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  • Students: Illegal To Wear An American Flag Shirt On Cinco De Mayo In California

    05/05/2014 10:10:38 AM PDT · by PoloSec · 74 replies
    Weasel Zipper | May 5 2014 | Weasel Zipper
    Diversity and tolerance is a one way street Via The DC Students in a California school district will not be allowed to wear American flag T-shirts on Cinco de Mayo, due to concerns that such displays of patriotism would inflame racial tensions by offending Mexican students on their holiday. The district’s policy concerned many free speech advocates, but was upheld by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. In response, Tea Party groups plan to protest outside Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill. And they will be wearing American flag T-shirts. “They silenced a symbol of patriotism and freedom in...
  • Breaking Mark Levin.. 9th Circus of Appeals rules NO gay marriages while case is on appeal

    08/16/2010 3:57:22 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 23 replies
    MarkLevin.com ^ | 8/16/10
    BReaking Hot!!! 9th Circus flips lid, says hold the marriages off 'til the case finishes appeals..
  • THE TERRY ANDERSON SHOW - Listen live - Amnesty alert!

    12/06/2009 6:12:46 PM PST · by AuntB · 47 replies · 1,616+ views
    The Terry Anderson Show ^ | Dec. 6, 2009 | Terry Anderson/AuntB
    The TERRY ANDERSON SHOW.. Articulating the Popular Rage! A warrior in the fight against illegal immigration and those who promote it for over a decade! From the streets of Los Angeles to the halls of congress, Terry has been there. No one has the passion and common sense of Terry Anderson...He is A MUST listen! The BEST one hour of radio you'll find anywhere. Sunday Nights- Listen on the radio! 12-1 AM EDT, 11-12 PM CDT, 10-11 PM MDT, 9-10 PM PDT KRLA - 870 AM - Los Angeles -- KDWN - 720 - Las Vegas -- KFNX - 1100...
  • 9th Circuit to Decide on Constitutionality of Anti-Catholic Resolution

    08/19/2008 6:41:23 AM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 31 replies · 162+ views
    citizenlink.com ^ | 7-18-2008 | Family News in Focus
    San Francisco calls the Catholic Church's teachings hateful, defamatory and insensitive.The liberal 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will decide whether a scathing anti-Catholic resolution from the San Francisco Board of Supervisors is unconstitutional. The resolution, passed unanimously in 2006, accused the Vatican of operating as a "foreign country" and called the Church's teachings "hateful," "defamatory," "insensitive," "ignorant" and "insulting to all San Franciscans." It was issued in response to the Church's requirement that adoptive children be brought up by families with a mom and dad. "They’re condemning the Catholic Church as 'hateful' and 'harmful,' and that is clearly a...
  • Goddard asks Supreme Court to repeal recent voter ID ruling

    10/10/2006 7:04:07 PM PDT · by SandRat · 15 replies · 880+ views
    PHOENIX -- The state will ask a justice of the nation's high court to let county election officials require voters to produce identification for next month's general election. Attorney General Terry Goddard said Tuesday legal papers will be given to Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, possibly by the end of the week, asking him to void an order by the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals barring the state from enforcing the voter ID provisions of Proposition 200 while a legal challenge to them works its way through federal court. Goddard's move came as the full appellate court refused Tuesday...
  • Supreme Court Considers Indictment Flaws

    10/10/2006 10:39:24 AM PDT · by SmithL · 15 replies · 969+ views
    AP ^ | 10/10/6 | MARK SHERMAN
    Judges and prosecutors make mistakes, a Justice Department lawyer told the Supreme Court Tuesday, but sometimes those errors are so minor that they don't warrant reversing a conviction in a criminal case. A jury convicted Juan Resendiz-Ponce of attempting to enter the United States illegally from Mexico. But the 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals overturned Resendiz-Ponce's conviction because his indictment by a grand jury did not set out any specific acts showing how he tried to enter the United States. The omission was so serious that it required automatic reversal of the conviction, the appellate court said. Deputy Solicitor...
  • Government Sued by Environmental Group Over Gas Mileage Rules (Using courts to legislate)

