Understanding the Supreme Court: Roles of the Chief Justice

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      Robin Vander Wall
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      By Stephen Wermiel . . . When Chief Justice John Roberts takes his place in the middle seat on the bench, he is performing his most visible and widely
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      Tim Lawver

      So when the house burns down we will know who disabled the fire alarms. Our constitution, including the bill of rights, is nearly dismantled. If the constitution was not in hand for MR. PACKINGHAM OR THE OTHER 1000 JAILED FOR ACCESSING FB THEN IT IS NOT IN HAND FOR ANYONE!

      The collection of metadata on every american is underway. That’s weather you’ve been convicted of a crime or not. The databases in the end will be used for party security and NOT for the protection of individual liberty. This is so because that is where the payday is. If anything humans are creatures of habit and 20 trillion is quite a habit indeed.

      THE SORS provided the opportunity for DOMESTIC ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE, and Mr. Roberts is just fine with that as was Mr. Scalia. The same can be said for FISA SECRET COURTS too. SO much for the peoples right to know. (Www.EFF.org)

      ONE TERRORIST IS AS GOOD AN EXCUSE AS ANOTHER.

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