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Resistance Is Feudal: Understanding the Role of the Court, Especially in Civil “Abuse” Prosecutions

May 28, 2018

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The role of the court, despite popular notions and its own rhetoric, is not to mete out justice. The role of the court is to keep power where it’s “supposed to be.” Does that mean the court privileges plaintiffs over defendants, the rich over the poor, and the titled over the commoner? Generally, yes. Little […]

Why More Falsely Accused Don’t Speak Out

May 17, 2015

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If procedural abuses are epidemic (and they are), why do so few vociferously complain? Why isn’t the Internet inundated with personal horror stories (and why aren’t state representatives’ in-boxes choked with them)? We purportedly enjoy the privilege of free speech, so why isn’t it exercised more? The absence of rampant complaints of procedural abuse is misleading. Limitation […]