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Thursday, May 25, 2023

Government Will Act in Its Own Selfish Interests. Update!

By Rich Kozlovich

On Monday May 22, 2023 I posted this commentary, Government Will Act in Its Own Selfish Interests, discussing this article: 

April 26th article by Robert Stilson entitled, The Usual Suspects in Tyler v. Hennepin County, highlighting what are in my opinion is blatant theft of America's citizens by government. This is something I've followed for years, and I'm truly glad to see this is finally going to be addressed by SCOTUS. However, based on the cat fight between Kagan and Sotomayor over a petty case involving a copyright case, I just hope they have the brain power and emotional stability to handle this.

After outlining the outrageous behavior by Hannepin County, which isn't the only governmental unit in the nation predating their citizens in this disgusting manner, as this has been going on all over the nation for years, I ended the article saying:

Are there private special interests involved with government decision making? Yes, but there's a difference, their interests can be ignored with impunity. And that's the big difference between private special interests and government special interests. Government can't be ignored, because they can, and will, enforce their interests with force, even in violation of the rules of law. I hope SCOTUS has the mental capacity and emotional stability to understand that.

Well, it appears they do, at least in this case. Here's the update by  Scott Johnson - Geraldine Tyler’s (good) day in court  - Ms. Tyler has prevailed 9-0. Chief Justice Roberts wrote the opinion for the Court. Justice Gorsuch filed a concurring opinion in which Justice Jackson joined. The Court’s decision is posted here.

Kudos to SCOTUS, and it's been hard to hand out kudos to them. 


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