Who the hell knows?
I don’t know about you, but I’m sick and tired of the two-tiered justice system in this country. Why is it that Democrats like Chuck Schumer are allowed to apologize and present specious excuses for their potential crimes and then get out of jail free, while Republicans like President Donald J. Trump are held to the letter (and imaginary spirit) of laws and the Constitution?
I spent the last two years of high school in a daze, locking away the questions that life seemed insistent on imposing. I kept playing basketball, attended classed sparingly, drank beer heavily, and tried drugs enthusiastically. I discovered that it didn’t make any difference if you smoked reefer in the white class mates sparkling new van, or in the dorm room with some brother you’d met down at the gym, or on the beach with a couple of Hawaiian kids who had dropped out of school and now spent most of their time looking for an excuse to brawl.
Today there is little joy in Magaville, as President Donald J. Trump signs the RINO/Democrat $1.3 trillion “omnibus” spending bill. (Yes. Trillion!)
Puzzlement, maybe, at best. A sense of betrayal. There’s that, too. What exactly is or was he thinking?
With a few minor exceptions, President Trump’s “travel ban” will go into effect, according to a decision by the Supreme Court today.
A YUGE win for the President. A YUGE win for the Constitution and the rule of law. [emphasis added to quotes]
Once again, the Obama administration proves that it has no respect for the rule of law. [emphasis added]
The Justice Department [DOJ] is resisting a judge’s order to provide ethics training for its lawyers and is objecting to turning over to the court the names of illegal aliens who were granted what amounts to administrative amnesty (“deferrals”) in stark violation of an injunction issued by the court. …
© Miri WTPOTUS March 27, 2013
So this morning I read about a recent decision by the Supreme Court of the United States: [emphasis added]
The Supreme Court ruled … that police cannot bring drug-sniffing police dogs onto a suspect’s property to look for evidence without first getting a warrant for a search, a decision which may limit how investigators use dogs’ sensitive noses to search out drugs, explosives and other items hidden from human sight, sound and smell.
© Miri WTPOTUS December 10, 2012
Attorney Orly Taitz has written a letter to Chief Clerk of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) William Sutter and to Mr. Eric Fossum, a SCOTUS employee. Her letter is in response to a letter from Sutter, signed by Fossum, which she says incorrectly stated that Taitz never tried to file a writ of certiorari in the case Taitz v Astrue (USCA DC 11-5304), which challenges the eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama II to be president of the United States. Continue reading