Obama Sent Illegals All Across The County, Forcing States to Pay for Schooling

October 1, 2014 | Filed Under Barack Obama, Budget, Central America, Children, Constitution, Courts, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Education, Ethics, Government, Government Corruption, Health, Immigration/Immigrants, Judges, Liberals, Medicaid, Mexico, Obamacare, President, Progressives, Public School, Regulation, States Rights, Supreme Court, Taxes, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

President Obama secretly sent tens of thousands of illegals all across the country and into every state without bothering to inform governors that he was doing it and now the states are stuck footing the bill for healthcare and education.

On September 29, the AP reported that “Unaccompanied minors… have moved to communities of all sizes, in nearly every state.”
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Tulsa Police Capt. Suspended for Refusing to Attended Ordered Muslims Mosque Services

September 20, 2014 | Filed Under 1st Amendment, 9/11, Anti-Americanism, Constitution, Courts, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, Free Speech, Freedom, Government, Government Corruption, Islam, Islamofascism, Judges, Koran, Liberals, Liberty, Muslim Brotherhood, Oklahoma, Police, Progressives, Security/Safety, Sharia, Supreme Court, Terrorism, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

A Tulsa police officer who was suspended and punished for refusing to attend Muslim religious services at a local mosque that has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood is suing his employer for ordering him to attend over his religious objections.

Even worse, the mosque the officer was order to attend is connected to an Imam who is an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and has been recorded proudly making numerous anti-American statements over the years.

In yet another example of the self-immolation marking the end of western culture, Captain Paul Fields of the Tulsa, Oklahoma police force was suspended and later punished further for refusing to attend the mosque as well as refusing to order any of the officers under him to do so against their religious beliefs.

Of course, we all know that if the Tulsa police had tried to force its officers to attend Christian indoctrination services, the media and the militant atheists who pretend to be against religion–but who are really only against Christianity–would have been all over this case. But because the department was forcing Islam down the throats of its officers, all those nice, liberal groups are silent as a graveyard.
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Voter ID Laws Winning, Obama and Holder Losing

August 8, 2014 | Filed Under Barack Obama, Civil Rights, Constitution, Courts, Democrats/Leftists, DOJ, Elections, Ethics, Free Speech, Freedom, Government, Government Corruption, Judges, Law, Liberals, President, Progressives, Regulation, Rights, Supreme Court, The Law, Vote Fraud, Voter ID, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

Not only are the courts across the country upholding the ballot integrity efforts of Voter ID laws–including the U.S. Supreme Court–but even majorities of nearly every section of the American public are polling in favor of voter ID requirements. This means Obama, his activist Attorney General Eric Holder, and the leftist intelligencia are losing this issue big time.

The left claims that voter ID laws are the second coming of racist Jim Crow laws. They say it is onerous for people to have to get a valid photo ID in order to vote. They say having to get a photo ID is somehow “just like” the expensive poll taxes forced on blacks between the end of the Civil War and the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

But, since photo IDs can be gotten for less than $10–and in many cases, free of charge–in every state in the union, this claim of left-wing liars is hard to make Americans believe. And the polls show it.

But the courts are agreeing.
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NARAL Board Member Urges Women to Have a Fu*K-In at Hobby Lobby For Revenge

July 2, 2014 | Filed Under 1st Amendment, Abortion, Constitution, Contraception, Courts, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, Free Speech, Freedom, Government, Government Corruption, Hobby Lobby, Liberals, Liberty, President, Progressives, Regulation, Supreme Court, The Law, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

Like every other liberal, a board member of the notorious infanticide group NARAL has proven she hasn’t a clue what the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby ruling means by jumping to Twitter to suggest that women should have sex “in the glitter aisle” of every Hobby Lobby craft store in revenge for the ruling she neither likes nor understands.

NARAL board member Jessica Valenti displayed her ignorance for all to see with a June 30 Tweet saying, “Maybe women should organize a safe-sex fuck-in at every Hobby Lobby across the country. In the glitter aisle. JUST A THOUGHT.”

