Actually, it is the State of Maine that is the latest State to go gay marriage.  Maine’s legislators voted for gay marriage and Maine’s Governor John Baldacci quickly signed the bill into law. This is actually good news because it makes it easier to understand all the quirks and queer turns written law can take.  […]

All the wonderful rights God gave you are called “unalienable Rights” in the Declaration of Independence, so whose idea was it to put them to a vote?  The assembly of lawyers and other scoundrels otherwise known as the Constitutional Convention knew the “unalienable Rights” of the Declaration of Independence stood in the way of a […]

The Chief Justice is required by the Constitution of September 17, 1787 to preside at the impeachment of the President of the United States.  Imposing this duty on the Chief Justice makes the Chief Justice an employee, but that doesn’t make the Constitution of September 17, 1787 a contract.   The Constitution of the United States […]

Mayday mayday mayday is an international distress signal, when combined with May 1, the date President of the United States Dwight Eisenhower, established as Law Day you get a current worldwide signal of distress about the sad state of the law. While the Swine Flu is keeping much of the socialist world from marking May […]

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