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Brown v. Board of Education: Right Result, Wrong Reasoning

| July 4, 2016 | 0 Comments
Brown v. Board of Education: Right Result, Wrong Reasoning

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A Voice Crying Out in the Wilderness: A Word about Brown v. Board of Education

| July 4, 2016 | 0 Comments
A Voice Crying Out in the Wilderness: A Word about Brown v. Board of Education

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Reply to J/udge Richard A. Posner on The Inseparability of Law and Morality

| July 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Reply to J/udge Richard A. Posner on The Inseparability of Law and Morality

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What profit to U.S. for 100 Years of Conservatism? – Part 2

| May 13, 2016 | 0 Comments
What profit to U.S. for 100 Years of Conservatism? – Part 2

By Ellis Washington May 11, 2016 All smiles: President Obama with Speaker Paul Ryan after he betrayed U.S. passing a $1.1 trillion, 2000+ page omnibus bill funding Obama Socialism even past the time he leaves office in Jan. 2017. “I’m a conservative, but I’m like smart too.” “I’m a conservative but at this point who […]

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Nigger Manifesto

| April 12, 2016 | 0 Comments
Nigger Manifesto

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THE NUREMBERG TRIALS: THE DEATH OF THE RULE OF LAW (IN INTERNATIONAL LAW)*

| October 11, 2012 | 0 Comments
THE NUREMBERG TRIALS: THE DEATH OF THE RULE OF LAW (IN INTERNATIONAL LAW)*

Harry Truman became President of the United States in April of 1945, just prior to the fall of Germany. On May 7, 1945, less than a month after his inauguration, V-E Day was celebrated. Originally, Truman was resistant to appear at an international conference; however, postwar complications with the Soviet Union made it imperative that the President meet with the war Allies. Therefore, Truman, along with Joseph Stalin and Winston Churchill met in Potsdam, Germany in July to confer with other European leaders on the outcome of Europe after Germany’s unconditional surrender.3

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THE NUREMBERG TRIALS: THE DEATH OF THE RULE OF LAW (IN INTERNATIONAL LAW)*

| October 11, 2012 | 0 Comments
THE NUREMBERG TRIALS: THE DEATH OF THE RULE OF LAW (IN INTERNATIONAL LAW)*

Harry Truman became President of the United States in April of 1945, just prior to the fall of Germany. On May 7, 1945, less than a month after his inauguration, V-E Day was celebrated. Originally, Truman was resistant to appear at an international conference; however, postwar complications with the Soviet Union made it imperative that the President meet with the war Allies. Therefore, Truman, along with Joseph Stalin and Winston Churchill met in Potsdam, Germany in July to confer with other European leaders on the outcome of Europe after Germany’s unconditional surrender.3

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SOCIAL DARWINISM IN NAZI FAMILY AND INHERITANCE LAW

| May 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
SOCIAL DARWINISM IN NAZI FAMILY AND INHERITANCE LAW

This article is a detailed and substantive analysis of a declassified Nazi report on German family and inheritance law compiled shortly after World War II by the American Office of Strategic Services Research & Analysis. Dated July 16, 1945, the document is titled, “Nazi Changes in the Field of Family and Inheritance Law” (R & A No. 3092).3 The report is divided into two sections: I. The Law prior to 1933; II. The Law since 1933. This division is significant for Adolph Hitler, who became the Chancellor of Germany on January 30, 1933, even though his Nazi Party did not possess a majority of the votes. …
Throughout this article I will follow and augment the ideas, research and writings of scholars like Youngson, Bergman, Shirer, Stein, Bloom and Wiker, among others. I will particularly focus on their shared thesis that Hitler and the Nazis purposely and systematically revolutionized German law to facilitate application of Social Darwinist policies like eugenics, natural selection and survival of the fittest, and systematically applied these diabolical ideas to every conceivable aspect of German society. These facts will become particularly evident for application and purposes of this paper in my analysis of German and Nazi laws on marriage, family and inheritance law.

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MANIFESTO: Ideological Racism inside the Academy

| February 7, 2012 | 12 Comments
MANIFESTO: Ideological Racism inside the Academy

Seal of Harvard University (est. 1636) Dear Law School or University Dean X: This unsolicited letter expresses my enduring and strong desire to apply for any open faculty positions at your law school, college, or university within my areas of expertise, scholarly pursuits, and teaching experience which include—Natural Law, Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Legal History, First […]

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Reply To Judge Richard A. Posner on The Inseparability of Law and Morality

| December 15, 2011 | 0 Comments
Reply To Judge Richard A. Posner on The Inseparability of Law and Morality

This article is a formal Reply to Judge Richard A. Posner’s article published in the Harvard Law Review.2 Posner’s article was actually an amalgamation of lectures he gave as the speaker of the annual Oliver Wendell Holmes Lecture series celebrating the 100th anniversary of Holmes’s famous essay, “The Path of Law.” In these lectures, Posner addresses his aversion to what he calls academic moralism,” moral philosophy, legal theory, moral theory and “moral entrepreneurs,” because moral theory lacks the “intellectual cogency or the emotional power to change people’s beliefs or behavior.”

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