Ladies and gents, we are not looking at a two-tiered system of justice. We are witnessing the undermining of the rule of law and the equal application of justice, purposefully and intentionally.
“If you dislike Donald Trump that is your right to do so. However, if you dislike the rule of law that is supposed to govern these United States of America, we have a problem. The indictment of a former US President who is also a declared candidate for president is highly disconcerting, especially when one considers the nature of the so-called "charges,” observes Allen West, Executive Director of the American Constitutional Rights Union in his latest OPED for TownHall.com.
On March 20, my friend and former Justice Department colleague J. Christian Adams published the first article in our series of exposés, “Do They Teach Law?” We examine what’s actually being taught at the top 10 law schools, as ranked by U.S. News and World Report.
It was interesting to read the reports on the SOTU speech from both political perspectives. One side addressed the false statements that were made about our economy. The other side lauded the speech and, instead of questioning the ranting and yelling, applauded it as a display of vigor and energy. It put me in remembrance of something my dad used to say, "Boy, an empty wagon makes a lot of noise."
We live in a constitutional republic, not a constitutional monarchy. We abide by the Law, which exists to protect our rights, freedoms, and liberties. We are not bound to obey, or be ruled by, edicts, orders, mandates, decrees, and rules which reflect more ideology than constitutionality.
Progressive socialists, leftists, fascists, Marxists, and communists always employ and deploy an organized mob to do their bidding.