Skip to comments.MARY BERRY'S FAILED COUP
Posted on 11/19/2002 1:50:19 PM PST by IowaHawkEdited on 05/26/2004 5:10:29 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
The U.S. Supreme Court has finally put an end to the year-long misuse of public funds by the notorious Mary Frances Berry, head of the U.S. Commission of Civil Rights.
Without comment, the court yesterday declined to review a unanimous ruling of the U.S. Court of Appeals that forbade Berry from blocking President Bush's appointment of Peter Kirsanow to sit on the commission.
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I'd almost forgotten about that commie bulldyke.
One more benefit of the recent Republican Sweep. Time to clean house!
The U.S. Supreme Court ending misuse of public funds
and a coup by Mary Frances Berry (D, US Commission of Civil Rights).
Judges Guy Jr., Leavy, Silberman - Expanded wiretap guidelines do not violate the Constitution
9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals - Court blocks legal challenge to detention of Afghan war prisoners
In Los Angeles, US District Judge Robert Takasugi of Los Angeles issued a preliminary
injunction blocking enforcement of the US citizenship requirement for airport guards.
In Washington, US Appellate Judges Clevenger, Friedman and Prost
ignore false statements and fraud at the US Patent Office to prevent US citizens
from ever patenting instruments capable of looking for alternative energy sources.
The Court purported measuring energy output has "no utility" for the US
even as Amicus Curiae were gagged who would have testified otherwise,
and as foreign companies (e.g. Mitsubishi) have staked out all relevant patents.
[Meanwhile, the US Patent Office does routinely allow patents using
astrology to predict lottery numbers, claiming they have "operability" and "utility".]
You mean, this no-talent sucking-on-govt-teat has been on the take for almost 20 years?!!!!