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Reading is Guessing

his is a long article.  Over 9,000 words.  It rambles in places.  I chase down rabbit trails

to the right and to the left.  It includes some solid information and also some humorous anecdotes.  4,419 more words

Government

Beware of Spurned Judges By MILT POLICZER

Courthouse News Service:

“Hell hath no fury like a judge spurned.     

 Anyone thinking of voting out a sitting judge might want to keep that in mind.      40 more words

Government

566.3 - Judicial Tyranny Still Exists - YouTube


Look back at judicial tyranny rulings in the past, concerning ourselves with useless issues, and the problems that need to be fought against. We must fight a…
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Episode 566 - Our Judicial Tyranny

Part 1: Weeping for America The Bible does say to have joy, but there are also scriptures about those that mourn. Learn about the Bible verses that teach God’s people to groan over the issues of their land. 139 more words

judicial vs. judicious

Judicial means of or relating to justice, judgments, or judges.
Judicious means having good judgment; prudent or wise.

Source: Grammarist

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