Why Doesn’t Anybody Tell Us These Things?
It turns out that one of the pastimes of the Supreme Court, when they are not busy gutting the nation’s laws that promote justice, equality and equal protection under the law is engaging in Mock Court cases. Really, they do.
So in November Justice Scalia will preside over a mock trial, or re-trial of
|Not in Texas!|
Leaving aside the last sentence, which may be one of the most offensive phrases ever uttered by a government; in
vs White the Supreme Court said Texas
. . . was invalid, as was the whole concept of secession, because
Texas’s annexation by the was final and indissoluble. United States
|Go Ahead and Leave, But U. S. College|
Do Not Play Football with Foreign Schools
Which would seem to have settled the issue of secession. But Texas Rep. Governor Rick Perry has brought up the issue in the past, (enhancing his credentials to be President of a country he might want to secede from), so the Mock Trial will revisit the issue. So
Mr. Perry, who is seeking the Republican presidential nomination, now has a chance to see one of his favorite judges offer vindication of sorts
We assume Mr. Scalia will rule for
Texas, after all, from reading his decisions he does not seem to have any trouble with that “debasing doctrine of equality of all men” thing and so can easily side with on this. Texas