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The rightful masters of both Congress and the Courts

The rightful masters of both Congress and the Courts

    By Richard A. Nixon Abraham Lincoln once said :”We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the Courts, not to overthrow the Constitution but to overthrow the men who would pervert the Constitution.”  Our present form of government began with the ratification of the U.S. Constitution in 1789. This document […]

Dissolving the Incorporation Doctrine: Draining the Federal Swamp and States Rights

Dissolving the Incorporation Doctrine: Draining the Federal Swamp and States Rights

    By Richard A. Nixon It’s common knowledge that an on-going corporation can be dissolved by the court, for a number of reasons. For example, (1) where dissension exists among the directors or stockholders to the point where corporate business cannot be effected and (2) fraud committed by the majority on the minority shareholders. […]

An Updated Statue of Liberty Inscription

An Updated Statue of Liberty Inscription

. By Richard A. Nixon There are various of President Trump’s detractors who insist that the president’s calling Haiti and other countries “shitholes” is somehow racist. It can be readily verified that the president’s assessment is in fact correct and has nothing to do with the inhabitants’ race or ethnicity. There exists no evidence counter […]

Judicial Activism is Heresy | It is also Unconstitutional and thus, No Protection for the Governed!

Judicial Activism is Heresy | It is also Unconstitutional and thus, No Protection for the Governed!

. By Richard A. Nixon In a recent article by Professor Aaron Tang, “Hey, Courts: Don’t be so quick to ignore political power”, Mr. Tang unabashedly advocates for judicial activism and laments the day when the Supreme Court will no longer put their thumb on the scales of justice. Article I of the Constitution states […]

The Masterpiece Cakeshop Faux Debate

The Masterpiece Cakeshop Faux Debate

. By Richard A. Nixon There is much prediction these days concerning how the Supreme Court will rule in the Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. This case pits the competing rights of gays to have equal treatment extended to them and the rights of religious observers to follow the dictates of their conscience. […]

When is Dreamer/Green Carder deportation legally justified?

When is Dreamer/Green Carder deportation legally justified?

By Richard A. Nixon An important case currently before the U.S. Supreme Court is Lynch v. Dimaya.     Mr. Dimaya is a non-citizen, here legally with a “green card.” Further he has been twice convicted in California of first-degree burglary. First degree burglary is burglary of a residence and is counted as a strike. It […]

The Supreme Court vs Kids

The Supreme Court vs Kids

    By Richard A. Nixon Recently the U.S.Supreme Court handed down a decision entitled, Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia v. Comer. In this case, the State of Missouri conducted a program as part of an effort to enhance playground safety in Missouri. Trinity applied for funds to change its playground surface from gravel to tire-rubber  Trinity was denied […]

Greater Conejo Valley Republican City Club Cordially invites you to meet Dr. Richard A. Nixon

Greater Conejo Valley Republican City Club Cordially invites you to meet Dr. Richard A. Nixon

Dr. Richard A. Nixon, author of America – An Illusion of Freedom, will explain why the Supreme Court does not follow the text of the Constitution but instead rewrites it to the detriment of the people. Dr. Nixon has been a practicing attorney in California since 1981. He is a Vietnam era veteran and has a […]

Supreme Court Critic to Speak at Local GOP Club

Supreme Court Critic to Speak at Local GOP Club

The Conejo Valley Republican City Club will meet at 6 PM on April 12th at Mimi’s Cafe, 400 N. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360.  Dr. Richard A. Nixon, author of America – An Illusion of Freedom, will explain why the Supreme Court does not follow the text of the Constitution but instead rewrites it, […]

Trump and the First Amendment

Trump and the First Amendment

By Richard A. Nixon There are those who live in fear that Donald Trump is going to take our First Amendment, Freedom of Speech, from us.  This is apparently based upon Trump’s tweet to the effect that burning our flag should be punishable. In 1989  in the Texas v. Johnson case,  the Supreme Court held that the […]

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