I wonder when they’re gone or destabilized what we will have as a country. And I don’t think the prospects are good if we continue to lose them,” he continued.

The draft opinion, the authenticity of which was confirmed by Chief Justice John Roberts, was written by fellow Justice Samuel Alito. It was an explicit overturning of the infamous pro-abortion case Roe v. Wade as well as Planned Parenthood v. Casey — sending the issue of abortion back to state legislatures.

In confirming its authenticity, Roberts said that it was not necessarily the ruling that the Court will come down with, while at the same time directing the Marshal of the Court to open an investigation into the origin of the leak.

While many on the left lauded the leak as “brave,” those more concerned about the longevity of American institutions took a different view.

“When you lose that trust, especially in the institution that I’m in, it changes the institution fundamentally. You begin to look over your shoulder,” Thomas said. “It’s kind of like infidelity in that you can explain it, but you can’t undo it.”

(Read more at Breitbart)

Because Biden has not denounced the leak or (in large part) the violence from the leftists toward Crisis Pregnancy Centers, we cannot trust Biden to represent us

The “great uniter” needs to come out in opposition to everything that would destroy civility. However, just as he never said a peep against the George Floyd protests of 2020, he will not say anything now.

He does not represent anything but the Far Left.


The Left keeps digging to new lows

On Mothers’ Day, painting slogans on buildings housing women in crisis: is that pro-abortion or anti-life?

Protestia lays out the actions of the liberals as they revolt against the leaked Supreme Court opinion.

In light of the Supreme Court looking to abolish Roe v. Wade, pro-abortion fascists have taken to vandalizing churches and crisis pregnancy centers, tearing down any symbol that stands up for the life of the unborn.

One incident occurred in Boulder, Colorado, where vandals smashed windows and spray painted the Sacred Heart of Mary Church, writing: ‘My body, my choice,’ and ‘F*** the church,’ and “keep your religion off our bodies’ on the walls, along with the Antifa symbol.

Another victim of the attacks was the Pregnancy Center of Portland, with vandals smashing windows and writing ‘F*** CPCS (Crisis Pregnancy Centers) . Some of the services this particular one offered include:

  • Pregnancy Confirmation 
  • Pre-Abortion Consult
  • Clinical Pregnancy Testing and Confirmation
  • Ultrasound Exam
  • Gestational Age Determination
  • Complete Pregnancy and Abortion Options Consultation
  • Medical, Insurance, and Community Support Referrals

There have been nearly non-stop protests in the street against the supreme court and for pro-abortion, even though their state, being as liberal as it is, would have baby murder continue unabated. Yet Antifa accounts have been tweeting out addresses and leaving the bad part unsaid, likely resulting in this building being targeted.

(Read of their call to action at Protestia)

Where are the liberals who called out for tolerance?

Where are the tolerant people on the left that wanted all sides to be heard?

Possessed activists still mob Justices at their homes

The New York Post reports on how the Left under Biden keeps digging every time a report comes out on their having reached a new low (since the Left keeps sending protesters to the homes of Supreme Court Justices and Biden will not condemn it).

While militant pro-choice activists doxxed the six Supreme Court justices that are expected to dismiss Roe v. Wade — publishing their partial addresses online — the protests they are planning outside their homes next week might not protected under the First Amendment and could be illegal. 

According to 18 U.S.C. 1507 – which relates to Obstruction of Justice – anyone who has the intent of “interfering with, obstructing, or impeding the administration of justice, or with the tent of influencing any judge, juror, witness, or court officer” and pickets or parades in or near a court building or residents “occupied or used by such judge, juror, witness or court officer” will face a fine or imprisonment of one year. 

The law also applies to people with such intent using sound trucks or similar devices “or resorts to any other demonstration in or near such building or residence.” 

Earlier this week, the pro-abortion organziation “Ruth Sent Us” announced it would be hosting a “walk-by” on May 11, outside the Virginia and Maryland homes of conservative Justices Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, John Roberts and Neil Gorsuch. 

It is unclear if the demonstration will include “picketing” or “sound-trucks.” The protests are set to take place just over one week after the draft opinion was leaked – sparking mass concern among Democrats and abortion activists.

