Supreme Court

Government’s “Regulatory Taking” of Private Land
The United States Supreme Court will be hearing a very interesting case this week.  The case of Murrs vs Wisconsin, dealing with the government “taking” their land.
This case involves a Wisconsin family, the Murr’s, who are arguing that the government …
Supreme Hypocrite!
I got a chuckle when I read an editorial by Stephen Henderson in the Detroit Free Press.  He was discussing the United States Supreme Court decision concerning an Arizona case on political redistricting, the justices had to decide whether nonpartisan commissions can replace state legislatures i…
Renk’s Thoughts On Gay Marriage
It is fitting that the President’s current residence is colorless (white being about as colorless as you can get). In some sense it is beautifully symbolic like the white of a wedding dress or funeral attire in some Eastern cultures.
Should the Supreme Court Care?
Many of you may already know that the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to decide at the end of this month on a big and substantial challenge to the Unaffordable Care Act.
That challenge centers around 4 words written in the law.  T...
The Raisins Are Raising The Roof
Did you know that your federal government literally takes part of the raisin farmer’s crops and do not pay them for it, in most cases?
Would you call that theft?
If someone came to you and said we are going to take part of what you grow and/or make and give you nothing for it, is that …
Steve Gruber’s Weekend Edition 3-7-15
Host Steve Gruber takes a look at the Democrat Party to start this Weekend Edition. Democratic Senator from New Jersey Robert Menendez has more than once spoken out against the Obama Administration on issues of immigration and executive action...