    05/23/2006 1:38:25 PM PDT · by Ben Mugged · 8 replies · 444+ views
    Fox News ^ | May 23, 2006 | Unattributed
    An environmental group sued the Bush administration Tuesday over new rules to boost gas mileage requirements for sport utility vehicles and pickup trucks, saying the regulations do not go far enough. The Sierra Club, which filed the lawsuit, joined 10 states and other environmental groups in challenging the rules, which would raise gas mileage requirements by 1.8 miles per gallon for the 2008-2011 model years to a fleetwide average of 24 mpg. ~snip~ In the lawsuit, Sierra Club officials said the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration failed to follow the law requiring it to set fuel economy standards at the...
  • Court rules English-only petitions in SoCal recall were unfair (9th Circus alert)

    11/24/2005 11:19:10 AM PST · by CounterCounterCulture · 49 replies · 1,333+ views
    Court rules English-only petitions in SoCal recall were unfair Associated Press SANTA ANA, Calif. - Petitions used for the 2003 recall of a Latino Santa Ana school trustee should have been printed in Spanish as well as English, an appellate court has ruled. The trustee, Nativio V. Lopez, had come under fire for seeking exemptions to the state's English-only instruction requirements and was partly blamed for the district's lack of new school construction. He was recalled by 71 percent of voters. The decision Wednesday by the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals could be used to force election officials throughout...
  • 9th Circuit Court Rules Employers Can Be Sued for Harassment by Customers

    08/13/2005 8:10:51 PM PDT · by Vigilanteman · 34 replies · 1,538+ views
    California Alert (Law Firm Newsletter) ^ | Aug/Sept 2005 | Ogletree & Deakins
    In an interesting case study here, a postal worker is allowed to sue the U.S. Postal Service for harrassment because a customer allegedly threatened her (with an implicit reference to the locale being a "redneck town") for being zealous in enforcing postal regulations. Click on the link to see the .pdf file. What is interesting here is that there appeared to be major friction between the postmaster of the town and the customers, resulting in administrative leave against the plantiff.The postal worker in question was, in fact, the postmaster of the office where the incidents occurred. As the highest ranking...
  • Court Backs No-Contact Rule for Strippers (9th Circus Honors "Broken Clock Rule")

    01/27/2005 7:04:57 AM PST · by presidio9 · 16 replies · 681+ views
    Reuters ^ | Thu, Jan 27, 2005
    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A California city's regulation requiring some distance between exotic dancers and their audience during a performance is constitutional, the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Wednesday. The San Francisco-based court conceded nude and scantily dressed dancers may be impaired from exercising their rights to freedom of speech by the rule requiring at least two feet (60 cm) between them and their audience, but held it did not entirely ban the performers from conveying an "erotic message." The court held the city of La Habra, near Los Angeles, California, crafted its regulation narrowly to deter...
  • U.S. Supreme Court Declines Non-Res Cap Review

    01/23/2005 12:09:41 PM PST · by kennyboy509 · 6 replies · 510+ views
    U.S. Supreme Court Declines Non-Res Cap Review As a purveyor of local, state and national information that may have significant bearing on the management of our fish and wildlife resources and public hunting and fishing opportunities, MWF is reprinting this article supplied to the Arizona Wildlife Federation, from the Arizona Game and Fish Department. U.S. Supreme Court on Jan. 10 denied Arizona’s petition to review an appellate court decision regarding the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s 10-percent cap on nonresident hunt-permit tags for bull elk and for deer north of the Colorado River. Arizona’s appeal to the Supreme Court was...
  • Supreme Court Allows lawsuit against gun mfg to proceed (Vanity)

    01/10/2005 3:44:42 PM PST · by GoldCountryRedneck · 4 replies · 372+ views
    KBFK Sacramento Radio
    Talk host Tom Sullivan (KBFK, Sacramento) just announced that the SCOTUS refused to review a ruling from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals allowing a personal damage lawsuit against gun manufacturer Glock to proceed. Sounds like a felon purchased the handgun from a gun collector and proceeded to murder; wrongful death and emotional distress, etc, claims.
  • Legionnaires launch campaign to block ACLU attorney fees

