Supreme Court & Justice Breyer

A Supreme Court is the highest court within the hierarchy of many legal jurisdictions. Stephen Gerald Breyer (born August 15, 1938) is an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Appointed by President Bill Clinton in 1994, and known for his pragmatic approach to constitutional law, Breyer is generally associated with the more liberal side of the Court. 5.0/5

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The answer to non-question about eligibility is at end of transcript of my intv from '11 w/Justice Breyer: https:/…
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With McCutcheon decision before the Supreme Court, the Left signals fascist, collectivist and utilitarian standards for evaluating First Amendment freedoms, completely abandoning libertarian liberty standards. Josh Blackman, for instance, notices Justice Breyer's "reasoning" which included a citation of Rousseau, the French thinker barely registering upon the Constitution's framers: "I wonder, and fear, that Breyer’s opinion may signal a shifting trend in broader thought on free speech on the left. With respect to speech, modern-day liberalism seems to be drifting away from protecting free speech, and more towards state-imposed equality" in speech.
After the U.S. Supreme Court issued a 5-4 decision Wednesday that threw out a cap on the total amount wealthy donors can give to federal candidates in an election season, Democrats and self-proclaimed do-gooders cried foul at the prospect of more big money's tainting Washington politics. Federal law continues to cap individual contributions to congressional candidates at $5,200, but the McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission decision eliminated the $48,600 cap on the total individuals can contribute to candidates and the $74,600 cap on donations to political committees. An online New York Times story announced, "The ruling, issued near the start of a campaign season, will change and very likely increase the already large role money plays in American politics." Stop, please. I beg you. The hypocrisy is appalling. The Center for Responsive Politics' OpenSecrets.org estimates that GOP biggie Sheldon Adelson and his wife 'bulldozed' (owww...powerword) $93 million into conservative super PACs in 2012. Does ...
If you're having trouble viewing this email, you may see it online. Share: Tracking Liberal Media Bias Since 1996 Thursday April 03, 2014 @ 09:55 AM ET 1. Networks Promote President's ObamaCare Trash Talk, Leave Out Republican Soundbites While ABC, NBC, and CBS all hyped President Obama slamming Republican opposition to ObamaCare during his Tuesday "victory lap" in the White House Rose Garden, the network coverage that evening and Wednesday morning did not include a single GOP soundbite on the topic. On Tuesday's ABC World News, White House correspondent Jon Karl proclaimed: "It looked like a victory celebration, and the beginning of a new campaign." A clip ran of Obama asserting: "The debate over repealing this law is over. The Affordable Care Act is here to stay." 2. Bob Schieffer and Brian Williams Push Liberal Reaction to SCOTUS Campaign Finance Decision Both CBS's Bob Schieffer and NBC's Brian Williams cried foul on Wednesday evening at the Supreme Court striking down the cap on overall political don ...
The system is rigged Don Hazen replies3 (2 days ago) "You may have heard about the new book, "Flash Boys" by Michael Lewis, about how the stock market is rigged by super-fast computer trading; or perhaps you saw Lewis tell the story on 60 Minutes Sunday night. But it's not just the stock market that is rigged. The whole system is rigged. With Wednesday’s decision in McCutcheon v. FEC, the Supreme Court has doubled down on Citizen's United crushing the last aspect of campaign finance reform. It is now official, or perhaps more "official." Plutocracy = The United States of America. The rich will rule at levels beyond our imagination even just a few years ago. Justice Breyer writing for the four Justices who don't represent the billionaire class said the decision undermines the political integrity of our governmental institutions: "It creates a loophole that will allow a single individual to contribute millions of dollars to a political party or to a candidate’s campaign. …What has this to do with corr ...
Associate Justice Stephen G. Breyer of the Supreme Court of the United States Makes 2014 Clifford Symposium Ke...
For my friends who have some hesitation to vote for Romney, I'd just ask you to keep these things in mind: 1. Justice Scalia just turned 78 2. Justice Kennedy will turn 78 later this yr 3. Justice Breyer will be 76 in Aug 4. Justice Ginsburg turned 81 about a wk ago. In addition, Justice Ginsburg has Pancreatic Cancer. 5 Justice Stephens has already said he would retire & is just waiting for Obama to be reelected. The next president could appoint as many as 5 new Justices over the next 4 yrs, or over the next 8 yrs if a new President gets a 2nd term. This election is about much more than the Obama-Care Tax. Whomever we elect as president in Nov is almost certainly going to choose at least 1 new member of the Supreme Court, in addition to hundreds of other life-tenured federal judges, all of whom will be making momentous decisions about our lives for decades to come." If you don't think it matters whether the guy making those calls is Mitt Romney or Barack Obama, Think Again. So, for anybody who is thinkin ...
To: Young Democrats (18 - 29) 10/20/12 We have recently seen on TV that young voters (18-29 years old) prefer President Obama by a wide margin (70% support in Florida). However we also learn that motivation to get out and vote is much lower than in 2008. Your organization needs to push strongly on getting out the vote by providing young people reasons to vote. For those who think that President Obama has not done a good enough job, ask them to follow the presentation at: . Click on Download and then open. Several slides have voice narrative. You may have to wait 3 or 4 seconds for the voice to start. (FYI the material for this presentation was put together by an old white male, the PP presentation and voice was done by a bright young Hispanic.) For those who need additional incentive to get out and vote, please remind them of the Supreme Court which is probably the most important issue of this election for young Americans. The direction of social justice and equality for our country for the next 30 or s ...
