Yesterday I wrote an essay titled The Supreme Court’s Opinion in “Bridgegate” is Not Novel. The Supreme Court simply applied statutory law governing an appeal by two political actors in the State of New Jersey. My essay fully explains defendant’s actions together with the reasoning of the Court to find defendants not guilty. I explained why that opinion was … Continue reading What are the Limits of Politics in America?
Last week the Supreme Court overturned two lower court convictions of political allies of then-Governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie. The political allies were Bridget Kelly and William Baroni, Jr. who plotted to back up traffic on the George Washington Bridge connecting Fort Lee, New Jersey to Manhattan. Their reason was to “punish” the mayor of … Continue reading The Supreme Court’s Decision in “Bridgegate” is not Novel
Freedom is applicable only to persons. Many of us – me included — believe every person has a natural right to freedom. That right means the ability to do whatever you wish, without interference from other persons or the government, so long as it does not infringe any of the natural rights of others. Liberty refers to a … Continue reading Freedom, Liberty, Covid-19 and the Constitution