“Ruth Sent US” did not respond to requests from The Post on additional details regarding the demonstrations. 

On Friday, White House press secretary Jen Psaki was pressed on whether the president wants the protestors to influence the justices to uphold Roe v. Wade, as he pushes for Congress to codify the ruling into law. 

“The President believes in peaceful protest.  He believes that’s part of our democracy and part of the history of the United States and this country,” Psaki told reporters aboard Air Force One. 

“But he also respects and understands the independence of the third branch of government, and — I mean, obviously, the Justice Department — but also the role of the Supreme Court and what they play,” she continued. “So I wouldn’t say he has a view on that.  He believes in peaceful protests, but they’re going to make decisions they make, and we’re not going to prejudge a final opinion.”

(Read more at the New York Post on how Psaki had skipped condemning the Left)

Where are all of these peoples who are missing in action?

Where is:

  • The moderate Joe Biden that ran for president from his basement in 2020? All I have seen from Day One of his regime has been unabashed liberalism-bordering-on-Marxist dictatorship.
  • The “Great Uniter” who said he would bring us all together? If he is going to claim the role, he might want to put some shoe leather to that stance.
  • The freedom-loving Americans who want their laws created by elected officials accountable to them — not black-robed Justices appointed for life whose stated job only encompasses ensuring adherence to the Constitution?
  • The respect for our judicial system? If this is the newly accepted rules of engagement, should we assemble with torches outside Justice Roberts’ home until Obergefell falls?
  • Catholic Joe who says he cares so much about his faith?
  • The objective press (who cannot be found in the following article from a local Michigan tv outlet)?

Please call 1-555-The-Lost if you have seen any one of these.

Wisconsin Crisis Pregnancy Center fire bombed, but the press puts a pro-abortion spin on the story

Reuters took the fire-bombing of a Wisconsin Crisis Pregnancy Center and put an anti-abortion spin on the story. Odd how the objective press has completely disappeared.

The office of a conservative Wisconsin anti-abortion group was set on fire on Sunday, police said, days after it emerged that the Supreme Court is poised to reverse a landmark decision ensuring abortion rights nationwide.

A graffiti saying “if abortions aren’t safe, then you aren’t either” was also left behind, the Wisconsin Family Action’s office said in a statement, blaming a “leftist anarchist group” for the attack.

The Madison Police Department said it was investigating the Sunday morning fire as arson, adding that the fire was quickly put out by the local fire department. The department did not identify any suspects and said no injuries were reported.

The police said a molotov cocktail was thrown inside the building but that it had not ignited. “It appears a separate fire was started in response,” the police said.

Wisconsin Family Action says on its website it seeks to advance “Judeo-Christian principles.” It supports marriage as being “between one man and one woman” and the promotion of abstinence in the secondary school system. The group says it also opposes laws that support abortion.

The draft opinion, authored by conservative Justice Samuel Alito and published on May 2 by the Politico news outlet, would uphold a Mississippi law banning abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy and overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide.

(Read more at Reuters on how this comes months before an election)

One would think that the nuns, priests, and volunteers at the Crisis Pregnancy Center were to blame

From the reading of the Reuters article, one might start to blame the victims.

Might that be the intent?


Democrats don’t care

Democrats don’t care about civility or our courts

Possessed activists try to ambush Supreme Court justices at churches and the Supreme Court justices’ homes

The Washington Times reports on the new low that the Left under Biden has reached.

Pro-choice activists are planning protests in churches on Mother’s Day and are preparing visits to Supreme Court justices’ homes next week to express anger over an anticipated ruling overturning legalized abortion. 

The activist group “Ruth Sent Us,” named for the late liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, is challenging people to protest inside a Catholic Church on Sunday and it published a map purporting to show Republican-appointed justices’ homes for a “Walk-by Wednesday” demonstration. 

“Whether you’re a  ‘Catholic for Choice,’ ex-Catholic, of other or no faith, recognize that six extremist Catholics set out to overturn Roe,” the group said on Twitter. “Stand at or in a local Catholic Church on Sun May 8. #WarOnWomen #MothersDayStrike.”

The group published locations for three of the justices in Virginia and three of the justices in Maryland in a map embedded on its website. The “extremist justices” targeted by the activists include Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Samuel Alito, Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch and Clarence Thomas. 

