Chief Justice John Roberts joined the ranks of congressional Democrats recently when he criticized President Trump for calling a fellow justice an "Obama judge". He was wrong on two counts. First, his position on the court demands political neutrality, which he violated. Secondly, as most of the world knows, federal, as well as state courts, honor this principle nearly as much in the breach as in observance. So Trump was speaking truthfully while Roberts was speaking wistfully. Republicans recognize that Trump's most important duty now as restoring "original intent" as a basis for Constitutional interpretation of law, seeking the Founders' original intent. In other words, to avoid the meandering, imaginative wishful thinking of liberal judges and justices. Justice Antonin Scalia was a famous proponent of "textualism", close to a strict reading of our Constitution. Roberts made a serious mistake in publically exposing his political opinion. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is also infamous for publically criticizing Trump, calling him, among other things, "a faker." She should recuse herself from any cases involving the President, due to prejudice. Roberts ends with, "The independent judiciary is something we should all be thankful for.” I would agree; when we get independence in judicial decision-making, instead of personal opinion, we should all be thankful.


I could have saved a lot of words last week by just saying we need to build a wall at our southern border to protect our sovereignty from massive illegal, foreign invasion. Countless millions of lives, over some 230 years, have been spent in developing an exceptional Judeo-Christian nation under law and order. No nation in world history has been more generous with its blood and treasure than The United States of America. We have been a friend in need (and in deed) to billions of people, and have rarely asked for compensation.

"The entity chiefly responsible for organizing and leading this horde of migrants – euphemistically dubbed a “caravan” by most media outlets – is Pueblo Sin Fronteras (PSF, “People Without Borders”), a Chicago-based nonprofit organization founded in 2001 by Roberto Corona, a Mexican-born activist dedicated to promoting the rights of illegal aliens in the United States. PSF is a sister group to two other Chicago-based entities, Centro Sin Fronteras (CSF) and its outgrowth, La Familia Latina Unida (LFLU, “The United Latin Family”). PSF is a member of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON), which seeks to “protect and expand [the] civil, labor, and human rights” of day laborers in America, of whom approximately 75% are illegal aliens. (FRONTPAGE MAG, November 28, 2018.)

What strange frame of mind has entered into this most recent hoard of illegal aliens charging our southern border? Do they think Americans will just lay down to be trampled? Only a Democrat would want that!