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“Our rights come from nature and God, not government” Paul Ryan. It was a remarkable event on many levels when last Saturday morning Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney finally announced his vice-presidential running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan, in a speech in Norfolk, Va. Besides satisfying Romney’s disillusioned, conservative base, Ryan’s speech was a pure philosophical […]
But what I believe is that if a person’s individual rights or right to be a part of our economic system is violated under statute [e.g., Obamacare], we aggressively go after it. But we don’t issue mandates to businesses that you’ve got to do this and you’ve got to do that. – Justice Clarence Thomas […]
To study the jurisprudence of Justice Blackmun is an excursion into a complex labyrinth of the hypocritical, duplicitous and genocidal. Blackmun, a lifelong Republican, was expected to adhere to a conservative interpretation of the Constitution; nevertheless his true progressive colors were soon revealed.
In 1983, five years after her death, Mead’s scientific fraud was exposed to the world by anthropologist Derek Freeman who argued that “the main conclusions of ‘Coming of Age in Samoa’ are, in reality, the figments of an anthropological myth which is deeply at variance with the facts of Samoan ethnography and history.”
One cannot help reading Freud’s anti-Judaism and anti-Christian diatribes in his book “The Future of an Illusion” and not think of two things: First, by attacking religion in such a personally virulent way Freud lacks all objective or scientific credibility and makes himself a victim of his own perverse ideas, namely psychological displacement, which is a psychosis and defense mechanism invented by Freud himself whereby one ascribes his own evil intent or psychopathy to one’s enemies.
One will never understand who President Obama is, the man, unless you have a rudimentary understanding of history, politics, philosophy and economics. Obama is the liberal establishment’s dream: the apotheosis and embodiment of all the fascist, atheist, anti-intellectual, nitwit liberal ideas pontificated in college lecture halls, spoken in university faculty lounges and written in books and academic journals few people have ever read.
This diabolical idea of systematically disenfranchising Christians’ constitutional rights and belittling America’s original Judeo-Christian worldview isn’t unique to professor Tribe nor to history, but in modern times these ideas have a historical link to one of the greatest icons of liberal and progressive jurisprudence – Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.