Not all of the targeted justices are Catholic and at least one of them may not be on board with the leaked draft opinion overturning legalized abortion. 

(Read about the leftist tactics exposed at the Washington Times)

As of the morning of 6 May 2022, the site is still up

If this had been a conservative site organizing a peaceful march for Trump, would this have been shut down already? Would you be able to go to https://www.ruthsent.us/ and see how they target conservative members of our courts if this were anything but a group of Biden-loving liberals?

If any of these had shown up to an anti-vaccine rally with “My Body, My Choice” signs — would they be in jail now?

Therefore (in case you have forgotten about the murders and burnings of the 2020 “Summer of Love”), this is all the proof you need that liberals do not care about civility or the law.

Democrat bureaucrats don’t care the terms set for their bail

Indicted Hidalgo chief allegedly can’t wait full day before breaking bail rules

The Houston ABC affiliate KTRK informs us of the care-free attitude of the Lina Hidalgo chief of staff (Alex Triantaphyllis) took about following the terms of his bail.

Prosecutors allege Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo’s chief of staff violated bond conditions when he voted to approve the scope of work for a $48 million childcare-related project.

Alex Triantaphyllis is one of the three Harris County staffers accused of steering a multi-million dollar contract to a small, Houston-based firm.

In a court document filed on May 4, prosecutors say a judge ordered four bond conditions for Triantaphyllis, chief of staff for Judge Hidalgo.

One of those conditions set at a hearing on April 12, included that he “not serve on any procurement or contract evaluation committees or in any similar role during the pendency of this case,” according to the May 4 filing, which was made public on Wednesday.

The next day, he “represented the Office of Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo on the American Rescue Plan Act Steering Committee Teams meeting, and voted to approve the procurement guidelines and scope of work for the Child Care Capacity: Contracted Slots RFP.”

A source familiar with the meeting told 13 Investigates, that during the one-hour meeting, a five-person committee discussed an approximately $48 million program aimed at expanding free childcare for Harris County residents by renting out space in existing childcare facilities.< /p>

Triantaphyllis was among the five committee members who voted on April 13 to approve the scope of work for the project and the methods by which it would be scored, which uses COVID-19 recovery funds.

In its motion to report bail condition violations to the court, prosecutors are urging the judge “to determine whether the current bond conditions are sufficient.”

Triantaphyllis’ attorney Marla Poirot told 13 Investigates that as chief of staff for the judge’s office, Triantaphyllis’ job involves serving on committees like the one he went to on April 13. She said it is not a conflict for him to be involved in past or potential work discussions.

(Read about at KTRK how Democrat lawyers think Democrat bureaucrats are persecuted for breaking the law)

The question is this: Do you care enough to vote the bosses of these bureaucrats out?

If you vote Lina Hidalgo out, then the staff under her also gets the boot. If you don’t want government that employs likely felons, then vote them out.

Democrats don’t care that they got caught. They keep paying their friends

Harris County paid vendor $1.4M after controversial COVID contract canceled

Houston Fox affiliate KRIV reports how Lina Hidalgo directed $1.4 million to her Democrat buddy even after the $11 million questionable project came under scrutiny.

More disturbing questions have emerged surrounding the controversial $11 million COVID-19 communication contract, which has already triggered the criminal indictment of Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo’s chief of staff and two members of her inner circle for an alleged “bid-rigging” scheme.

The latest concern involves the $1.4 million paid to Elevate Strategies owner Felicity Pereyra immediately after the contract’s cancellation last September.

“It was clear they couldn’t have provided $1.4 million in services over the course of a few weeks,” said longtime, Houston columnist and FOX 26 contributor Bill King.

King calculates Elevate Strategies billed Harris County an average of $41,000 a day before the deal was abandoned and taxpayers have little, if anything, to show for it.

King says the sheer speed with which Pereyra was ultimately paid is reason for serious question and potentially investigation.

“There are just red flags, just a mountain full of them, on top of this deal, waving in the wind. This is just not the way the county does business,” said King.

And while Harris County gives vendors a full month to submit invoices for work completed prior to a contract’s cancelation, King’s concerns have drawn the rapt attention of Precinct 3 Commissioner Tom Ramsey, who says the taxpayers deserve better accountability.