Today was the Opening Day of the U.S. Supreme Court, and there was some awkward settling-in, as Justice Breyer could not find his new locker number and Chief Justice Roberts had left his lunch money at home.
In my "Ideal World" all name calling, dirty tricks, and spin in regards to politics would stop. Then we could have honest conversations about issues. One party believes government can solve all problems. The other party believes smaller government is best. These two concepts need to be debated, but I also believe the most important debate that MUST be held is the Supreme Court. Supreme Court Justices are placed in office for LIFE. President Obama in 2010 and 2011 placed Justice Sotamayor and Justice Kagan on the court. Both of these ladies are in their late 40's. The next President will place 3 more judges on the court if Justice Breyer, Ginsburg, and Scalia retire as anticipated. A President's policies last a few years. The Supreme Court's ploicies last for decades. Do you want the court 7-2 liberal or 6-3 conservative for decades. This is the most important debate of all. A liberal court will further remove our Lord out of our lives and shift the values this country was built on. ...
"Stephen Breyer has always been an Associate Justice on the U.S. Supreme Court." Those kids today and their mindset!
Bush Sr appointed Justice Breyer to Supreme Court; he is SOLID LIBERAL VOTE
Say what you like about the policy of of the Affordable Care Act-- that issue still is and should be up for a a vigorous debate among all Americans. What does leave me satisfied about the ruling is that Chief Justice Roberts writing the majority opinion with the 'liberal' justices shows that, at least insofar as possible, the Supreme Court is not an overtly political institution. I would be expressing the same feeling if the ruling had gone the other way with Justice Ginsburg or Justice Breyer writing the opinion. So, let us engage in an intelligent policy discussion; the court has left the legislating up to legislators and the voters who elect them, which is how it should be. It's nice to know that there is one branch of the Federal Government whose legitimacy has not been entirely eroded by political gamesmanship.
Today was a big day for the Supreme Court! Two very significant cases were decided - one a petition to revisit the Citizen's United case that defined corporations as able to make political expenditures, and the other being the immigration and perceived racial profiling laws in Arizona. Citizens United was again over-ruled, allowing corporations to continue independent expenditures to political campaigns. The dissenting opinions by Justice Breyer, Ginsberg, Sotomayor, and Keegan stated they believe that political expenditures by corporations can and does have corruption effects. What do YOU think?? Read the ruling and dissenting opinion here: full slip readings from the Supreme Court, go here:
Please mark your calendars today and remember where you were and what you were doing when you heard the Supreme Court’s ruling on Citizens United ruling and Montana’s challenge to it. June 25 2012 will be remembered as the day our American democracy died. Everyone alive at the time remembers where they were on September 22, 1963 and September 11, 2001. With this ruling upholding Citizens United’s control over the states to regulate the limits on campaign funding, the Supreme Court has effectively given that control over to corporations. This Presidential Election will decide if that decision will stand or be overturned after the president appoints two more Justices to replace Justice Ginsberg and Justice Breyer, who are retiring. How important is this election to the idea of an American democracy on any scale? Monumental. Historic. Not since the ratification of the Articles of Confederation has an election meant so much to the future of this country. Should this ruling be upheld by future Courts Ju ...
If the Supreme Court upholds the Affordable Care Act... Fox will break the news that Obama and ACORN robbed Justice Breyer
Jesper Nymund I'm not usually inclined to see conspiracies behind everything but what's going on with Justice Breyer? Members of the Supreme Court don't get burglarized. Period. Let alone twice within one year and in the first case by a machete wielding intruder. I'm beginning to suspect a campaign of intimidation here. The point being made -- none too subtly -- is that we know where you live and we can get at you any time we so chose. Breyer is after all the most outspoken liberal member of the present SCOTUS and has been absolutely scathing in his public criticism of the Roberts' Court's judicial overreach especially the Citizen's United decision opening the floodgates for corporate cash to buy elections. I'm not suggesting Charles and David Koch are personally ordering petty criminals to burglarize Breyer's residence and vacation home. Under strict orders to not actually harm the geezer since that could have severe political implications. They'll have people for those kind of wet and dirty jobs. Or may ...
The Truth Act There are many things that threaten America today. Debt. Terrorism. Entitlement mentality. Constitutional ignorance. Civic laziness. Corruption. There is no greater threat to America, however, than the dubious work of many Representatives and Senators in the Legislative Branch of the United States government. Last week’s Supreme Court oral arguments in NFIB v. Sebelius demonstrated that the legislative branch is not doing its job, which is to craft bills that are coherent, confined and understood. The 2,700-page Obamacare law is not only a violation of common sense, it risks the implosion of America because few in Congress read or understood the bill before voting for it. The audacity to govern in such a way is beyond reproach. It puts the future of American’s health, livelihood and republican form of government at risk. The Supreme Court buckled under the Affordable Care Act’s size and ambiguity. Justices insinuated that the bill was too cumbersome – even for them. Justice Breyer sa ...
Justice Breyer and Justice Scalia appeared before the Judiciary Committee on October 5 to discuss the role of Supreme Court Justices under the Constitution. ...
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