Mark Levin's speech at the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum

The Right Scoop 4/25/2014


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Sheriff David Clarke Jr. may not be a household name…yet. But he’s well on his way after his rousing speech at the 2014 NRA convention. Consider the standing ovation he received after revealing the seven […]

5 Words A Former Supreme Court Justice Wants To Add To The Constitution to Destroy Its Meaning

Mike Miller Independent Journal Review 2/22/2014

Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens wants to add five words to the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Five words that would incense gun owners across America.

As ratified by the States and authenticated by Thomas Jefferson, then-Secretary of State, the Second Amendment reads:

“A well […]

Justice Stevens on Distinguishing Protest from Incitement

Mark J. Fitzgibbons The American Thinker 4/26/2010

Many liberals are making loaded, unsubstantiated claims that talk radio, the internet, peaceful Tea Party protests, and other conservative speech and associations run the risk of inciting violence. Indeed, in the past it was liberals who not merely came to the defense of such forms of protest, but […]

The worst decision of Justice Stevens

Lexington Lexington’s notebook The Economist 4/14/2010

IN A long and distinguished career, Justice Stevens wrote many decisions that I applaud. I liked his sceptical attitude towards prosecutors, and though I don’t agree with him that the death penalty is unconstitutional, I would certainly agree with him that it should be abolished.

But his opinion in […]

Judge Andrew Napolitano on the retirement of Justice Stevens

Florida Pundit 4/9/2010

Judge Andre Napolitano explains why Obama’s replacement of retiring Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens will be a lot worse than Steven ever was. The replacement will likely be far to the left of Stevens and will be on the Court for decades to come.


Justice Stevens says he’ll decide soon on retiring

Associated Press 4/3/2010

WASHINGTON – Justice John Paul Stevens says he’ll decide soon about retiring — for his own peace of mind and to give President Barack Obama and the Senate plenty of time to replace him.

Stevens turns 90 this month and is the oldest justice. He tells The New York Times that he […]