First of all it is pretty arrogant for her to claim she has the capability of having “a thought,” but I digress…

As notes, Valenti was once a blogger for the mass baby murder advocates but has now become a board member.
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Pat Quinn’s Major Loss Over Forced Healthcare Worker Unionization

June 30, 2014 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Budget, Chicago, Constitution, Courts, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Ethics, Government, Government Corruption, Health, Illinois, Judges, Liberals, Medicaid, Medicare, Pat Quinn, Progressives, Public Employees Unions, Regulation, Rod Blagojevich, SEIU, Supreme Court, Taxes, Unions, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

Several years ago the Governor of Illinois decided with a fiat decision to hand his union buddies millions of free taxpayer dollars by suddenly forcing all private in-home healthcare workers to be unionized without their knowledge or approval. Today the U.S. Supreme Court said that Illinois was not allowed to do this.

The year was 2003 and Democrat Rod Blagojevich–who later went to jail for corruption–was the governor who decided that all Illinois citizens who get a stipend from the state to help them take care of their mentally and/or physically disabled family member must be unionized.
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SCOTUS Unanimously Slaps Down Obama on Recess Appointments

June 26, 2014 | Filed Under Barack Obama, Business, Capitalism, Constitution, Courts, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Elections, Ethics, Government, Government Corruption, Jobs, Judges, Law, Liberals, NLRB, President, Progressives, Regulation, Senate, Supreme Court, Unions, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

This one is pretty amazing. The US Supreme Court has delivered a unanimous slap to the President saying that his recess appointments were illicit. Even the court’s liberals said Obama was wrong on this.

If you are out of the loop, here is what happened: Obama wanted to make some extremely partisan appointments to the National Labor Relations board (NLRB) so that he could deliver even more pro union decisions in the disputes between labor and businesses that the NLRB is set up to adjudicate.

The U.S. Senate did not like his choices because the folks Obama wanted to appoint were obvious union shills that would further erode the NLRB’s status as an unbiased arbitrator between labor unions and the business sector (as it is supposed to be).
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Ohio Court Upholds Firing of School Teacher Fired for Christian Religious Views

November 21, 2013 | Filed Under 1st Amendment, Anti-Americanism, Bible, Catholicism, Christianity, Constitution, Courts, Democrats/Leftists, Education, Ethics, Government, Government Corruption, Law, Liberals, Ohio, Progressives, Religion, Supreme Court, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

The Ohio Supreme Court upheld the 2011 firing of school teacher John Freshwater saying that his insistence in keeping Christian symbols in his classroom somehow violated the U.S. Constitution.

The story began all the way back in 2008 when Ohio’s Mount Vernon City Schools began the process of firing science teacher Freshwater because he had religious symbols like his personal Bible in the classroom.

The school system maintained that he was “violating” the Constitution by having Christian symbols in his public school classroom.

There was also a false report that he used heated tools to “brand” crosses onto the arms of some students. This charge was dropped years later.

Eventually the school system fired the teacher because he refused to remove the religious symbols including his personal Bible which he kept on his desk.

Now the Ohio Supreme Court is upholding that firing.
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Leftist Hypocrites on Campaign Donations

April 15, 2013 | Filed Under Campaign Finance, Constitution, Courts, Democrats/Leftists, Elections, Ethics, GOP, Government, Law, Liberals, President, Progressives, Regulation, Supreme Court, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

One of the left’s biggest rallying cries against what they claim are the evils of the right was its opposition to the Citizens United Supreme Court decision that essentially opened up our political process to unlimited donations to political causes. The left claimed allowing more money into politics was evil and says the case must be over turned. But now leftists in New Jersey are hypocritically using the case for their own ends.

A Washington DC-based left-wing super PAC has sued New Jersey’s campaign finance watchdog agency saying that the Garden State shouldn’t be allowed to limit what it can raise from an individual donor.

As a New Jersey paper reported recently, “The Fund for Jobs and Growth filed the complaint against the state Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC) in federal district court on Friday.”

New Jersey says that there should be a limit per donor. But the group wants to raise money to make independent expenditures (i.e. political spending independent of the campaigns they are pushing) and based on the Citizens United case, they say that they should be able to wheedle from donors every penny that they can–and they are right, too.
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CNN Mistakenly Reported Roberts Overturned Obamacare

June 29, 2012 | Filed Under Barack Obama, Budget, Business, Buzzfeed, Capitalism, CNN, Congress, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Government, Liberals, Media, President, Supreme Court, Taxes, The Law, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

Seven minutes of “f**king humiliation” is how one CNN staffer described the morning faux pas the “most trusted name in news” made when it reported that Chief Justice John Roberts overturned Obamacare’s mandate this morning.

