Judges

Chris Christie – Bad On Judges

by Steve MacDonald December 31, 2015
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Chris Christie is a man who speaks big on the campaign trail. When Christie campaigned for governor of New Jersey he was going put an end to judges legislating from the bench, by appointing those that would look at the law not make the law. He has already appointed enough justices to the State Supreme […]

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GrokTALK! – South Korea Consults NH on Right to Know

by Steve MacDonald May 28, 2015
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Some folks from South Korea, complete with interpreters, paid a visit to CNHT and chairman Ed Naile to learn about Right to Know (RTK) as a tool to fight government corruption. Ed shares some details from the meeting, then it’s on to the NH AG, judges, and what passes for Justice in the Granite State. […]

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Ian Underwood – Courcruxes

by GrokWatch News Desk April 14, 2015

Ian Underwood | GrokWatch News Desk Suppose you buy a car made by General Motors.  And there is a problem with the car — the brakes aren’t designed properly, and you’re severely injured in a car crash.  So you want to sue GM. And suppose you’re required to do that in a court that is […]

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Egypt’s New Boss Same as the Old Boss…with a Side of Arab Winter?

by Steve MacDonald November 25, 2012

On Thanksgiving the Muslim Brotherhoods Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi (Morsy) declared himself immune to judicial oversight (See also King, Dictator, Tyrant).  In the name of protecting the revolution no judge may overturn, edit, retract, modify, overrule, or otherwise act in any manner to alter any edict the new King of Egypt utters…until the (cough cough) […]

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