March 29, 2017

1973 Endangered Species Act: A return of the Dark Centuries?

Prof. Hamburger’s 2014 book “Is Administrative Law Unlawful?” is described by National Review as a “serious work of legal scholarship on the return of the prerogative to our government.” The professor shows how the unlimited power of the administrative state comes from the King’s prerogative, a special power that the Constitution was designed to prevent. […]

American enslavement to the Endangered Species Act in violation of Equal Protection and 13th Amendment

Antebellum USA: With slavery, we did the plantation owners’ bidding for nothing. If we did not, we were punished. 21st Century USA: With the Endangered Species Act, we do the bureaucrats’ bidding for nothing. If we do not, we are punished. And we get to pick neither our plantation owners nor our bureaucrats. And they […]

Discussion of Habitatism refined

To some, the stupid nonsense of the 1973 Endangered Species Act claims to elevate the habitat needs of the subhuman to the same level of human needs. But experience proves that compromise is not possible, that one or the other wins the irreconcilable conflict, and for the past 40 years the needs of the subhuman […]

James Lovelock: Gaia Guru Quote

From Wikiquote: Dr James Ephraim Lovelock CH CBE FRS (born July 26, 1919) is a British independent scientist, author, researcher, environmentalist and futurologist. He is most famous for proposing and popularizing the Gaia hypothesis, in which he postulates that the Earth functions as a kind of superorganism (a term coined by w:Lynn Margulis). A Lovelock […]

Have we cracked the nut of individual strict liability for gov’t bureaucrats involved in releasing dangerous animals in America?

It’s time to ask the question: Are wolves the chosen and specially selected de facto agents of the lawless bureaucrats? Shouldn’t the principle of strict liability apply to the individuals in their individual capacities for the negligent release of dangerous wild animals? Prof. Hamburger’s 2014 book “Is Administrative Law Unlawful?” sets out considerable legal research […]

What is the magic of individualism vs. other -isms? Habitatism?

To begin with, adding -ism to the end of the word can denote the priority of the something. To the non-law trained person, just exactly what is the expression of individualism of the American revolution referred to in an earlier writing that cited the encyclopedic reference to Hegel? Individualism is the priority of the individual. […]

Taxation without representation? Sure looks like it to me.

A discussion of the unlimited power of the Administrative State in light of law of thoughts and research presented by professor Phillip Hamburger’s book “Is Administrative Law Unlawful?”. http://tomremington.com/2014/08/13/is-administrative-law-unlawful/ While considering the thoughts and opinion expressed in the link above, think about the following. The prohibition against taxation without representation began with this country’s founding. […]

“Is Administrative Law Unlawful?”

I am reading law Prof. Hamburger’s “Is Administrative Law Unlawful?” and he makes the case that administrative law is not new rather it is the old King’s absolute prerogative reborn, the same prerogative that the Framers sought to prevent with the Constitution’s system of divided government. He sets out how administrative law is extra-legal (outside […]

Fraud: IPCC Exposed

“As UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) official Ottmar Edenhofer admitted in November 2010: “One has to free oneself from the illusion that international climate policy is environmental policy. Instead, climate change policy is about how we redistribute de facto the world’s wealth.” Former Canadian Minister of the Environment Christine Stewart harbored no such […]

Marx Slandered America

Adopting the terminology of our sworn enemies makes it harder to win the debate. Marx slandered our system of economic freedom as capitalism, which might be described by some as the priority of capital over everything else. However, that is not our system. Favoritism violates our Founders’ values that require equal protection for all of […]