As the Supreme Court of the United States was delivering its long awaited decision on Obamacare, CNN’s on-air news reader, 29-year-old Kate Bolduan, breathlessly said that the healthcare mandate was struck down. And I do mean breathlessly…

Kate Bolduan: We’re still going through the reading of the opinion, but I want to bring you the breaking news that according to producer Bill Mears, the individual mandate is not a valid, uh, not a valid exercise of the Commerce Clause. So it appears as if the Supreme Court Justices have struck down the individual mandate, the center piece of the healthcare legislation.

Not only did Miss Bolduan make CNN look bad but she also claimed that CNN’s man inside the courtroom, Bill Mears, told her this misconstruction of the facts over the phone. It doesn’t appear, though, that Mears actually said the whole thing was struck down but that young Bolduan just didn’t understand the complexities that Mears was trying to relate.
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The ‘Fairness’ of the US Supreme Court

May 9, 2012 | Filed Under Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, Frank Salvato, Government, Judges, Law, Liberals, PCism, Republicans, Society/Culture, Supreme Court, Western Civilization | Comments Off

-By Frank Salvato

In the aftermath of oral arguments in both the Patient Protection & Affordability Care Act and Arizona SB1070 cases at the United States Supreme Court, many in the mainstream media, as well as the many so-called political strategists of the Left, are setting the stage for a political inoculation. Progressive and Democrat pundits and operatives alike are declaring that should Obamacare be rendered impotent, and should the SCOTUS uphold Arizona’s immigration and border protection law, it would all be the doing of Right-Wing judicial activism. While this rhetoric may be a winning strategy politically, it is, nonetheless, what Progressives and committed Liberals believe.

The idea that the Supreme Court might be “fair” or “unfair” in establishing the constitutionality or unconstitutionality of any given case is a matter of perception. The frailty of the human ego – along with the pomposity of ignorance and the intellectual limitations of the constitutionally illiterate mind, sadly, facilitate the belief, by some of the more ardently political that should the Supreme Court rule in a way that does not run in lockstep with their political belief system, somehow the ruling is “activist.” And while I freely admit that the scourge of judicial activism does indeed exist, at the level of the US Supreme Court the action (or inaction) is quite rare.

Granted, each Supreme Court Justice possesses his or her own political ideology, but such is the nature of deliberative bodies stewarded by human beings. It is for this reason that great care needs to be taken by Presidents in making nominations to the United States Supreme Court. It is for this reason that pure ideologues and special interest operatives should be resolutely rejected from consideration for the bench by the United States Senate and not “rubber-stamped” as giving the President his due. And it is for this reason that both past Presidents and members of the Senate have failed the American people by allowing ideologues and special interest nominees to have reached the bench.

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Comparison: Politico Lauds ‘Forceful’ Gov’t Obamacare Argument, Fox Notes it was Laughed At

March 27, 2012 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Barack Obama, Budget, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, Health, Judges, Law, Liberals, Obamacare, President, Supreme Court, Taxes, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

The first arguments by the government in support of the already wildly over budget Obamacare law were heard at the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday and there is an interesting lesson in media bias that can be seen in the reporting of the day’s presentation. The difference between how the government’s opening arguments was reported by Politico and Fox News is an instructive case of media bias.

First let’s look at how Politico’s Josh Gerstein and Carrie Budoff Brown reported how the government’s arguments were received by the court.

Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Jr., representing the government, opened his argument Monday with a forceful and solemn plea to the court to grapple with the key questions in the case.

Well, “forceful,” and “solemn,” eh? That sure sounds like the government presented a serious and well-received argument, doesn’t it?

Now let’s see what Fox News had to say about those opening arguments.
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Are Conservatives with Ginsburg or the Founders on the Constitution?

March 3, 2012 | Filed Under Constitution, Egypt, Ethics, Foreign Countries, Law, Liberals, Selwyn Duke, Supreme Court | Comments Off

-By Selwyn Duke

When Ruth Bader Ginsburg said in Egypt recently that she “would not look to the U.S. Constitution if [she] were drafting a constitution in the year 2012,” it was no surprise. In that the Constitution militates against a nanny state and preserves a status quo, it is by its very nature a conservative document. This is why liberals hate it so. And, as the power of the left grows via their control over the culture, their teeth and contempt for the Constitution are displayed ever more (see Obama, Barack et al.). But what of conservatives?

