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Bill Whittle Now

Unelected Judges or Unelected Bureaucrats: Which Should Interpret the Law?

Visit The Patriot Post: America’s News Digest Would you rather have decisions on how to live made by unelected judges or unelected bureaucrats? Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas this week failed to get his colleagues to review his own 2005 decision in the Brand X case — which relies on, and expands, the famous […]

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Right Angle

12 Years a Prisoner: Cellphone Possession Draws Harsh Sentence for Willie Nash

If you’re not checking The Patriot Post daily, here’s your chance to get right.  Jailers failed to confiscate the cellphone from Willie Nash during his booking for a misdemeanor charge in Newton County, Mississippi. He didn’t know it was illegal for him to have it. Now he’s doing 12 years as a prisoner for unintentionally […]

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Bill Whittle Now

New York Abortion Law: Far Beyond the Pro-Choice vs. Pro-Life Debate

The New York State Reproductive Health Act — the new abortion law — takes the debate beyond the question of pro-choice or pro-life. It removes abortion from the criminal code, loosens who can perform one and how late, and prepares the state in case the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade. Bill Whittle calls it […]

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Right Angle

Judge Backs Jury Nullification in Child Porno Case

When a judge thinks the law is wrong, he’s still constrained to instruct the jury that they must issue a verdict under that law. He can’t even tell them the minimum sentence under that bad law. One judge in a child pornography distribution case speaks out, prompting Scott Ott, Stephen Green and Bill Whittle to […]

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Firewall What We Believe

What We Believe, Part 4: Natural Law

What makes some laws worth obeying, while others demand to be overturned? In Part 4, Bill examines the difference between Natural Law and Political Law.