    08/10/2004 9:34:25 PM PDT · by LNewman · 3 replies · 438+ views
    California Legionnaire ^ | July/August 2004 | N/A
    (The California Legionnaire link has yet to upload the July/August 2004 issue available in PDF. Just received in the mail today.) Organization seeks to remove or destroy crosses and other religious symbols Veterans launched a campaign on July 4th in support of a Resolution adopted by The American Legion Department of California at its recent convention which calls on Congress to amend federal law to prohibit judges from awarding attorney fees to the ACLU in cases brought "to remove or destroy religious symbols." Delegates to the Legion's state-wide convention held in Redding, CA, in June overwhelmingly, if not unanimously, adopted...
  • Fired HP employee loses appeal over anti-gay signs

    01/07/2004 9:40:46 AM PST · by Holly_P · 112 replies · 245+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 01/07/04 | Bob Egelko
    <p>Hewlett-Packard had the right to fire an employee who posted anti- gay passages from the Bible at his work cubicle in protest of the computer industry giant's diversity policy and in an effort to persuade gays to repent, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.</p>
  • One Minority, Two Votes (George Neumayr)

    09/16/2003 9:19:08 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 4 replies · 354+ views
    The American Prowler ^ | 9/17/2003 | George Neumayr
    "It is perhaps ironic that the sitting governor could well cast a vote on his own recall that would not be tallied," writes the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. More ironic would be the retention of a governor unable to use a punch card properly. Nothing is too profound or too petty for the 9th Circuit Court to declare unconstitutional. From the Pledge of Allegiance to punch cards, the court sees grave threats to the Constitution. Indeed, whole countries may lose faith in democracy if punch cards remain in use. "We would be remiss if we did not observe...
  • KFI: ACLU Used a Study Paid for By Touch-Screen Voting Company (Piles of B.S. going on)

    09/16/2003 5:16:22 PM PDT · by Cinnamon Girl · 66 replies · 452+ views
    KFI 640am
    Henry Brady of UC Berkeley apparently did the study, using information from the 2000 election in Florida. The census data was superimposed on the voting data in order to determine race (I guess.) If people deliberately didn't vote for Bush or Gore, for example, that was counted as an error in the study, even though it probably wasn't. Also, the Florida there isn't a uniform standard for tallying punch cards, but in CA we do have clear definitions of what can and cannot be counted. AND, the ACLU may have misrepresented the information from this study, especially with regard to...
  • Recall Recalled

    09/16/2003 5:34:43 AM PDT · by Isara · 8 replies · 221+ views
    INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY ^ | Tuesday, September 16, 2003 | Editor
    Justice: We thought California's roller-coaster recall election couldn't get any crazier. Then the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals stepped in and postponed it.Nobody really seemed to think a federal court would step in and stop what was, after all, a state-run election. For unlike Florida in 2000, which was a federal election, California's recall was about its own governance.But, of course, when it comes to silliness, irrelevance and an ability to find a way to insert itself into any public debate, you can never count out the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals — which has become infamous in recent...
  • FREEP THIS POLL SILLY: WAS THE 9'ths RULING CORRECT?

    09/15/2003 9:11:26 PM PDT · by EUPHORIC · 22 replies · 170+ views
    SFGate.com ^ | 9/15/03 | Self
    <p>Here is a poll that is in SERIOUS need of a visit from as many Freepers as possible. Results at the moment reflect the political climate of the 9'th Circle Jerk of Shlemeels. Guess the site being a SF site has something to do with that...</p>
  • 9th Circuit's Rulings Frequently Overturned (Repost of 9th Circuit Court Article) (Rogue Court?)

    09/15/2003 5:39:03 PM PDT · by DoughtyOne · 64 replies · 363+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 06/28/2002 | Joyce Howard Price (1st posted by kattracks 06/27/02)
    The federal appeals court in San Francisco that found the Pledge of Allegiance unconstitutional Wednesday is known as an activist court whose decisions regularly are overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court, legal analysts said yesterday. "The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals' liberal record ... and its reputation as the most overturned court in the country ... have almost grown to the status of an urban myth," said Steven Fitschen, president of the National Legal Foundation. Mr. Fitschen noted that in 1996-97, the Supreme Court issued opinions in nearly 90 cases. "It reversed 27 of the 28 rulings it got from...
  • Jujitsu Republican Reaction to Recall suspension