“I will be bringing this up in the next court in terms of public transparency. Because we have a real transparency problem in terms of communicating why we did what we did, and particularly after the fact,” said Ramsey.

(For once, read of Lina’s non-response at KRIV)

This underscores the point: Do you care enough to vote Lina Hidalgo out of office

The only way the article above matters is if you get off your duff and vote Lina Hidalgo out of office.

Democrats don’t care about the felons they release to murder new victims

The 172nd victim in Harris County who was killed by a criminal out on bond over the past two years dies

CrimeStoppers, Houston Victim’s Advocate Andy Kahan posted to Facebook the following summary of the murder committed by a felon out on bail:

Discretionary Felony Bond Reform Alert:

  • The suspect charged for the murder of Nicholas Alfred was out on multiple felony bonds
  • Kelly was released on Felony Bond 9/30/21 on the charge of Assault with Intent to Impede Breathing (trying to strangle someone to death)
  • He got out on a $10,000 Bond
  • On 11/20/21 he was charged with Felon in Possession of a Weapon
  • Despite already being out on Felony Bond he was once again allowed to bond out
  • On 12/0//21 he was released on a $10,000 bond
  • Nicholas Alfred became the 172nd victim of the Harris County Bond Pandemic
  • Crime Stoppers will continue to track defendants charged with murder after being released on multiple felony bonds despite the best efforts of certain entities

If you care, vote the Democrat judges out of office

If you vote out the Democrat judges who release these felons, then we will not have this problem.


Clarence Thomas and the Declaration of Independence

Clarence Thomas and the Declaration of Independence

West News Magazine and Star Parker share the judicial wisdom of Clarence Thomas in his reflections on the Declaration of Independence and this nation (emphasis is mine).

On Sept. 16, Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas arrived at the University of Notre Dame to speak about the Declaration of Independence.

Speaking invitations like this that Thomas accepts are few and far between.

Anyone who cares about our country and listens to this address will wish that he would agree to speak more. His presentation was a brilliant and profound articulation of what America is about at its core.

It is what every American needs to hear in these troublesome and divisive times.

Thomas tells his own story and how his life’s journey led him to understand what America is about.

He grew up poor near Savannah, Georgia, raised by his grandparents, under the tutelage of his grandfather, a devout Catholic and American patriot.

Thomas’ grandfather understood that the injustices of the country were not about flaws in the country but about flaws in human beings in living up to ideals handed down to them. What needed to be fixed were the people – not the nation.

This insight strikes at the heart of the divisions going on today that are so bitterly dividing us.

But Thomas left his grandfather’s house and went to college in the midst of the civil rights movement. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, and Thomas became filled with bitterness and the sense that America is an irredeemably flawed, racist nation, which is so much in the spirit of the times today.

In his own words, “What had given my life meaning and sense of belonging, that this country was my home, was jettisoned as old-fashioned and antiquated. … It was easy and convenient to fill that void with victimhood. … So much of my time focused intently on our racial differences and grievances, much like today.”

“As I matured,” Thomas continued, “I began to see that the theories of my young adulthood were destructive and self-defeating …. I had rejected my country, my birthright as a citizen, and I had nothing to show for it.”

“The wholesomeness of my childhood had been replaced with an emptiness, cynicism, and despair. I was faced with the simple fact that there was no greater truth than what my Nuns and grandparents had taught me. We are all children of God and rightful heirs to our nation’s legacy of equality. We had to live up to the obligations of the equal citizenship to which we were entitled by birth.”

As he continued work in the federal government, Thomas became “deeply interested in the Declaration of Independence.”

“The Declaration captured what I had been taught to venerate as a child but had cynically rejected as a young man. All men are created equal, endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights.”

As I had rediscovered the God-given principles of the Declaration and our founding, I eventually returned to the church, which had been teaching the same truths for millennia.”

Despite the strident voices dividing us today, Thomas observes “there are many more of us, I think, who feel America is not so broken, as it is adrift at sea.”

For whatever it is worth, the Declaration of Independence has weathered every storm for 245 years. It birthed a great nation. It abolished the sin of slavery. … While we have failed the ideals of the Declaration time and again, I know of no time when the ideals have failed us.”