Some may say that I need not ask; as reflected in the rise of the Tea Party and Ron Paul, constitutionalism is all the rage. In truth, though, while conservatives generally mean well, most just play at constitutionalism.

“What are you talking about, Duke?” you may ask. “I believe in constitutional adherence!” Well, let’s conduct a little test. What do you think about Social Security?

Because, you know, it is unconstitutional.
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Political BS: But… But… That Super PAC Doesn’t Speak For Me!

December 22, 2011 | Filed Under Campaign Finance, Elections, Judges, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, President,, Supreme Court, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

Since the Citizens United decision emanated from the U.S. Supreme Court politics has seen the growth of the Super PAC. This would be the political action group that is ostensibly unconnected from any particular candidate’s campaign but will push their candidacy anyway. We’ve also seen the growth of the political BS of candidates claiming that they neither have any influence over these PACs nor that they represent what the candidates stand for.

Political Action Committees come in two varieties, those connected to a candidate or party or those not connected. Often PACS are 501(c)(4) groups that fundraise for issues as opposed to particular candidates. But with the rise of the Super PAC we find groups formed specifically to push a particular candidate. The Super PAC is classified as an “independent-expenditure only committee” and can raise cash from corporations, unions, and other large, deep-pocketed groups as well as individuals but are supposed to lie outside the control of the candidates themselves…

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Hypocrisy: Left Wants SCOTUS Justice Thomas Recusal, Ignores Kagan’s Clear Conflicts

November 22, 2011 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Barack Obama, Clarence Thomas, Democrats/Leftists, Elana Kagan, Government, Health, Journalism, Judges, Law, Liberals, Media, Media Bias, Obamacare, Politico, President, Supreme Court, Taxes, Warner Todd Huston, Washington Post | 1 Comment

-By Warner Todd Huston

This past weekend the Washington Post published a hit piece on the grand opening of a museum in Georgia dedicated to the birthplace of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. The paper was desperate to make some grand conspiracy, some lawbreaking evil from the project. But whatever is going on with the museum, this story was just one more shot orchestrated by the left aimed at forcing Justice Thomas to recuse himself from the upcoming hearings on whether or not Obamacare is Constitutional. Of course, this is all a smoke screen to hide the fact that it is really left-wing darling Justice Elana Kagan that should recuse herself from the case.

The Post story was a mish mash of innuendo, guesswork, and partisan claims, all amounting to much of nothing for proof of wrong doing. The Post even took the opportunity to use the word “whitewashed” when describing the color of the building housing the museum commemorating Justice Thomas’ birthplace. None too subtle, that.

There was plenty of other coverage of the opening of the museum that was positive, of course. Still it is apparent that the left hates Justice Thomas so much that they can’t even stand it that a small commemoration of his place of birth be created.

But real facts weren’t on the agenda for this article on Thomas. This article was meant as yet another slap at Thomas in order to mount pressure against him for the upcoming case against Obamacare. The left has been floating the demand that Justice Thomas recuse himself because his wife has worked as a “conservative activist and lobbyist, where she specifically agitated for the repeal of ‘Obamacare.'”
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Group Gives $1 Mil Donation to Romney Then Disappears

August 4, 2011 | Filed Under Campaign Finance, Elections, GOP, Government, Mitt Romney, Republicans,, Supreme Court, The Law, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

It’s a drive-by donation! A mysterious company formed on March 15, 2011, then donated one million dollars to the Romney for president campaign on April 28, and by June 11th the company filed papers to dissolve. The whole situation has raised many eyebrows about the legality — if not the morality — of the donation.

Various news entities have tried to find out information about W Spann LLC, the company that gave big cash to Romney then disappeared, but info is non-existent. So, what the heck is going on? No one has yet found out…

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Leftist Judge Leaked Anti-Posser Story Because Her Claim Is Garbage

June 28, 2011 | Filed Under Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, Government, Judges, Law, Liberals,, Supreme Court, Warner Todd Huston, Wisconsin | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

A few days ago I posted a story about a leftist judge accusing Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser of physically attacker her in a closed-doors meeting of the justices. The lefty sites went mad for this story, but as the days wore on the lefty judge’s claims started to seem less and less credible. Now we are finding out that the lefty judge herself leaked the story in order to hurt Judge Prosser in the court of public opinion because she knew she had no real legal case against him. In other words, she was lying, she knew it, and she launched a program of character assassination because she had no real legitimate case to press in the courts.

