Rule of Law/Belief

  I published what follows soon after the president’s executive order(s) seeking a pause in re-admitting citizens from 7 Middle East nations were halted by a judge who said he was performing his constitutional duty by halting the application of the president’s executive order because of the U.S. constitution’s guarantee of equal rights. Amendment 14, … More Rule of Law/Belief

Law and Human Rights

Today Canada’s Federal opposition party leader wants to reach out to the American family who allegedly lost a member in Afghanistan to a young dual Canadian citizen who has been judicially awarded several million dollars from the government of Canada’s ruling party for not upholding the dual citizen’s human rights while he was being held … More Law and Human Rights

Looking over the Drudge headlines I spotted one today, July 4, 2017; by Pat Buchanan that questioned whether America exists as a nation anymore reminding me that I’d written something along those lines a while back. “Is America still a nation?” I haven’t read Mr. Buchanan’s article even though I really want to, maybe because … More

Legal Experts

When Mr. Trump, before becoming President Trump, said he’d ban immigrants from certain countries, journalists said experts knew that such a ban would be unconstitutional. I couldn’t find a clause in the online text of the U.S Constitution that said such a ban would be unconstitutional. Previous decisions against previous versions of the ban were … More Legal Experts

Human Rights and Law

I keep hearing about human rights lawyers joining religious authorities to protect people from immigration law enforcement. For a long time now I’ve suspected that human rights are a global concern that I never used to hear mentioned publicly. Law was all I remember; like when I was a kid the one thing I know … More Human Rights and Law