In an age when the courts can overrule the Commander-in-Chief, you know that we have become a judicial oligarchy. It does not matter who you vote in and out, cause most of our courts have judges appointed for a lifetime and many intend to say on the bench until they buy the farm, kick the bucket, drop dead. It does matter how you describe death, but it proves the old saying true about “No Rest for the Wicked.”
This is why the progressives love and relies on our judicial system, because if they can’t get the legislative and executive branches of government to allow their agenda to move forward; then the judicial branch swoops in and progressive leftist Marxist statists goals triumph.
If we get a Convention of States rolling big time, the biggest thing that must be a priority if not THE priority is making the judicial branch of our government the weakest of the three-ring government once again.
Otherwise get ready for another list of “insane court rulings” at the end of 2018.
For now here is CR’s Daniel Horowitz and his listing of the most insane court rulings of 2017.
Future generations will see 2017 as the year our sovereignty was stolen by the federal courts. This year, district judges decided that they can nullify commander-in-chief powers, national sovereignty, national security, and societal norms — and apply their edicts instantaneously nationwide. Indeed, this was the year when lower court judges were crowned supreme over all other branches of government.
To review this year’s stolen sovereignty and all-around insanity by the runaway judiciary, we recap the 12 most destructive and radical court decisions of the year.
Chris Christie’s new book hits President Trump’s advisers hard, especially Jared Kushner
Democrats’ lies about border wall and shutdown are building a permanent radical progressive base
Sasse thinks Democrats like Barr but still won’t vote for him because of politics
Gang of Eight grows to 20: DACA amnesty for border wall pretty much a done deal
Most in society don’t realize the creeping occultism that surrounds us
As media, Democrats turn to other topics, we need to keep up the pressure for the wall
As progressive tariffs continue, China scores biggest trade surplus in history
3 reasons to build the wall despite polls showing it isn’t popular
Understanding the real crisis at the border and how to frame it properly
Opposition to the border wall is 100% fueled by spite for President Trump
Art Laffer on why a trade deficit is a good thing
Thomas Sowell isn’t a fan of tariffs
Rand Paul didn’t like the Democrats raising foreign aid as the border wall goes unfunded
Voddie Baucham on sifting religion and how it applies to the news
John Cornyn knew how to handle government shutdown temper tantrums
Culture and Religion13 hours ago
What Areva Martin accusing David Webb of ‘white privilege’ says about progressives’ identity politics
Guns and Crime9 hours ago
Bill Barr on immigration: Open the front door, but don’t let them crash through the back door
Guns and Crime14 hours ago
The real threats to gun owner rights aren’t on Capitol Hill
Culture and Religion15 hours ago
Why true liberals should embrace limited government
Foreign Affairs22 hours ago
Iran and the Taliban: A tactical alliance?
Automotive24 hours ago
2020 Volkswagen Passat will make the midsize sedan stylish again
Culture and Religion22 hours ago
Democratic National Committee drops partnership with Women’s March
Military11 hours ago
Israel, Great Britain air forces to conduct first joint drill