Search Result for “justice scalia”

In another Wikileaks email dump, a particular email exchange between Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and Steve Elmendorf, a lobbyist and fundraiser, revealed an interesting Cold War era phrase used by the Soviets. The phrase was “wet works” and was used by the Soviets to speak of “assassination.” Interestingly enough, …
Read More

Saturday was the funeral of Justice Antonin Scalia who died a week ago last Saturday. His death has raised a host of questions and yet there was no autopsy to determine the cause of death, as a result many questions will go unanswered. We are told there was no foul …
Read More

Justice Scalia’s death in Texas is the 21st century version of the 20th century assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Read More

That the nature of Antonin Scalia’s death was already determined without an autopsy, that his body was found with a pillow over his head, makes the judgement on this man’s death quite suspicious.
Read More

Antonin Scalia understood that the Supreme Court needs to be resisted by the other branches of government.
Read More

On Tuesday Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was quoted, in a Washington Examiner article, discussing the possible return of World War II style “internment camps”: JUSTICE ANTONIN SCALIA PREDICTS THAT THE SUPREME COURT WILL EVENTUALLY AUTHORIZE ANOTHER A WARTIME ABUSE OF CIVIL RIGHTS SUCH AS THE INTERNMENT CAMPS FOR JAPANESE-AMERICANS DURING WORLD WAR II. “YOU ARE …
Read More

Questions abound after Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s untimely death, especially after his family has requested there be no autopsy of his body, even though it was found with a pillow over his head. According to The Washington Post: As official Washington tried to process what his demise means for …
Read More

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead at a luxury resort in West Texas on Saturday.
Read More

This could become the most important moment of Trump’s first term.
Read More

I’m sorry, but this is just too perfect, demonstrating that this is a woman that has not business on the Supreme Court, or it could mean she is absolutely right, or both.  On Monday, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg referenced Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) as one of the “women of …
Read More