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In Trump v. Roberts, You be the Judge

A spat  between President Trump and Chief Justice Roberts, in which Mr. Trump called a judge who had ruled against his administration’s asylum policy “an Obama judge,” causing Justice Roberts’ protestations that “We do not have Obama judges or Trump … Continue reading

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Harvard Law School Must Teach its Students Better

I thought it was just me. I thought that only I misunderstood the proper meaning of the word “must,” and erroneously thought that when applied to a judge, it forced him or her to perform, or refrain from performing, a … Continue reading

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The Price of Injustice of Our Justice System

I used the following piece as an experiment of sorts, checking whether justice is a liberal value, a conservative value, or a professional value for legal professionals. To check its appeal to liberals I submitted it as an op-ed first … Continue reading

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Is the US a republic, or is it a monarchy?

Before you laugh at the question, consider the fascinating fact which I learned when suing a bunch of federal judges for the obvious fraud they committed while adjudicating my case: in their defense those judges invariably claimed to have what … Continue reading

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Federal judges: American Ahmadinejads

The first thing that comes to mind when hearing the name of Iranian ex-president Ahmadinejad is “a Holocaust denier.” Infamously, he organized cartoon contests mocking the Holocaust, and at every opportunity denied that it ever happened. Why? Not because he … Continue reading

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Do we hear what we say?

Give this NPR segment a listen. Two journalists are discussing how judges make their decision, and the biases they allow to creep in. Nowhere is evaluation of parties’ argument is even mentioned as part of the procedure (leave alone it … Continue reading

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Why do we address federal judges “your honors?”

Sure, by now it’s just a custom; but but this custom had to start somewhere. And I wonder why it goes on, given that federal judges are by no stretch of imagination honest, upstanding, or honorable people. Could the demand … Continue reading

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The greatest literary discovery of the century: Shakespeare’s Sonnet 66a

There is a glaring omission in Shakespeare’s Sonnet 66 that so masterfully enumerates tragic absurdities of human existence – the absence of any mention of grotesqueness of the judicial system. The only possible reason for this gap I can think … Continue reading

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Was my lawsuit to kick Lady Justice from federal courthouses “frivolous” as Judge Lorna Shofield ruled? Not so, per New York Times

Give this interesting New York Times’ piece, titled Supreme Injustice a read. It fully confirms what has been proven on this blog time and again – that federal judicial process is thoroughly arbitrary, that it has nothing whatsoever to do with evaluation … Continue reading

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Deducing what’s “justice” from what’s “obstruction of justice”

A while back, I had an interesting exchange with a lady who ran an academic “Center for Justice.” (There are plenty of grandiloquently named organizations, academic or otherwise, with “justice” as a centerpiece of their name – not many of … Continue reading

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