The atrocities committed by the Japanese military during World War II are so brutal that it is almost impossible to comprehend them.

Kansas Recalls 731 License Plates Over Ethnic Slur Complaint

Kansas is recalling hundreds of vehicle license plates on the streets containing the “JAP” lettering in the wake of complaints that they are offensive to Japanese Americans. The Kansas Department …

When Washington Decides For Decades To Mostly Ignore Immigration Laws

[As per instructions from embedded ACLU lawyers?] They chanted: ‘We are not criminals! We are international workers!’

US agents fire tear gas and rubber bullets at… | Daily Mail Online

Migrants approaching the U.S. border from Mexico were enveloped with tear gas Sunday after a few tried to breach the fence separating the two countries.

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A migrant is seen holding rocks in his hands moments before throwing them at US border guards near Tijuana

Why Should a Single Federal Judge Be Able to Make Law for the Whole Country?

Judge bars Trump from refusing asylum to immigrants

A federal judge barred the Trump administration on Monday from refusing asylum to immigrants who cross the southern border illegally. U.S. District Judge Jon S. Tigar issued a temporary restraining …
New York Post|6 days ago

Why Should a Single Federal Judge Be Able to Make Law for the Whole Country?

By John Fund

July 8, 2018 6:27 PM

While we fill a Supreme Court vacancy, let’s also have that debate.

Whenever there is a Supreme Court vacancy, I view it as a chance to teach voters about the courts and their legitimate role in our government. We could use that. Last year, the Annenberg Center found that only 26 percent of those it surveyed could name the three branches of government (executive, judicial, and legislative). A full 33 percent couldn’t name even one branch.

Confusion about the proper role of the courts extends to many of our sitting judges. Last month, while the Supreme Court narrowly upheld the so-called Trump travel ban, Justice Clarence Thomas raised an issue that the next Supreme Court justice may have to weigh in on. Why is it, he asked, that a single federal district judge can impose an injunction blocking a presidential executive order in all 50 states even if none of his colleagues (599 district judges) thinks it’s a good idea?

Justice Thomas wrote:

These injunctions are beginning to take a toll on the federal court system — preventing legal questions from percolating through the federal courts, encouraging forum shopping, and making every case a national emergency for the courts and for the Executive Branch.

I am skeptical that district courts have the authority to enter universal injunctions. These injunctions did not emerge until a century and a half after the founding. And they appear to be inconsistent with longstanding limits on equitable relief and the power of Article III courts. If their popularity continues, this Court must address their legality.



PSTA Endorses Lou Barletta For U.S. Senate

2018 Senate Endorsement

While Thousands Of Foreigners March North Vowing To Invade The USA; Social Justice Football League Players Argue The Best Way To Demonstrate How Unjust The USA Is Towards People Like The Ones Marching North

Caravan of 4,000 Military-Style Migrants, Money Being Handed Out

Caravan of 4,000 Military-Style Migrants

Panthers’ Eric Reid angrily confronts the Eagles’ Malcolm Jenkins before labeling him a ‘sellout’ and ‘neo-colonialist’ for not kneeling during the national anthem… sparking praise from Colin Kaepernick

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How’s Baltimore Doing? “On Tuesday alone, 11 people were shot and three died.”

Jan 12, 2017

Under a consent decree with the [obama] U.S. Department of Justice, the troubled force will employ a variety of measures to protect constitutional rights and correct racial disparities.

October 2018

Baltimore police commissioner reassigns 230 officers to patrol to combat recent violence spike

About 230 Baltimore police officers assigned to administrative duties will leave their offices for patrol work as the police department seeks to combat a spike in violence across the city. Baltimore

Baltimore Sun|6 days ago

“Davis was on probation for a January 2017 conviction for firing a gun at a car in Chadbourn in June 2015”

Second suspect arrested in killing of Trooper Kevin Conner in Columbus County

Posted 9:48 a.m. today
Updated 13 minutes ago

By Alfred Charles, online managing editor

Raheem Cole Dashanell Davis

Raheem Cole Dashanell Davis

Whiteville, N.C. — A second suspect has been arrested in connection with the killing last week of state Highway Patrol Trooper Kevin Conner last week in Columbus County, authorities said Tuesday. Continue reading