The Declaration of Independence “establishes a moral ideal that we as citizens are duty-bound to uphold and sustain. We may fall short, but our imperfection does not relieve us of our obligation.”

(Read at West News Magazine to find Ms. Parker’s summation of the message of Clarence Thomas)

Earlier, Justice Thomas had commented on the ideals of the Declaration

As recorded at Angelus, Justice Clarence Thomas shared his thoughts on the wisdom of the Declaration (again, emphasis is mine)..

We have failed the Declaration of Independence, but it has not failed us. It endures because it articulates truth,” he told a crowd of about 800 people attending the 2021 Tocqueville Lecture for Notre Dame’s new Center for Citizenship and Constitutional Government.

Thomas, who was nominated to the Supreme Court in 1991 by President George H.W. Bush, stressed this document — signed by the Founding Fathers with its emphasis that all are created equally — has “weathered every storm” and still has something to say today.

He also said he has seen signs the values inspired in this text still hold true, something he observed firsthand this summer when he and his wife, Ginni, spent three weeks traveling across the country in their RV.

“There is something true, something transcendent, something solid, something that pulls us together rather than divides us,” Thomas said, referring to campground conversations he had with people, before they recognized him, and the proud America flag displays he and his wife noticed.

(Read more at Angelus)

There are reasons that the Left wants to impeach Thomas. These reasons are based in his respect for people, his theory of equality before the law, his love of God, and his desire to maintain a system of governance established through much prayer and deliberation.


A comparison of reactions to illness announcements on Twitter

Hillary Clinton announced that she caught COVID

From my count of the below tweets, there are:

  • Two well-wishes to the Clintons that mention activities they can do while recovering
  • Sixteen well-wishes in words
  • Three prayer or heart emoji tweets
  • No tweets including mocking or hateful comments




Justice Clarence Thomas announced that he had flu-like symptoms

From my count of the below tweets, there are:

  • One tweet of that conveyed well wishes in words to Justice Thomas
  • Two tweets with prayer emojis
  • One tweet with a mocking (violin) emoji
  • Twelve tweets with mocking statements
  • Two picture tweets indicating amusement at the Thomas illness





To those who call themselves Christian while identifying with the world

“God knows” how Ketanji Brown Jackson’s faith shares spotlight at the confirmation hearings, but does not get real investigation

ABC News provides cover for the liberal judge currently under scrutiny.

On her 18th birthday, just days into her freshman year at Harvard in 1988, Ketanji Brown Jackson says she broke down in tears on the university library steps, overcome by homesickness and seeking solace in faith.

“Even in my loneliness, I thanked God for the opportunity he’d given me, for the firm foundation he had provided, and also for how far I had come,” Jackson recounted years later in an address to graduates of Montrose Christian School, a private Baptist-affiliated high school in Rockville, Maryland, where she served on the advisory board.

“The Bible is filled with people who, through faith, were able to see beyond the present, to a world of hope and glory,” she said, according to a copy of the 2011 speech reviewed by ABC News. “God knows what lies ahead of each of us. The best that you can do, as you look forward, is to take the long view.”

Just over a decade later, Jackson addressed the nation from the White House as the first Black woman ever nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court. Putting her faith into public view, she opened her remarks by “thanking God for delivering me to this point.”

“I do know that one can only come this far by faith,” Jackson said during the nationally televised nomination ceremony last month.

(Read more at ABC News)

Problem is, not everyone who thinks themselves to be a Christian is a Christian

Taking the words of Christ, we know that even some who perform great acts like preaching, casting out demons, and performing miracles will arrive to Judgement Day and find themselves outside of heaven.

Many will say to Me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in Your name, and in Your name cast out demons, and in Your name perform many miracles?’ And then I will declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from Me, you who practice lawlessness.’ (Matthew 7:22‭-‬23 NASB)

Why? Because heaven depends on a relationship with Christ gained through faith

To go into the one place completely dominated by the presence of God, you have to be in a relationship with Him (as reflected by the “I never knew you” statement in Matthew 7:23). However, since we all miss the mark (through intentional and unintentional breaking of His law), we need a way to get into that relationship. God gives us that through a faith in Him.

