Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – April 6 –
This article publishes some of my thoughts.
Excerpt from that article:
John Fund puts his finger on why the president’s words were so disturbing:
The implication of [the president’s statement] was that he hasn’t heard of Marbury v. Madison, in which the Supreme Court laid down the doctrine of judicial review in 1803, and by which the Court can strike down unconstitutional laws. Indeed, since 1981, the Court has struck down 57 specific legislative acts of Congress, an average of two per year. …
So it is surreal for Obama, a former constitutional-law professor and president of the Harvard Law Review, to go after the court as if he were a demagogue seeking reelection. As the Wall Street Journal put it: “Obama’s inner community organizer seems to be winning out over the law professor.”
Some of the laws declared unconstitutional were supported…some strongly. So, Obamacare does not enjoy immunity from being declared unconstitutional as President Obama has suggested.
This is not only my opinion. It becomes an established idea…which is publicly stated by other prominent people.
Laurence Tribe…from Harvard… Obama Misspoke on Supreme Court
Jonathan Turley’s assessment:
Holder’s statement on judicial activism will likely only further alienate some judges and possible some justices.
Even some liberals believe the president went too far yesterday. Ruth Marcus, an editorial writer who covers the Supreme Court for the Washington Post, said Obama’s assault “stopped me cold . . . for the president to imply that the only explanation for a constitutional conclusion contrary to his own would be out-of-control conservative justices does the court a disservice.” It was a mistake for Obama to “declare war” on the court, says Jon Meacham, a contributing editor of Time magazine.
President Obama’s act of publicly stating misinformation is disturbing to say the least. He may be capable of other irresponsible acts.
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A $25 order will get free shipping.
I’ve had Sanyo AA and AAA batteries for several months now, and I like them.
I’ve also noticed that they are a little larger in diameter than Energizer batteries.
I use them in my flashlight, mouse, camera, et cetera. They last a long time without recharging in the flashlight, mouse, and camera.
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I purchased 1 oz. of Tea Tree oil for about $6.
Just a little dab, will do ya.
I had an ear canal infection about January 10. As of February 16, it’s completely cured.
Vitamin C is a natural antibiotic, and I used a lot of vitamin C during that time. I’m not talking pills, I’m talking clementine's, strawberries, broccoli, cauliflower, et cetera.
I used an ear syringe to flush out the ear canal, and I used hydrogen peroxide.
I put hydrogen peroxide soaked cotton balls inside my ear to prevent germs, etc. from getting onto my pillow and bed.
I was concerned about gangrene. If blood circulation is cut off, gangrene can result.
I also used “sweet oil” in my ear canal.
Getting back to Tea Tree Oil: They advertise that it is antibiotic, anti-fungus, and anti-virus. I applied it to various areas of my body, and it’s effective as far as I’m concerned.