Tag Archives: Scalia

Scalia And The Second Amendment, Guns And The NRA

The recent sudden death of 79 year old Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia brought renewed attention to one of his most heralded and criticized decisions on the Second Amendment. The Amendment states: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the … Continue reading

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Scalia: Hardly Original, Very Right Wing

A week ago on the death of Associate Justice Antonin Scalia, the corporate media began spewing the expected epitaphs. “Originalist”, “scholar”, “intellectual” thus once again painting the picture for the American viewer that Scalia was a Justice who was a … Continue reading

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Republicans Prep For 2016: Suppressing The Vote

video 10 minutes 30 seconds Republicans have known for a long, long time that they win when they suppress the vote. Below is a video in one of the seminal moments in the history voter suppression. Paul Weyrich reminding the … Continue reading

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Grassley Town Hall: Don’t Ask, Don’t Answer

We attended Senator Grassley’s town hall in Muscatine Thursday afternoon. It was hardly a great study in give and take. Questions were asked. Answers were given. Seldom did the answers really deal with the questions asked. The room was packed … Continue reading

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Justice Scalia Found Dead In Texas

As many have already heard, Justice Antonin Scalia died at a Texas ranch today. Our humblest condolences to his family and friends. The nation goes on. Thanks to the work of our far sighted founders, our government is a government … Continue reading

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Maybe Sir Mick Jagger Could Advise The Economy

After all Sir Mick studied at the London School of Economics. Had that other gig not worked out as it did, perhaps he would have capped his economics career advising David Cameron. Could have done it with a rock ‘n’ … Continue reading

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