Supreme Conjectural Corruption

As one hundred and sixty million working Americans file the income tax returns that provide funding for the six trillion-dollar US annual budget, and the United States of America‚Äôs seven hundred and thirty-five billionaires pay more or less nothing and laugh at them, Washington DC is abuzz with the fallout from the latest Big Security… Continue reading Supreme Conjectural Corruption

Tea Party Discovers that John Roberts Impeachment is Supremely Problematic

On Thursday, June 28, the Supreme Court upheld the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, thanks to Chief Justice John Roberts figuring out that although the law’s individual mandate to buy health insurance was unconstitutional under the Commerce Clause, it is, nevertheless, just fine and dandy under another part of the Constitution pertaining to Congressional… Continue reading Tea Party Discovers that John Roberts Impeachment is Supremely Problematic