A while back, several years ago actually when Michael Ben Ari was in the Knesset, he had a tizzy about something that the Supreme Court did or other and called them a “Junta.” I have a strong dislike for Ben Ari since he embodies collective ignoramus anger. 521 more words
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When my sister was about four or five years old, she had long, thick, blonde, curly hair that hung down almost to her waist. Every morning, as my mother brushed her hair (that was in the days when one brushed out curly hair), my sister would cry out in pain: “You’re torturing me! 726 more words
Ted Cruz brought it up, so I’ll continue running with it.
The freshman U.S. senator from Texas accused the U.S. Supreme Court of engaging in “judicial activism” when it refused to review state cases relating to same-sex marriage. 332 more words
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“The upholding of this law means that the Israeli court system, along with the state, supports the practice of segregation within Israel and against Israeli citizens of Palestinian origin.
The Rajabi building is located in Wadi al Hussein and also between the Kiryat Arba settlement and the old city of Hebron. Photo EAPPI/M. Prisco. … 242 more words
The Israeli Supreme Court will hear the Cremisan court case today. This is the final hearing in an 8-year long battle against the building of the separation wall in the area west of Bethlehem known as the Cremisan valley. 98 more words