Losing loved ones is always difficult, and that was no different during this challenging year. Whether from the effects of the virus, some other illness or disease, an accident, or natural or other causes many Americans were touched by the loss of an important person this year.
U.S. Circuit Court Judge William Pryor It has been announced that President Donald Trump is going to publicly announce his nominee for the opening in the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) on Monday evening. The announcement is to take place during a live television broadcast at 8:00 pm EST. This is a … Continue reading Why SCOTUS Pick Should Be Pryor
President George W. Bush has nominated Harriet Miers, the official White House Counsel, to replace the retiring Sandra Day O’Connor on the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS). The nomination was made on Monday October 3rd, 2005, the same day that John Roberts officially took his seat as Bush’s first SCOTUS appointee, and also … Continue reading The trouble with Harriet
The announcement was not unexpected, it had been rumored at least for weeks. And yet when Sandra Day O’Connor announced her resignation from the U.S. Supreme Court last week it still seemed to take many of us by surprise. It has been 11 long years since the last opening occurred on the nation’s highest court, … Continue reading Courting a Texas Originalist
On Thursday the United States Supreme Court handed down a ruling in the case of Susette Kelo (left) et al v. City of New London, 04-108 that stated in it’s simplest explanation “If the government wants your property, it can come and take it, no matter what you want. Period.” In what is becoming … Continue reading Supremes loose Leviathan to become master of all