For by grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; not as a result of works, so that no one may boast. (Ephesians 2:8‭-‬9 NASB)

Do I mention this to judge Brown Jackson? No. Still, we must use judgement concerning our leaders

When it comes to both our church leaders and the leaders we have a hand in choosing that will affect our ability to practice our faith, we have to be aware that some may present themselves as Christian (but be far from it).

Beware of the false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits. Grapes are not gathered from thorn bushes nor figs from thistles, are they? So every good tree bears good fruit, but the bad tree bears bad fruit. A good tree cannot produce bad fruit, nor can a bad tree produce good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. So then, you will know them by their fruits. (Matthew 7:15‭-‬20 NASB)

Likewise, even for us, there are empty deceptions, traditions of men, and principles of the world that counter the Word of God

There are concepts in popular culture that run antithetically to the Bible. However, because a number of “Christians” (and they may be real Christians or they may not) have decided to make these topics a central point of their gatherings. We must guard against this.

One point of contention is the idea that a man can become a woman by wishing it so. This denies the true science of XX and XY chromosomes. This denies the equal rights of women to compete athletically (at least in the NCAA swimming championships and Olympics).

See to it that no one takes you captive through philosophy and empty deception, according to the tradition of men, according to the elementary principles of the world, rather than according to Christ. (Colossians 2:8 NASB)

From Senator Marsha Blackburn to Ketanji Brown Jackson: “Can you define the word ‘woman’?”

Politico works out the liberal side of the conversation between Senator Blackburn and Judge Brown Jackson.

As the confirmation hearing for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson went into hour 13, Sen. Marsha Blackburn asked the Supreme Court nominee on Tuesday to define the word “woman.”

“I can’t — ” Jackson replied.

(Read more at Politico)

There was a reason that Brown Jackson could not define “woman” and it had nothing to do with her lack of credentials as a Biologist

The reason Brown Jackson did not give the obvious answer to this question may rest in this: if she had, she would have offended the transsexual community. At the same time, she thinks that, by remaining silent on something as central to women’s rights as the definition of “woman,” she can keep the liberal feminist faction of the Democrats in their blissful state of ignorance.

Since the press has not pressed her on the conflict between women’s rights and transsexualism, maybe her gamble is paying off. However, in the long run, she will likely find out differently.

No one can serve two masters

When Christ said, “No one can serve two masters,” He was talking about our inability to focus on (and serve) spiritual things and worldly things. However, the same is true here. Jackson Brown cannot serve both feminism and transsexuality. One will go to the trash bin.

No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and wealth. (Matthew 6:24 NASB)

Therefore, don’t take it on her word that she is Christian or feminist. Look at her history.

Look at the case history of Brown Jackson and how she has released sexual predators and child sexual predators. If you think that this supports feminism, then there are some bridges that you could be sold.

You believe that God is one. You do well; the demons also believe, and shudder. But are you willing to recognize, you foolish fellow, that faith without works is useless? (James 2:19‭-‬20 NASB)


Concepts to consider as the omicron seems to die out

Conservatives hit Kavanaugh for siding with liberals on health care vax mandate

DeSantis and fellow Conservatives hit Kavanaugh for siding with liberals on health care vax mandate

The Daily Wire lays out the complaints of Governor DeSantis and other conservatives against Justice Kavanaugh for joining with the liberals against health care workers who don’t want the jab.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) knocked Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and John Roberts for siding with the liberal justices to allow a vaccine mandate for medical facilities that take Medicare or Medicaid payments.

“On the nurse mandate and the doctor mandate, Roberts and Kavanaugh joined with the liberals to allow the nurse mandate,” DeSantis said on the “Ruthless” podcast, The Daily Wire reported.

“So here’s what’s going on, think about how insane this is,” he continued. “Now, in Florida, we protected the nurses, so we have people that are working. But in other states, they fired nurses who were not vaccinated.”

The governor continued, noting that some liberal states could have COVID-positive employees working in hospitals who are vaccinated, “meanwhile the unvaccinated, likely immune through prior infection, healthy nurses are on the sidelines fired. How insane are these policies?”