    09/15/2003 1:47:24 PM PDT · by TomasUSMC · 12 replies · 246+ views
    15 SEPT03 | TomasUSMC
    Use the momentum of your opponent to your advantage" - thats one of the things I learned on the mat. I believe it would be a good move now for Republicans to do the same thing: Use the 9th circuits court postponement of the Recall to its advantage. I say applaud the 9th courts decision. Have Arnold and Tom both say they support the leveling of the playing field at the election booth. Lets say things like, "Yes, we republican believe all Californians should have accurate election results, and that these old machines should be replaced. Why hasn't Davis replaced...
  • MSNBC- Recall election to be delayed

    09/15/2003 10:18:32 AM PDT · by Ragirl · 810 replies · 1,000+ views
    Pete Williams MSNBC ^ | Pete Williams
    California Appeals Court - Recall should be blocked!!!
  • "AND TO THE REPUBLIC FOR WHICH IT STOOD"

    07/04/2003 6:50:34 AM PDT · by fight_truth_decay · 11 replies · 163+ views
    NewsWithViews ^ | July 3, 2003 | David Brownlow
    Based on the events of last week, it may be time for the brilliant minds from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to revisit the pledge of allegiance issue. You remember those guys. They are the ones that found Constitutional problems with the phrase "under God," in our pledge of allegiance and threatened to pull the words out. Of course, there was an outrage from almost every segment of our society when they tried to remove the words. And rightly so. However, we may owe the Ninth Circuit Court an apology because it appears they could have been onto something....
  • Court Upholds State Assault Weapons Ban

    12/06/2002 7:19:21 AM PST · by Joe Brower · 158 replies · 347+ views
    Los Angeles Times ^ | 12/6/2002 | Henry Weinstein
    Court Upholds State Assault Weapons BanIn a rebuff to the White House, U.S. appellate panel rules that the 2nd Amendment does not give individuals the right to keep and bear arms.br> By Henry Weinstein, Times Staff Writer Los Angeles Times December 6, 2002 A federal appeals court upheld California's assault weapons control act Thursday, ruling that there is no constitutional right for individuals to keep and bear arms. The 3-0 decision, declaring that the 2nd Amendment protects only the right of states to organize and maintain militias, is flatly at odds with the position of the Bush administration and a...
  • SF appeals court overturns SoCal murderer's death sentence

    08/01/2002 8:58:19 PM PDT · by ValerieUSA · 26 replies · 250+ views
    Sacramento Bee ^ | 4:45 p.m. PDT Thursday, August 1, 2002 | ANGELA WATERCUTTER
    <p>SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A federal appeals court set aside a death sentence Thursday for an Orange County man who killed a woman by stabbing her a dozen times with a butcher knife.</p> <p>The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 6-5 that a prosecutor's remarks to the jury caused William Payton to receive an unfair trial.</p>
  • Breaking up the 9th Circuit Court.

    07/24/2002 3:20:58 PM PDT · by Tribune7 · 5 replies · 389+ views
    Fox News ^ | July 24, 2002 | Brian Wilson
    <p>WASHINGTON — Even before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the reference to God in the Pledge of Allegiance is unconstitutional, a lot of people have been vowing to do something about the nation's largest and most overturned appeals court.</p>
  • Judicial Nominee's Views Must Be Disclosed to Us

    07/09/2002 12:26:43 PM PDT · by BOBTHENAILER · 38 replies · 270+ views
    The Wall Street Journal | Tuesday, July 9, 2002 | Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D., N.Y.)
    Your July 1 editorial attacking Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy for requesting the production of memos written by judicial nominee Miguel Estrada was far off base.Mr. Estrada has never served as a judge on a lower court and has a limited public record to suggest how he will analyze cases as a judge. However, when Mr. Estrada worded in the Justice Department's Office of the Solicitor, he looked at cases, analyzed them, and assessed the constitutionality of laws. That is, for all intents and purposes, what appellate judges do.Unlike a lawyer in a law firm who is looking out for...
  • Religion and the Constitution

