Dennis Prager at the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on the Constitution hearing entitled “Google and Censorship through Search Engines” in Washington, D.C. on July 16, 2019. Dennis also answers speaks with Senator Marsha Blackburn after giving his written statement.Read More »
Last month, the Ninth Circuit of the Federal Courts, which includes eight western states and some territories, held one of its en banc sessions. Because of the size of this Court, which includes 29 active judgeships, an en banc panel doesn’t include all of the judges but only a so-called “draw” of 11. Important cases get this treatment. In June, for the first time in memory, the draw of 11 featured a majority of judges appointed by a Republican president.
This says nothing about the outcome of the case or whether it will prove a blockbuster, but it tells everyone that President Trump and Senate Majority Leader McConnell’s focused efforts to restore balance to all of the circuits are paying off.
President Trump has seen 41 of his circuit court nominees confirmed.
It’s a revolution for fairness on the courts and for all litigants and one voters should in 2020 should endorse continuing.Read More »
Frustration, rage and disgust over the homeless crisis in Los Angeles threatens a political revolution that could bring profound nationwide consequences. A group of activists has mounted a campaign to recall Mayor Eric Garcetti for his smug, inept handling about the swelling plague of transient encampments, filthy streets and homeless crime, despite authorization for more than a billion dollars in added spending to counter the problems.
The more local government spends on homeless services, the more transients flock to the city and befoul its streets and its parks. If the activists get 300,000 signatures on their petitions, Garcetti could be voted out of office in the middle of his term—sending a message to cities everywhere that the public’s fed up with a feckless coddling as quality of life, public health, and common decency disastrously decline.Read More »
Hugh Hewitt invites Pete Peterson, Dean of School of Public Policy at Pepperdine University, to share his thoughts on a piece by Victor Davis Hanson, “America’s First Third-World State.” Hewitt and Peterson also discuss California and its effect on national politics and 2020 presidential platforms.Read More »