“But honestly, Roberts and Kavanaugh did not have a backbone on that decision,” DeSantis emphasized. “That’s just the bottom line.”

Though Kavanaugh sided with the liberals on the health care mandate, he joined the conservatives to successfully block a Biden administration mandate that would have forced private businesses with at least 100 employees to require workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or submit to regular testing.

“OSHA’s COVID–19 Vaccination and Testing; Emergency Temporary Standard, 86 Fed. Reg. 61402, is stayed pending disposition of the applicants’ petitions for review in the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and disposition of the applicants’ petitions for writs of certiorari, if such writs are timely sought,” the court decided. “Should the petitions for writs of certiorari be denied, this order shall terminate automatically. In the event the petitions for writs of certiorari are granted, the order shall terminate upon the sending down of the judgment of this Court.”

(Read more at the Daily Wire)

Why Roberts, Kavanaugh, and other purportedly conservative jurists go liberal is beyond me

Why not just uphold the Constitution? Why not just work for individual liberty?

What would be advanced by blocking the rights of doctors and nurses? California hospitals have already started forcing COVID-positive doctors and nurses to work. By many estimations, the omicron variant (possibly the last variant) has played out.

Biden and Trudeau tried to mandate all truckers passing into Canada get the jab

Canadian truckers protested and blocked that move

Reuters reported in a 13 January 2022 article how Canadian truckers blocked the US/Canada border in support of Canadian truckers not having to get the jab.

Canada will allow unvaccinated Canadian truckers to cross in from the United States, reversing a decision requiring all truckers to be inoculated against the coronavirus, Canada’s border agency said on Wednesday.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had faced pressure from the main opposition party and trucking lobby to drop the vaccine mandate for truckers, due to come into force on Saturday, saying it could result in driver shortages, disrupt trade and drive up inflation.

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) said that unvaccinated, or partially vaccinated Canadian truck drivers arriving at the U.S.-Canada border will remain exempt from pre-arrival, arrival and post-arrival testing and quarantine requirements.

However, truckers from the United States will still need to be vaccinated or they will be turned back at the border from Jan. 15, a CBSA spokesperson said.

A Canadian government source said the decision was taken to ensure smooth supply chains.

(Read more at Reuters)

Thanks, Canadian truckers

We owe you a debt of gratitude for fighting for your own freedom. Now we will see how much in American goods piles up at the border.


Two more points of prayer on the Supreme Court Dobbs case

Amy Coney Barrett is right about safe haven laws

The Washington Examiner discusses how Amy Coney Barrett has it right regarding the effect of safe haven laws on abortion.

Regardless of what the pro-choice side says, Amy Coney Barrett is correct: No one is forcing a woman to raise a child once he or she is born.

Last week, the Supreme Court justice inquired about safe haven laws during oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The case involves a 2018 Mississippi law that bans abortion after 15 weeks, except to protect the life of the mother.

During oral arguments on Wednesday, Barrett mentioned safe haven laws when talking about Roe v. Wade. She said, “Insofar as you and many of your amici focus on the ways in which forced parenting, forced motherhood, would hinder women’s access to the workplace and to equal opportunities, it’s also focused on the consequences of parenting and the obligations of motherhood that flow from pregnancy. Why don’t the safe haven laws take care of that problem? It seems to me that it focuses the burden much more narrowly.”

Safe haven laws offer an easy way for a mother to drop off an unharmed, unwanted newborn baby with no questions asked and without any legal obligation to the child. Depending on the state , a mother may have 72 hours after giving birth or up to 90 days to do so.

States, municipalities, and safe haven locations, including police stations and fire departments, need to do a better job of promoting where safe haven sites are in their respective communities with additional signage. However, Barrett is correct that this is a serious alternative to abortion — and one that doesn’t kill a child.

Safe haven laws exist to prevent unwanted children from being killed. They were implemented in all 50 states as a direct response to infanticide. In Massachusetts, for example, someone gave birth at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and the baby was found dead in a trash can. So the Democratic-dominated Legislature worked with then-Gov. Mitt Romney to enact a safe haven law.

Safe haven laws weren’t in place at the time of the Roe and Planned Parenthood v. Casey rulings. This vital alternative to abortion came about in the late 1990s and early 2000s. As Texas governor, George W. Bush signed the first one into law in 1999. Therefore, it is something for Supreme Court justices to keep in mind when ruling on this case. It’s something that they didn’t have to consider when deciding those older cases.

