The role of a prosecutor is to pursue justice and enforce the law. That sounds straightforward, but more and more, that doesn’t seem to be happening. Why? Rafael Mangual, Deputy Director of legal policy at the Manhattan Institute, answers this important question.
“Fairness” has become a Progressive obsession. The childhood lament, “it’s not fair!” is now a common refrain among many adults. No political discussion seems complete without someone insisting that the wealthy pay “their fair share.” But what does anybody mean by “fair”? In this video, social commentator Daniel Hannan attempts to answer this critically important question.
This was not the empty, narcissistic theater of Michelle Obama’s #BringBackOurGirls, played for public consumption and then promptly forgotten.
Our anguish was real. And Jewish memory is eternal.
When we learned that Eyal Yifrah, Gilad Sha’ar and Naftali Frankel had been murdered by the IslamoNazis of Hamas, we mourned.
And we thirsted for vengeance against the IslamoNazis who cruelly and with premeditation murdered three Jewish boys because they were Jewish.
The good news is this: There will be no lengthy trial or prisoner exchange for the Islamist Jew-haters who slaughtered our boys. The IDF has exacted the ultimate justice.
Anders Behring Breivik murdered 77 people.
In court, he said: “I would have done it again.”
One of the judges on the Breivik panel said that “the death penalty is the only just thing to do in this case.”
This judge was immediately removed from the case.
Breivik is not insane.
But Norwegian justice is.
Seraphic Secret has delayed and delayed for years.
But the Superior Court of Los Angeles has run out of patience with yours truly and stated in no uncertain terms that unless I answer the latest Summons for Jury Service I will be subject to a fine, incarceration—that’s legalese for prison—or both.
I have no idea if I’ll be able to blog from the court but stay tuned.