The litany of liberal complaints includes Republicans, Fox News, global warming “deniers,” conservatives’ silly fixation with religious freedom, and the United States Supreme Court.
Has Supreme Court Justice John Roberts been blackmailed or intimidated?
Is it impossible to believe that Obama and his socialist cabal that learned from Saul Alinsky that “the ends justify the means” would hold something over a Supreme Court justice’s head?
The Congress opens its proceedings each day, as does the Supreme Court, with an acknowledgment of the Supreme Being.
Yet we are denied the right to set aside in our schools a moment each day for those who wish to pray.
“I’m not arguing that Hillary spend a lot of time attacking the Court,” she writes.
“I do think it would be very helpful to all of our interest in a decision affirming the law, for [Chief Justice] Roberts and perhaps [Justice Anthony] Kennedy to see negative political consequences to ruling against the government.
Drudge: "INTIMIDATION: Obama directly condemns Supreme Court; Dems cheer." On January 27, the Drudge Report linked to a video clip of the State of the Union speech with the following headline: Napolitano: Obama's "attempt to intimidate" the Supreme Court has "never happened before." On the January 29 edition of Fox News' , Fox News contributor Andrew Napolitano said that the president's comments regarding the Supreme Court decision had "never happened before" and that he had "insulted them to their faces." He claimed that the Supreme Court justices were "guests" at the State of the Union and that "in that environment, [Obama] attacks them in a position where they cannot respond, and then attempts to intimidate them by inducing members of Congress to stand up and applaud, suggesting that he's right and they're wrong." Krauthammer: Obama's comment "I believe is unprecedented." On the January 28 edition of Fox News' , Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer said, "President Obama attacked the Supreme Court at the State of the Union address, which I believe is unprecedented." He called the comments "a direct attack" and "a breach of etiquette which shouldn't have happened." Harding criticized the Supreme Court for overturning the Child Labor Law in his 1922 State of the Union.
In 1922, the Supreme Court found the Child Labor Law of 1919 to be unconstitutional.
Writing in The Washington Post, Maddow asserted last week that the Supreme Court’s “aggressive interventionism has established these nine men and women as the dynamic, creative and disruptive center of U. policy.” “On everything from the states’ systems for drawing legislative districts, to the Affordable Care Act, to voting rights, to the tear-down of campaign finance laws that has supercharged the leverage of the politically inclined super-rich, this court has shown a voracious appetite for finding cases with the potential to disrupt settled policies,” she continued.
“The Supreme Court always matters, but under Chief Justice John G.
It’s an established fact of social science, replicated in surveys dating to the Nixon administration, that conservatives are happier than liberals.