(Read where the science takes us regarding the start of life at the Washington Examiner)

The “Baby Moses Law” (signed by then-Governor G. W. Bush) has a story behind it

Oddly, many people do not associate the story of Moses with the “Baby Moses Law.” Although the story of Moses’ beginning (where a baby that would have died is saved when his mother courageously puts the child in a place to be adopted anonymously) fits the situation presented by this law, our society has drifted from its Biblical moorings so much that it no longer recognizes the core stories.

Possibly, this might be part of the reason for the need for the law.

Nonetheless, we need to pray that this law continue to protect children and that the current trend in adoption (especially in Christian families) either continue or accelerate.

The Supreme Court isn’t a medical board or legislature — it shouldn’t make abortion law

The New York Post allows Rich Lowry to observe that the Supreme Court was not created as a legislature (therefore, it should not create any law from whole cloth). Likewise, it is not a medical board (therefore, it has no place in sanctioning medical procedures).

At times, you might have been forgiven for thinking that oral arguments over the Dobbs case were being held before the Health and Human Services Committee of the Pennsylvania state Senate or some other legislative body.

Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, involving Mississippi’s ban on abortion after 15 weeks, is, of course, the most consequential abortion case to reach the Supreme Court in decades. The arguments, as you would expect, featured plenty of intricate legal discussion. 

They also delved at length into questions of policymaking that aren’t rightly in the ambit of the Supreme Court — and that the court never should have taken on in Roe and Casey, the abortion cases that are on the verge of collapse owing to their manifest constitutional shabbiness.

Indeed, the discussion was relatively light on what is the supposed source of a constitutional right to abortion. The advocates opposed to the Mississippi law located it somewhere in the 14th Amendment, even though, as Justice Samuel Alito pointed out, no one at the time of the amendment’s passage believed it guaranteed a sweeping right to abortion.

Justice Sonia Sotomayor even said at one point that the Supreme Court comes up with decisions all the time that aren’t directly grounded in the Constitution.

In Roe and Casey, the court made the mistake of thinking that it should be the arbiter of a fraught social and moral issue and essentially crafted an abortion policy for the entire nation without any democratic input. Because pro-choicers like the outcome, they have become invested in the notion that Supreme Court precedent, even bad precedent, should stay on the books forevermore. 

One of the more jaw-dropping moments of the arguments was when Alito nearly cornered Biden administration Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar into maintaining that it would have been a mistake for the Supreme Court to overturn its hideous pro-segregation decision in Plessy v. Ferguson too soon.

The conservative justices and the abortion-rights advocates went back and forth on where the court should draw the line on allowing restrictions on abortion. Prelogar and Julie Rickelman, a lawyer representing the Mississippi abortion clinic in the case, insisted that it should be at fetal viability, around 23 or 24 weeks of pregnancy. 

According to Rickelman, the line of viability is “objectively verifiable and doesn’t delve into philosophical questions about when life begins.” This is in doubt, though. Some premature babies have survived after being born at 21 weeks, and many abortion-rights advocates deny that unborn babies have any moral standing at any point in a pregnancy.

Sotomayor said that believing an unborn baby has a right to be protected under law is a religious view. If so, why does the Supreme Court get to impose its “religious view” that the state can protect a fetus after 24 weeks but not before? She and her colleagues sit on the highest court in the land, not the Sanhedrin.

(Read more at the New York Post)

Maybe this COVID pandemic is a God-send, since it may get people to think about getting the court out of enforcing health

Maybe people will see the hypocrisy of shouting “my body, my choice” when it comes to killing a baby, but ignoring another person’s shout of “my body, my choice” when it comes to a jab to their own body.

Maybe people will see how the court has manufactured Roe from whole cloth now that both unelected and not-soon-to-face-election Democrats (and some RINOs, like Cheney) run roughshod over liberties in the name of a largely-manufactured crisis of COVID.

So, we need to pray for the opening of our own eyes to the predicament within our nation, our ability to communicate in a convincing and winsome way (but not childish), and the direction of our nation from here.