Christian Schneider of The National Review’s The Corner blog reports some more of the sad details about this left-wing attack and gives us even more reason to suspect that lefty Justice Ann Walsh Bradley is simply a liar…

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Lefties Try to Smear Wisconsin’s Judge Prosser… Again

June 26, 2011 | Filed Under Crime, Democrats/Leftists, Elections, Government, Judges, Law, Liberals, Supreme Court, Warner Todd Huston, Wisconsin | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

Oh, the leftists thought they had him this time (again). So, they began a campaign to smear him (again). Turns out they were wrong (again). And their allegations mysteriously disappeared from the Internet after they found out they were wrong (again).

The left tried once again to smear Wisconsin Supreme Court Judge David Prosser by claiming that he physically attacked another judge (naturally she’s a crazed left-wing judge, too) in a closed-doors meeting late last week. Justice Ann Walsh Bradley actually charged Prosser with “choking her.” Notice she did so only in the press, though. Prosser, of course, is denying it all…

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American Government Must Be Torn Down and Rebuilt

May 23, 2011 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Communism, Congress, Conservatives, Constitution, Democracy, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, Free Speech, Freedom, GOP, Government, House of Representatives, Judges, Law, Liberals, Libertarian, Liberty, Nanny State, Policy, President, Regulation, Republicans, Senate, Supreme Court, The Law, Transparency, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

In New York you need a license to work as a gas pumper at a gas station. A contradiction since you do not need that expensive license, training, and government meddling to pump your own gas in New York. In Chicago it is supposedly illegal to fly a kite inside the city limits. In Delaware it is illegal to have a basketball hoop on your driveway. In nearly every city and town it is illegal to build a shed on your own property without government approval and fees spent to “allow” you to do so.

These are all examples of how the United States of America has fallen severely away from the land of liberty and personal freedom we once enjoyed. These are also examples of why we need politicians that will run on eliminating laws, regulations, a government meddling, not adding more.

We are being “governmented” to death, America. The nanny state has reached out to quash everything we as individuals want to do. We cannot put up a yard fence, we aren’t allowed to park certain vehicles on our own property, we cannot have garage sales without licenses, fees, “allowances,” and government meddling.
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Indiana Supreme Court Eviscerates U.S. Constitution

May 16, 2011 | Filed Under 4th Amendment, Anti-Americanism, Constitution, Democrats/Leftists, Elections, Ethics, Government, Indiana, Liberals, Security/Safety, Supreme Court, The Law, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

Indiana’s highest court has turned against our rights and the Constitution of the United States. The Supreme Court of Indiana has just decided that the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution does not apply to the citizens of Indiana.

The court has decided that Hoosiers have no right to be safe in their own homes from illegal entry, search, and seizure by police. Indiana’s highest court has just said that Hoosier stormtroopers can invade any home at ay time and citizens have no right to resist because it is “against public policy.”

Blogger Bruce McQuain said this appalling incident in Indiana is an example of, “why you have to constantly protect your rights daily from attacks from within,” and boy is he right.
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VIDEO: Kloppenburg Makes Fool of Herself With Wisconsin Recount

April 22, 2011 | Filed Under Democrats/Leftists, Elections, Government, Judges, Liberals, Public Employees Unions, Supreme Court, Teachers Unions, Unions, Warner Todd Huston, Wisconsin | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

So far, other than the 10,000 likely fraudulent Kloppenburg-favoring votes from the Madison area, there doesn’t really seem to be any compelling evidence of vote fraud in the recent election for Wisconsin’s Supreme Court race. David Prosser won by some 7,000 votes. Still, his challenger, JoAnne Kloppenburg, is demanding a recount no matter how absurd her request is.

In fact, she herself revealed how silly her position is with a recent TV press conference. As painful as it is to watch, Kloppenburg was flummoxed when asked if she truly believes she’s still the winner…

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$5.4 Million Spent on Wisconsin Supreme Court Race

April 21, 2011 | Filed Under Budget, Democrats/Leftists, Elections, Government, Judges, Law, Liberals, Public Employees Unions, Supreme Court, Taxes, Teachers Unions, Unions, Warner Todd Huston, Wisconsin | 3 Comments

-By Warner Todd Huston

It is an amazing amount of money to be spent on a mere state supreme court race but this one was for all the marbles in Wisconsin as far as both sides were concerned, so I suppose we shouldn’t be surprised. Wisconsin Democracy Campaign broke out its calculator and came up with a whopping amount of $5.4 million having been spent on the race by forces outside the candidate’s themselves.

