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April 2018

CongressLawSupreme Court

Congressional Control Over SCOTUS

Riley J. Hood – Chairman, Milwaukee County Constitution Party “The wicked walk on every side, when the vilest of men are exalted.” Psalm 12:8 It is past time for Congress to assume responsibility and do their jobs. Regarding the tyranny that is the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS), Congress can legislate exceptions to federal appellate jurisdiction. The Constitution says regarding jurisdiction (Article 3, Section 3, Clause 2) “In all the other cases before mentioned, the Supreme Court shall have appellate Jurisdiction both as to law and fact, with such Exceptions and under such Regulations as the Congress shall make.” Note that…
CP of Wisconsin
April 21, 2018
13th AmendmentLaw

“It’s Just a Stupid Cake!”  Fine, Design It Yourself Then!

Last December, the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) heard opening remarks on a case of Colorado baker Jack Phillips who back in 2012 refused to create a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.  The couple filed a complaint with the Colorado Civil Rights Commission. According to the Reuters© article, SCOTUS will be deciding “whether Phillips action was constitutionally protected and he can avoid punishment for violating Colorado’s anti-discrimination law.” The case will be decided next June. Let’s focus on the far more dangerous nonsense that has been foisted on the American people, that a state-created civil rights commission can override the 1st…
CP of Wisconsin
April 7, 2018
Finances

Republicans, You Only Want to Talk About Economic Issues? OK, You Asked For It!

Republicans are always saying, “Social issues are a distraction from the real issue of creating jobs and growing the economy.” Here is the dirty little truth – The Republican Party is at war with itself. There is a death struggle going on in the GOP between economics-only neocons and a dwindling number of social conservatives/evangelicals who should quite frankly come up out of the Republican Party and join the Constitution Party.   If Republicans only want to talk about economic issues, fine. Let’s do it. “What is your timetable for ending the Federal Reserve, Republicans?”   Either Republicans support or…
CP of Wisconsin
April 7, 2018