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Tyranny in America: The Judiciary

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(Author’s Note.  This is a long post, and there is much information to chew on here as well as through the links provided. Consequently I am going to leave this article up for a couple of days.  Thanks for your patience!)

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This post continues the Tyranny in America series, and focuses squarely on Article III of the U.S. Constitution, the Judiciary.  Previous essays on tyranny focused on Articles I and II.  “Judicial tyranny” is most associated with the term ‘judicial activism’, which has its origin in the power of  ‘judicial review’.  Would you be surprised to learn that the Founders’ intent was to have an independent judiciary that served to protect the Constitution?

A look at the Judiciary is not of abstract importance now, as threshold Constitutional issues over which the Courts would seem to have jurisdiction are being dismissed using such crass and common tools as ‘ lack of jurisdictional venue’, ‘lack of standing‘, the ‘political question‘,  delays in decision-making, and minute technical language errors of the filings, such as ‘not stating a claim upon which a remedy can be obtained’.

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