“The special interest groups,” WDC says, “spent an estimated $2.7 million to support Prosser and $1.8 million to back Kloppenburg.” Even though two other high court elections outspent the 2011 effort, it is still a major amount of money to go into a state-wide election, to be sure.

I have to say, these final numbers shock me in one respect. I am shocked that unions didn’t put more into this race than they did. The unions sure spent a ton of cash in other areas in the Badger State (like the protests at the state capitol) so maybe they didn’t have the spare cash to throw at Kloppenburg’s race when push came to shove. Whatever the case, I was surprised it wasn’t more.
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Judge Prosser Declared Winner, Left Loses BIG In Wisconsin Union Fight

April 18, 2011 | Filed Under Conservatives, Democrats/Leftists, Education, Elections, GOP, Government, Judges, Law, Liberals, Public Employees Unions, Republicans, Supreme Court, Teachers Unions, Unions, Warner Todd Huston, Wisconsin | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

A county canvas of votes for Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice is finished and the result shows that Judge David Prosser, a 12-year veteran of the courts, won reelection over his union-backed opponent.

Judge David Prosser’s total now officially stands at 752,323 votes to challenger Joanne F. Kloppenburg’s 745,007. This spread represents a 0.488% margin and at less than .5% state law provides for a recount effort that does not require a filing fee.

Prosser’s campaign issued a press release saying they were all “very excited” over the results. His challenger said that she will fall back and try to make a decision if they will bother to file for a recount.
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BREAKING, BIG Upset: Prosser Finds 7,000 Votes in Wisconsin??

April 7, 2011 | Filed Under Budget, Conservatives, Democrats/Leftists, Education, Elections, GOP, Government, Liberals, Public Employees Unions, Republicans, Supreme Court, Taxes, Teachers Unions, Unions, Warner Todd Huston, Wisconsin | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

OK, folks, it seems that Waukesha County has discovered a computer error in its vote count which gives Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser 7,000 new votes. This completely changes the game to wipe out the 200 some lead that challenger Kloppenburg had giving Prosser a big win.

Now, I am a big, big advocate of quashing voter fraud so I have to say that I think the state of Wisconsin better look at this VERY closely. The state better make 100% sure that this is a legal outcome, here.

Don’t get me wrong, I am loving the idea that Prosser won this election. But the fact is that the county that these new 7,000 votes were found in is a GOP controlled county and I just can’t rest on this until we are sure this is right.
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Michigan: Teachers Trying to Hide Union Activism in School Email Accounts

March 25, 2011 | Filed Under Budget, Children, Democrats/Leftists, Detroit, Ethics, Government, Judges, Labor Law, Liberals, Michigan, Public Employees Unions, Regulation, Supreme Court, Taxes, Teachers Unions, Unions, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

Michigan’s union thugs have found a new way to hide their on-the-job union activism from the prying eyes of public transparency — or at least they think they have. Activist school teachers are using their state-sponsored email accounts to discuss their strike ideas, their union work slow down ideas and other illegal activities but are claiming that these emails are “personal” and therefore should not be open to Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) requests by the state’s budget hawks, government transparency advocates, and the news media.

Michigan’s Mackinac Center for Public Policy recently reported that the Michigan Education Association has sent out messages to its members that they should exclude any emails sent from school-owned email accounts in FOIA requests because they are “personal” emails and are legally not eligible for FOIA requests.
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VIDEO: Another Lefty Garbles the Citizens United Case

March 3, 2011 | Filed Under 1st Amendment, Citizens United, Congress, Conservatives, Constitution, Democrats/Leftists, Free Speech, Freedom, GOP, Government, Judges, Liberals, Republicans, Supreme Court, Unions, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

Annie Leonard has made another one of her left-wing, hopelessly skewed videos and in this one she employed every unthinking left-wing trope possible to garble the Citizens United case from last year. Well, Lee Doren has unleashed another fantastic take down of Leonard’s nonsense. This one is very much worth sticking through to the end, folks.

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Our Out Of Control Courts: Bankruptcy Courts Now Deciding Cases on Feelings?

