Daily Archives: August 25, 2010

Payoffs for Judges, Prosecutors Is Legal by Statute

Anyone who has ever attended an Internal Revenue Service court case likely noticed the biased attitude of the presiding judge in favor of the prosecution. Perhaps, though, only those of us who have sat in courtrooms, in every section of the country, can attest to this unwavering pattern of unfairness. Whatever happened to the judge’s impartial role of “referee”? Continue reading

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Meme of the Mosque

From our humble point of view, the controversy surrounding the mosque near Ground Zero has already done the job it is supposed to do. Its main duty might be seen, from a promotional standpoint, as one of bringing American's attention back again to … Continue reading

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The End of Global Banking Misery?

Western command-and-control systems are worldwide now. In fact, of course, this is a dominant social theme: "The West's economic perspective is a global one because of its efficiency and it is necessary to deal with it in a global way." W… Continue reading

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Oklahoma Supreme Court overturns health claims fee

Big Suprise! Federal stimulus funds will offset the loss of revenue expected to be generated by a proposed 1 percent fee on health care claims, Oklahoma officials said. BY JULIE BISBEE and MICHAEL MCNUTT Oklahoman Published: August 25, 2010 Additional … Continue reading

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GiN Toast To Federal Judge Who Followed Proper Jurisprudence In Stem Cell Case

Grassroots in Nebraska proposes a toast to Federal Judge Royce C. Lamberth for carrying out his duties as a judge precisely as he should. We find it very unfortunate that too many judges take the opportunity of a case to legislate from the bench. It may be a little known fact that judges are not only not to engage in “making law”, when the intent of the law is very clear they are not even supposed to interpret it. In these instances, the action required is quite clear. Continue reading

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