18 02 2015


Breitbart headline:

Jorge Ramos Warns ‘Latino Voters Will Remember’ Injunction in ’16

Sure, because I’m so scared that a bunch of people that have almost no Electoral College leverage are going to remember a Federal district court injunction in February 2015 when they go to vote in November 2016.

And even if they do care, they’ll probably have two open borders major party nominees to choose from. The classic “win win” situation.

Translated another way:

Jorge Ramos:  You all better think that Hispanics are that damned important, so that you think I’m that important.

Now, where did I put those Bhutanese-American Transgendered Vegetarians?


17 02 2015

Brownsville, Texas

Read his opinion, if you want.

I did, and it just boils down to this:  In this judge’s opinion, the opponents to Obama’s November executive order have a good chance to win their case when this case is heard anywhere in the Federal judiciary during the actual trial level and appellate level proceedings.  This is the standard that judges have to use to decide whether or not to grant injunctions.

Obama is already appealing this injunction to Appeals-5 in New Orleans, and their decision on whether to keep the injunction in place or reverse it could come as early as this afternoon.

News on the Transfer Issue

12 02 2015


State trial level judge finds that DESE has to classify the Normandy Cooperative as “unaccredited” so that transfers can continue.

This will probably go up the judicial ladder, and we better hope that the higher courts reverse this, because this is the only hope for sanity.

Because the bill the General Assembly is working on, in spite of appearances, will allow the transfers to continue.

Playing Hot Potato

28 01 2015



LOL at this part:

A spokesperson for the St. Louis Circuit Court said judges do not comment on specific cases and declined an interview for this story. However, judges are accountable to the public.

“They have to answer to the people. They have to answer to the voters in their judicial district,” said Reuben Shelton, 2014-15 president of the Missouri Bar Association

Voters can chose whether to retain judges during an election. Often, that part of the ballot is buried beneath partisan races which draw significantly more attention.

He is referring to the Missouri Plan Nine from Outer Space, which only applies to SCOMO, the Appellate judges and the trial level judges in St. Louis City, St. Louis County, Jackson County and Greene County.  All other trial level judges in all other Missouri counties are a result of straight partisan elections.

It is a very very very rare occasion that a judge has been thrown out on a straight up yes/no retention vote based on the Plan Nine.  I think the actual tally is only in the single digits.

Unfortunately, I don’t that’s relevant here, and in cases like this one.  Because even if St. Louis City did use partisan elections to pick its judges, the judges on the 22nd circuit would be just as bad when it comes to liberalism and negro-loving and slap on the hand punishments.  In fact, it would be worse, because the only reason the two best judges on the 22nd are even there, those being Dierker and Tim Wilson, is because Republican Governors put them there based on the Missouri plan.  They’d probably have no chance to win partisan elections in St. Louis City on their own.

No, all this is not a result of Plan Nine or Not Plan Nine, and it’s not a result of there not being an armed offender docket, aka gun court, which Judge Dierker opposes, BTW.  It’s purely a function of BRA.


20 01 2015

St. Louis City

Must be a slow news day around here, no riots, no unusually high body count, no news that another salami slice of the late great A-B is being moved out of town, no panic about an inch of snow in the forecast.

Therefore, with all that free time, someone at KMOX thought it would be a cracker jack idea to crack open a fresh new copy of the state blue book and plot the home residence addresses of the judges of the 22nd circuit on a city map showing the locations of 2014 city homicides.

You might be shocked to find out that judges don’t live where the homicides are.

And what’s supposed to be the significance of this?  Try this:

While judges can claim living apart is a legitimate matter of personal safety, their critics may argue judges in green zones can walk the dog without ever facing the felons they let go on probation.

I guess they want us to think that judges are somehow derelict in their jobs because they don’t live around the thugs who are criminal defendants in their courtrooms.  The judges claim that it’s a matter of their own safety, which is somewhat true.

But we all know the real reason.  Judges make good money, so obviously they’re going to buy or rent in the fucking ghetto!

