Monthly Archives: November 2010
The beliefs of those with strong religious convictions are not open to negotiation or compromise. When unbending religious convictions are applied to public policy and law, negotiation and compromise, both of which are core aspects of democracy and a free society, fall by the wayside. Without compromise, there can only be complete conformance – or tyranny. Continue reading
Most of the per-student money is not coming from their money, it is coming from OUR money – the other taxpayers Continue reading
While removal of a judge from the bench is an important part of the checks and balances of our government, it is intended as a redress of judicial misbehavior, not for partisan manipulation of the courts. Continue reading
So begins a tale of religious corruption of the judiciary. Continue reading
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