Civil War is Coming

Justice Anthony M. Kennedy Quits the Supreme Court Just in Time to Save the Republican Party

June 28th, 2018

When constituents can no longer trust the government they must succumb to, they tend to find ways to inhibit the progress of the opposed. There's potential for US Civil War in the 21st century; the change of guard came with a dramatic shift in opinion. What was important yesterday is no longer important today. The American Left was dealt a heavy blow on June 27, 2018 when a 30-year, Reagan appointed, Justice from the Supreme Court, retired. Justice Anthony M. Kennedy's exit may well be the boost the current administration needs to rally the Republican base as they look forward to the 2020 presidential election and more closely at the 2018 mid-term elections. If the Republicans can slip by this November and still have a majority vote in the senate, there will be little to get in the way of Trump’s agenda, except maybe a revolution.

On June 27, 2018, Justice Anthony M. Kennedy made his final judgment. It was a decision against labor unions and for workers who were forced to pay dues to a union who they did not belong to, but had been a beneficiary in labor contracts developed by the union. The ruling was handed down and the court was emptied. No one knew at the time that Justice Kennedy would be making a call to the White House soon after and then making a visit to President Trump shortly after that. His visit to see the President was his way of acknowledging his role in shaping the United States. He was an honorable justice that served the United States, and the Constitution, well. In a letter he wrote and gave to the President he says,

“Please permit me, by this letter, to express my profound gratitude for having the privilege to seek in each case how best to know, interpret, and defend the Constitution and the laws that must always conform to its mandates and promises.”

His decision to retire and leave the highest court was, to the outside world, unexpected. Those who follow politics were instantly aware of what this decision would mean to the upcoming, mid-term elections. Republican were in a particularly tough spot. Debate over the Trump Doctrine and how that would shape the elections in fall were slowly beginning to wear on the White House and many pundits. It was unclear if the Republican base, Trump’s bread and butter, would come out to vote in November and help keep the majority in both the Congress and the Senate. Now, with the retirement of Justice Kennedy, it’s going to be a lot harder for the Democrats to produce enough votes to overcome the rally of Republican voters who will come out in support of a Republican controlled Supreme Court.

“Of course I’ll vote this year!” says, William Fairweather. He’s happy to see that there is now a reason to go out and vote. “If we don’t want to see the Democrats make laws that exclude the moral majority, then voting is the only way to be sure we get what we want.” “If it works, why fix it?” Voters like Mr. Fairweather are mostly white, married, with children, non-college educated, and working to pay the bills on their home, car, and education for their children and saving a small amount for emergencies and potentially retirement. These voters are the Left’s Deplorables. Deplorable because to the democrats they come out and vote and there’s nothing more deplorable to the left than voters who vote against them. While they wallow and squirm in agony over Justice Kennedy’s decision, they should stop, drop, and roll on over to their next big disappointment, the mid-term elections. h

Justice Kennedy spent 30-years protecting the Constitution. His detractors might say that they were unable to get the ruling that they wanted because of Kennedy’s, for or against, position. The Democrats wil say they got less out of this court with Kennedy in it, history will show that Kennedy did more to bring the two sides together than tear them apart.

A 21st Century Civil War: The Precursor to an Offense

June 26th, 2018

Democrats in the United States are pushing for "real change". Unfortunately, what they are asking for is a fundametal change in the way the United States is governed and/or follows the laws previously handed down by lawmakers. Democrats like Maxine Waters constantly belittle those who stand across the aisle from her on many hot button issues facing the US today. Representative Waters is just one of a handful of Democrats who are calling on supporters to force a literal showdown with those who they ideologically oppose. While we are not currently seeing physical skirmeshes, public shaming is used as a disrespectful replacement bullet in a precursor to offenses against the Republic.

Why are average Americans still in the dark about what is currently happening in the halls of their government? Why is divisive tactics and propaganda replacing an honesty the citizens of the United States took for granted in the past? They are undefined Americans who wait in the wings while the push for change continues. Our buttons are all hot and every one is being pushed at the same time. This kind of propellant will only result in a fire that is sure to start on one side or the other. What happens next is self-fulfilling.

It's dinnertime in Virginia and the weather outside is Summer. It’s a mix of warm and cool places, mid-Atlantic, and the Red Hen in Lexington was supposed to be a cool place to eat. An unmarked car pulls up and the occupants come out of the vehicle and move toward a little red house with a dirty green canopy named the Red Hen. Even though a dirty canopy might suggest a less than caring owner, it was already decided. They moved through the foyer to a table in the public dining room. Without warning the owner comes to the table and proceeds to deny the group service. She’s unapologetic and demanding. She tells the group that because of the relationship that a single member of the group has with the current Presidential administration, the restaurant had chosen to deny service to the group. By doing so this owner crossed a line and she will become a casualty of the precursors to a US Civil war.

It's a silent bomb going off in a crowded room. When ideologies are twisted in a way so that one side becomes diametrically opposed to the other; the ability to work out the issues becomes impossible. When ideas become character flaws the POV of the public becomes askewed. When the best case scenario is a long, protracted war of words, The worst case scenario may be the best case scenario. A battle of might will become the fulcrum from which the UNited States falls unapologetically into Civil War. - F. Walsh

Walsh has been working as a freelance writer since 2003. He is a contributor to websites such as Shave, Autogeek, eHow and ItStillRuns. He has provided content for hundreds of private clients and comes from a background focused on the administration of digital resources.



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It is so ordered

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