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 ››
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 funding generator for election campaigns. The magnitude and seriousness … Continue Reading ››
January 2, 2018
Governor Tom Wolf
Office of the Governor
508 Main Capitol Building
Harrisburg, PA 17120
Superior Court President
Judge Susan Gantman
200 Four Falls Corp Ctr
West Conshohocken 19428
Re: Dismissal of Appeal for Hard Copies?
On August 14th and October 27, 2017, I had submitted briefs via the e-file system, on the appeal of the foreclosure on my home. Even though it was still in litigation, the courts would not delay the Sheriff sale on May 31,, 2017, evidence the outcome of this case has been predetermined. On November 8, 2017, I received an order stating the Prothonotary had tried to reach me via telephone multiple times, … Continue Reading ››
When former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane received a campaign contribution from billionaire, twice convicted mobster Louis DeNaples, she returned it. But that did not stop the media in Pennsylvania from heavily reporting on it. The media further made a huge deal that District Attorney Stephen Zappala also got donations from DeNaples, resulting in his withdrawing from his candidacy for Pennsylvania Attorney General last year.
However, Pennsylvania media outlets did not seem to have a problem with seven Appellate judges who also have donations from … Continue Reading ››
The renowned journal the Legal Intelligencer recently revisited an embarrassing industry topic in an article entitled "Why Do Pennsylvania's Courts Suffer From Chronic Scandal?" While the author included its numerous infamous scandals as evidence, they fell short in answering their own question. It is answered here. The failure to remedy the situation itself speaks volumes, with an obvious aversion to interfering with the status quo... the reason is simple and not unique to Pennsylvania.
The legal industry is by far the largest source of political campaign funding and it is dependent upon the judiciary … Continue Reading ››
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
James Madison once observed that “[t]he essence of government is power; and power, lodged as … Continue Reading ››
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