Tag Archives: supreme court

Obama's Faulty Plan for Jobs

Whenever elections draw near, I find myself contemplating the legitimacy of all of the candidates; Democrat or Republican, Liberal or Conservative. As sad as it may be, it feels as though no politicians can be fully trusted anymore.

The people who we solely rely on to protect our freedoms can barely be honest with us? Shameful, in my opinion. Continue reading

Federal Preemption Must Go

I doubt most of us spend a lot of time worrying about what’s on the Supreme Court docket.  How I can certainly name more Supreme Court rulings than Sarah Palin, I don’t keep up on current cases in front of the Supreme Court.  But I was recently informed about a couple of cases that I think might be the most important in a very long time; the cases of Wyeth v. Levine and Altria Group v. Good.   Continue reading

Titanic and Traffic Become Child Pornography

The most expensive child pornography film ever produced, accoridng to the Supreme Court Justice Scalia

In September of 1999 Patrick Naughton, an executive at Disney Interactive and one of the core members of the team at Sun who created Java, was arrested in Santa Monica for allegedly arranging an encounter with a 13 year old girl that was supposed to lead to sex.  But Mr. Naughton didn’t do a lot of jail time for his offense.  Continue reading