Category: Bureaucracy

Impeachment

The Four C’s Of The Impeachment Sham — Constitution, Corruption, Comity & Coup

The House is considering three articles of Impeachment.  The Constitution is at issue in questions of Obstruction of Justice, Contempt of Congress and the form of the Senate Trial.  Comity and Corruption are at issue as to the Bidens and Abuse of Power.  And is this is an unlawful attempted

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Constitution Administrative State

Is The Administrative State On Borrowed Time?

Is the Supreme Court about to curtail the administrative state (and perhaps circumscribe judicial activism) by holding that Art. 1, Sec. 1 of the Constitution actually means what it says? For the past near century — since FDR’s infamous court packing scheme — the administrative state (or bureaucratic state, call

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Russia Collusion Hoax Strzok

Random thoughts on the unfolding Russia Collusion hoax

With Barr promising to investigate the Russia Collusion Hoax, it’s a good time to think about the motivations driving those who masterminded the hoax. Yesterday was another day spent pulling out ivy, a process I found so exhausting, I couldn’t write last night. Not writing, though, doesn’t mean not thinking.

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The Rule of Law In Danger

Justice is supposed to be blind.  That is not the case in America today and President Trump is partly to blame. [Update:  This today from the Daily Caller: President Donald Trump chose to have the indictments of 12 Russian hackers announced before his Helsinki summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin,

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