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Prediction Realized: Downfall of the Pennsylvania Judiciary

 AN ABUSE OF POWER: HOW THE PENNSYLVANIA SUPREME COURT USES ARTICLE V, SECTION 10(C) OF THE PENNSYLVANIA CONSTITUTION TO DOMINATE PROCEDURAL LAWMAKING, AND WHY PENNSYLVANIA SHOULD AMEND THIS CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISION
Jason Bologna, Esq. Copyright (c) 1998 Temple University of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education
Introduction
James Madison once observed that “[t]he essence of government is power; and power, lodged as … Continue Reading ››

The Dead Weight of the PHRC: $8 Million to Investigate Black Golf Discrimination & Employ Cronies

With an $8 million dollar budget and no legitimate  way to fund it, the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission continues to bleed taxpayers with cronyism and affirmative action appeasement.  While the Commission is supposed to protect all citizens against discrimination, the only thing the Commission has done recently is  investigate discrimination against each other.

Chairman Robinson is OUT

After allegations of racism and discrimination ending in the removal of  Chairman Gerald S. Robinson in 2017,    Governor Wolf  replaced him … Continue Reading ››

Stoopid Pennsylvanians – You Keep Voting the Scum Back In

Judge Dan Pelligrini
Judge P. Kevin Brobson
Judge Gardner Colins
         

These three Senior judicial thugs decided that our "Legislators did not intend to include the Courts" in the Whistleblower laws.  They pulled this stunt with a surrealistic opinion claiming that the Courts are not Commonwealth Agencies.  Huh..come again?

Read it for yourself- Here an older man who worked for the Courts, clearly lost … Continue Reading ››

The American Judicial Branch: A Magnet for Organized Crime and the Epitome of Failed Capitalism

Thanks to Shakespeare's tongue-in-cheek infamous quote, we have become desensitized to the dishonesty of lawyers, but it's no joke.  They now populate the majority of the Legislature, the Executive and the Judicial Branches, and all lawyers belong to the same labor union – the State  bar associations.  This has effectively removed the separation of powers necessary to maintain democracy.   With power no longer divided,  this closed club has created a lingering obligation and dependency between the legal industry and politicians, turning the civil courts into little more than a … Continue Reading ››