by: Brent Smith
Some days it’s tough to be a conservative. It feels like we’re battling everyone over everything. But when the left owns the Executive and the Legislative branches of the federal government, it seems like we may not return to any kind of sanity any time soon, if ever. And it appears, more often than not, that we’re losing, or have lost, the federal judiciary, in all but a few instances.
We expect the other two branches to act like politicians – they are, after all. But when our courts also become overtly political, where is it we can go anymore for redress of our grievances? This may be a question that will go unanswered and I’m beginning to think it is purely rhetorical.
One by one, the courts are striking down conservative’s constitutionally affirmed First Amendment rights, while granting the same to the left. And thus it is, as Daniel Horowitz discusses the courts complete lack of concern regarding Parler, the free speech alternative to Twitter.