A few more observations about this non-story:

*  First off, this is the 22nd circuit.  While it encompasses St. Louis City, it is the trial level for state court system, not the city/municipal court.  Therefore, the judges are state employees, which is why their home addresses are in the state blue book.  However, all of the judges of the 22nd live in the city, even though I am not aware of some state law requiring that the judges of a given circuit actually live in that circuit’s geography.  However, I do know that each circuit can set rules relating to the circuit’s business as long as there are no contradictory SCOMO rulings.  Therefore, I would not be surprised to find out that the 22nd makes all of its judges live in the city.

*  Judges have some leeway in determining sentencing for criminal defendants who are found guilty at trial in proceedings over which they preside.  But it’s not a whole lot.  To the extent that they use this power, the judges of the 22nd have a reputation of being lenient toward defendants.

*  Besides, most criminal cases in the city don’t even go to trial; they’re pled out before a trial can even begin.  At that point, the judge can ratify or reject the plea deal, but even the few good conservative white judges on the 22nd Circuit won’t reject what seem to be lenient plea deals, because they know that at that point, it’ll be in the hands of city juries, which means enough black women on the jury such that the risk of nullification is high.

*  Almost all cases in the 22nd that go to trial are civil cases, mainly a matter of plaintiffs venue shopping to the city for the “stick it to da man” reputation that city juries have.

*  I wonder where KMOX employees live.  I get the feeling that none of them live in high homicide city neighborhoods.  Quite a few years ago, someone reading these words studied where the members of the editorial board of the P-D lived, and of the few that actually lived in the city, none of them lived in high crime areas.

*  I have always been very hesitant to name sitting judges, save Supreme Court justices and other very prominent ones, so much so that I’m nervous about linking to stories that name judges.  I don’t think it’s a good idea to print the home addresses of judges in the state blue book.

No Help At All

18 09 2014

San Francisco


The Ninth Circus won’t be.

They’re wearing shirts of the flag that represents the system that won’t help them and in fact hates them.  To add another layer of sad irony to the cake, the Ninth Circus decided this yesterday, September 17, Constitution Day.  As in another useless piece of paper that was of no help to the Morgan Hill Five.

Here Come The Judges

24 08 2014

North County

P-D investigation into the lack of blacks on St. Louis County municipal P.D.s (not county the County Browns) in municipalities that are least 10% black in terms of population.  Toward the end they accidentally stumble on the right reason, that hardly any apply, and you know why.

That said, now I think I know what the official putsch is going to be.

Using the Federal courts to do to local police departments what they did to school districts a long time ago.

Most of us think that all they did, the Federal judiciary, was order forced busing and deseg within a school district.

Actually in some cases it went a lot further: In St. Louis, there was an order of a voluntary deseg program between districts, and in Kansas City, they ordered a massive spending program for the KCPS and ordered that the KCPS allow white suburban students to enroll (but thankfully, not the other way around), the genesis of the olympic swimming pools and the model UN discussion halls.

“But Blogmeister, we know that, too.”

Okay, but I bet you don’t know this, which turns out to be relevant to the whole Ferguson hullabaloo:

At one point in the 1970s, the Federal courts in St. Louis ordered the subsumation of the then all black Kinloch school district into what was then a mostly white Ferguson-Florissant school district, and then an “internal” deseg program within the new larger district.

So add this all together, and what do I predict?

If, for example, the Ferguson P.D. only has three blacks and one patrol-level black in a department of 53, and that won’t change because blacks won’t apply, then the Federal courts will either start merging municipal police departments or perhaps ordering all municipal P.D.s in St. Louis County eliminated and all law enforcement duties in the county will come out of the St. Louis County P.D., which at this time only has primary jurisdiction over unincorporated areas and municipalities without a P.D. for whatever reason (too small, can’t afford, corruption investigation, etc.). And the St. Louis County P.D. (“County Browns,” for their brown uniforms) are affirmative action happy, thank you Charlie Dooley.

Because, that damned 14th Amendment of that damned Constitution that all these damned Constitutionalists love so much.




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