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@LRohde Judges can be impeached for making rulings that are unconstitutional, illegal, or unethical. They can be removed from the bench and an interim justice appointed or elected in a special election, depending on the state.
1 year, 12 months ago on One Judge Overturns the Wishes of the Voters in Wisconsin
Judges who make such unconstitutional decisions should be impeached, disbarred, and removed from office, post haste. Judicial retention votes should consider their rulings while on the bench and should purge the biased and undesirable justices from the bench. If they make unlawful decisions, then vote not to retain them in the office of judge. Let someone more qualified and ethical be appointed or elected to the bench. If you don't know what you are doing, then, don't do it in OUR GOVERNMENT. Go to some other country that supports biased, unethical judicial systems, like Iran, or North Korea. You are not welcome here. You are a traitor to our Constitution.
2 years ago on One Judge Overturns the Wishes of the Voters in Wisconsin
I think that the Southern Poverty Law Center may just have redefined their organization. Maybe they ARE located in a southern state, and, maybe they DO FAVOR poverty for their clients, and, maybe they endeavour to pass laws that centralize power in the federal government. Maybe that is why they are called the Southern Poverty Law Center.
They sure as heck are not representing any one's CIVIL LIBERTIES anymore, though.
2 years, 3 months ago on Establishment on a Witch Hunt?
@sissy51 While we are at it, we can also eliminate the 180,000 employee Department of Homeland Security. What a waste of taxpayer money! They duplicate the functions of many other federal and military agencies and are not needed or wanted. "He that would surrender his liberty for his security, deserves neither".
2 years, 7 months ago on State Governments check Federal Power
It is my understanding that, when a law is passed by Congress, and, signed by the President of the United States that is in direct conflict with the Constitution, then, that law is null and void. Should the Supreme Court not strike down this law as unconstitutional, then, they do so at their own peril.
I suspect that this law, the National Defense Authorization Act, is the precursor to a bloody civil/military confrontation in this country. The only real question now is: Will the military side with the Constitution, or, will it side with the federal government? Only time will tell.
God help us.