Kary Love: The Tokyo and Nuremberg War Crimes Trials were a landmark rejection of what was once taken for granted: warlords and kings, who gained their power and thrones through violence were no longer heroes but criminals.
Kary Love: A conclusion the President is above the law would need an express power granted the President and none is stated in Art II, nor elsewhere in the Constitution.
Kary Love: Trump appears to be unraveling Lincoln’s legacy by encouraging racial divides, supporting voter suppression, even discounting absentee ballots of soldiers deployed overseas in the Florida senate race, and by planning to delete birthright citizenship from the Constitution by Presidential Order.
Kary Love: The foundation of America is the idea that true representation of the people, meaningful consent to the laws its government passes, must be obtained by the government or it risks being “illegitimate” or a government of “outlaws.”
Kary Love: If killing is not repudiated, it invites more killing. Revenge cycles abound. Killing, ironically, is pregnant, not with life, but with more killing.
Kary Love: The recent disappearance and probable killing of Saudi national but US resident journalist Jamal Khashoggi has some common-sense problems. Something about it seems rotten.
Kary Love: The Constitution, with its Bill of Rights, with guidance from the Declaration of Independence on the bounds of legitimate government, has empowered the average American to take up the cause of liberty and justice
Kary Love: I see no rational basis for Total War only the primitive, bestial urge to destruction usually associated with rabid animals or the suicidally insane. In either case, not wise.
Kary Love: Involuntary separation of minor kids from their parents is, I am sorry to say, clearly a most odious punishment. A hearing before doing so seems mandated by John 7:51.
Kary Love: No, the people who deserve the Nobel Peace Prize if peace is attained are the Peace Workers of the World. I think they have scared KJU and DT into peace.
Kary Love: The war on drugs has been a disaster. The people, long suffering from its inanity, have awoken to the disservice their “servants” in government have done to them.
Kary Love: John Bolton has a long history of advocating death. Now he advocates the death of law itself. The American people are now called upon to judge.
Kary Love: Pardoning law enforcement officers who violate the Constitution undermines the very law enforcement that exists to preserve and protect the Constitution.