Category Archives: Law and legal stuff

I do not believe the Constitution says . . .

I wrote most of this some time ago.  It still seems relevant: Recently, I have greatly emphasized the importance of what I often call the “cold war interpretation of the Constitution” (see my articles:  Thoughts on the cold war interpretation of … Continue reading

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Thoughts on a remnant of feudal society: “legalism”

Here’s a thought I had: I have often said that we are still in a reaction to feudalism.  But, to be more precise, its not really feudalism we’re reacting to but an aspect of it:  legalism.  This is something that … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘rights pit’ – using the principle of rights, politics, and the law, for personal problems

I found this article, most of which I wrote a long time ago, and which is rather interesting.  At first I wondered about it but I can see that there is a truth in it.  What its basically saying is … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the competency, legitimacy, and mentality of American law, and other legal things

Over the years I have thought a lot on the competency and legitimacy of American law.  I particularly have great and tremendous doubts about its mentality and logic, which seems horribly warped and oddball to me.  Here are some of my … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the cold war interpretation of the U.S. Constitution: distortion “in the name of the Constitution”

I tend to believe that the cold war created a unique interpretation of the U.S. Constitution.  It is a very unique interpretation, one that, in my opinion, has become erroneous and false. In fact, I feel that the cold war distorted the U.S. Constitution.  Not only … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the female and Victorian society – “being Victorian green” – the females envy of the male and the ‘female envy culture’

Here’s a thought I had: While reading some accounts from a lady in the 1800’s a theme appeared which I’ve known for some time.  Basically this is that during the Victorian era many females developed a particularly strong envy of the male.  I … Continue reading

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Thoughts on “pulling an American” – seeing the worst and making a political/legal issue out of it

I have found that many of us are getting tired of how many Americans see the worst in people and then make a political or legal issue out of it.  This is so prevalent that I often jokingly call it “pulling an … Continue reading

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