    07/01/2002 6:06:57 AM PDT · by robowombat · 4 replies · 303+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | July 1, 2002 | Thomas Sowell
    <p>Now that the decision of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to ban "under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance has been protested all over the landscape, perhaps we might step back and consider the broader implications of the fact that such a decision could have been made in the first place.</p>
  • One nation, under uncertainty

    06/30/2002 6:05:19 AM PDT · by DoctorMichael · 13 replies · 599+ views
    Wash Times ^ | 6/30/02 | Cal Thomas
    <p>On the eve of our great national birthday party and in the aftermath of September 11, when millions of us turned to God and prayed for forgiveness of individual and corporate sins and asked for His protection against future attacks, the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco has inflicted on this nation what many will conclude is a greater injury than that caused by the terrorists.</p>
  • Man who sued to stop pledge explains reasons for suit

    06/26/2002 5:52:22 PM PDT · by I_Love_My_Husband · 557 replies · 4,195+ views
    SF Chronicle via AP ^ | 6/26/02 | STEFANIE FRITH
    <p>Sacramento atheist Michael Newdow said Wednesday he was trying to restore the Pledge of Allegiance to its pre-1954 version because no one should be forced to worship a religion in which they don't believe.</p> <p>But if the threatening messages on his answering machine are any indication, the American public is not thanking him.</p>
  • PLEDGE SHOCKER - This is why we must unseat Democrats who appoint Lib judges!!!

    06/26/2002 1:01:41 PM PDT · by Impeach98 · 62 replies · 765+ views
    Online Resources ^ | 06-26-2002 | Impeach98
    This is the PERFECT REASON why we must unseat Democrats who appoint liberal judges who advance their liberal activist agenda instead of interpreting the constitution. Help unseat one! Dump Democrat Davis Here And Dump Liberal Judge Appointing Davis Here Too!
  • 9TH CIRCUIT COURT: PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL

    06/26/2002 11:25:21 AM PDT · by Recovering_Democrat · 1,476 replies · 5,977+ views
    UNBELIEVABLE. BREAKING ON FOX: SF APPEALS COURT SAYS PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE ENDORSES RELIGION, AND IS THEREBY UNCONSTITUTIONAL.
  • Evidence for Klamath Falls

    06/10/2002 3:22:12 PM PDT · by forest · 60 replies · 2,192+ views
    Original Work ^ | 6-10-02 | Forest Glen Durland
    In June, 2002, Forest Glen Durland sent Notices of Evidence to two 9th Circuit Court judges and to numerous agencies involved in unconstitutional actions in the Klamath Basin. The purpose was to put these people on notice. Another reason was to comply with the Misprision of Felony law that mandates that citizens report known crimes. That Forest has done, and to the people committing the crimes. These documents are printed below. The list of the addressees is linked below. The letters to the judges and Departments of Agriculture and Interior were sent via Registered Mail, Return Receipt. All others were...
  • Magna Carta American Style

    06/10/2002 3:05:48 PM PDT · by forest · 2 replies · 3,712+ views
    Original Work ^ | 4-2-02 | Forest Glen Durland
    Magna Carta, American Style Introduction   Long before the birth of the United States, there ruled many years ago in England a King who became selfish beyond tolerance of the people. Laws he made and things he did became associated with a dictatorship. When confronted for his actions by the people, he simply replied, “The law is in my mouth.” On the morning of June 15, 1215, a group of barons and Churchmen gathered at Runnymede, staking their lives on their mission, their armed support kept well in the background. Upon his arrival, without conflict, King John signed the “Articles...
  • ADA Applies to Decisions About Parole; Former addicts can sue for discrimination

    03/11/2002 7:01:25 AM PST · by Behind Liberal Lines · 4 replies · 198+ views
    The Recorder ^ | March 11, 2002 | Jason Hoppin
    In what could lead to a swell of court challenges, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Friday that the Americans with Disabilities Act applies to California parole decisions. The case was brought by two men housed in a state prison in Vacaville, Calif., who argue that the Board of Prison Terms hasn't given them a fair shake because it does not want former drug addicts roaming the streets. The merits of the case were not decided, but the decision establishes new legal footing for prisoners to argue that parole decisions are unfair. quot;Because we conclude that there is...