January 18, 2011 | Filed Under Crime, Democrats/Leftists, Government, Judges, Law, Liberals, Supreme Court, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

One of the issues that many conservatives have focused on is our out of control court system and the constant judicial overreach that occurs therein. Here we have yet another case of a court insinuating itself into an area in which it previously never had purview and if this decision stands it will open our courts to a flood of court shopping that will turn our legal system further down the wrong road.

At least since the forced busing case of 1971 and the Roe v Wade abortion case, conservatives have been complaining about judges taking undue powers unto themselves. For decades these power mad judges have been expanding their reach to control our lives until even our state and federal legislatures have seemed to give up their rightful role as lawmakers. Once again we have a judge that has reached beyond his proper role.

The case in question is Marshall v. Marshall and, yes, once again Anna Nicole Smith is going before the U.S. Supreme Court — and from beyond the grave at that. The reason a Smith matter is again before the SCOTUS four years after her death is because one of her cases was decided by a federal bankruptcy court in California on reasons that had nothing at all to do with technical bankruptcy rules. The case before the SCOTUS would determine if the bankruptcy court acted properly.
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(Video) I Was a Guest on NRA Radio’s ‘Cam And Company’ Show

December 16, 2010 | Filed Under 2nd Amendment, Congress, Constitution, Democrats/Leftists, Government, Guns, History, James Madison, John Adams, Judges, Law, Liberals, Police, Revolutionary War, Supreme Court, Thomas Jefferson, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

I was a guest on Cameron Gray’s National Rifle Association radio program “Cam and Company” last night.

I was on the program to discuss my article about Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s wrong-headed interpretation of the Second Amendment as one that doesn’t really protect the individual’s right to bear arms.

My article under discussion was: “Supreme Court Justice Breyer: Founders Were For Restricting Guns… Why Breyer is Wrong.”

It was a great segment, I have to say.

Supreme Court Justice Breyer: Founders Were For Restricting Guns… Why Breyer is Wrong

December 14, 2010 | Filed Under 2nd Amendment, Alexander Hamilton, Anti-Americanism, Ben Franklin, Constitution, Democrats/Leftists, Founders, Government, Guns, James Madison, Liberals, Regulation, Sam Adams, Supreme Court, Warner Todd Huston | 1 Comment

-By Warner Todd Huston

On Fox News Sunday, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer spoke of his dissenting decisions in the several Second Amendment cases that he heard as a Justice. He told host Chris Wallace that he thought that James Madison only included the Second Amendment in the Bill of Rights as a sop to the states and Breyer insisted that historians agreed. In essence, Breyer was saying that Madison was not interested in an individual’s right to gun ownership and self-protection and for that reason his dissenting opinions against that individual right accorded well with what the founder’s thought on the issue.

But Breyer’s assumption that a citizen’s right to bear arms is not sacrosanct and his following contention that the founders would agree seems to ignore much of the history of the era not to mention the precedents in law and the historical record upon which the founders relied to define their political ideas — including Madison.

Of course, it is a bit ridiculous to take one lone founder’s words and assume that it represents the opinion of all of them. It is quite easy, after all, to find quotes from any particular founder that in no way reflected even a minority opinion of the day. For instance, Thomas Jefferson once advocated that all laws be dumped every few decades so that the next generation could start over with their own ideas unencumbered by past generations. Even Madison thought that idea was absurd. Hamilton found that many of his most dearly held financial ideas left his fellows cold. John Adams thought that we should call the president “your majesty,” an idea that earned him much derision. And Poor Richard himself, Benjamin Franklin, once proposed that each galaxy had it’s own “God” that ruled in his own sphere meaning that there were infinite gods for infinite galaxies. Not every idea the founders had were gems, to be sure.

Still, Madison spoke with most of his contemporaries, not outside them, when he considered the meaning of the Second Amendment.
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Justice Kilbride: Extreme

October 29, 2010 | Filed Under Crime, Elections, Government, Illinois, Judges, Liberals, Supreme Court, The Law, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off


Illinois Supreme Court Justice Tom Kilbride has spent millions on slick TV ads and direct mail — trying his best to hide his liberal record and portray himself as “independent.”

Today, the Chicago Tribune editorial board blows a hole in Kilbride’s claims of independence, writing:
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Dan Proft Says to Vote NO to Retain Judge Thomas Kilbride

October 23, 2010 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Dan Proft, Democrats/Leftists, Elections, Government, Illinois, Illinois State Government, Judges, Law, Liberals, Supreme Court, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

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