< Back 5   of   Next 5 >  ::  JOIN  ::  Forum  ::  Info  ::  Next Ring  
True Justice - All the extravagance and incompetence of our present government is due, in the main, to lawyers, and, in part at least,

  Forums     Market     Login   Signup



True Justice

Listed in:
Home > Government & Politics > Law > Criminal Justice
Manager: sartre
"All the extravagance and incompetence of our present government is due, in the main, to lawyers, and, in part at least, to good ones. They are responsible for nine-tenths of the useless and vicious laws that now clutter the statute-books, and for all the evils that go with the vain attempt to enforce them. Every Federal judge is a lawyer. So are most Congressmen. Every invasion of the plain rights of citizens has a lawyer behind it. If all lawyers were hanged tomorrow, and their bones sold to a mah jong factory, we'd be freer and safer, and our taxes would be reduced by almost half." H.L. Mencken, "Breathing Space," The Baltimore Evening Sun (Aug. 4, 1924)
 

Sponsored Links


   Innocence Initiative and Defence Project Preview Go
Looking for pro bono legal aid in an Alabama Death-Row appeals case.
   High OnTop ShysHill Preview Go
Inmates family pages, Prison Issues, Inmate pen Pals
   Snailmail and Prison Pals Preview Go
A penpal site with free listings for inmates.


   Prison News Network Preview Go
Spreading the news about current issues affecting prisoners and their loved ones. Urgent action requests are highlighted through the PNN e-mail list. Over 150 members are currently networking together on this list.
   The Grand Jury: Cornerstone of the Constitution Preview Go
The grand jury is the cornerstone of the Constitution. When it operates as it was designed by the Framers of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights cannot be infringed by the government. When it is a rubber stamp for the prosecutor, the Bill of Rights are seriously undermined. By educating those called to be grand jurors we can begin to reclaim those rights eviscerated by the federal jud






Contact Us | Copyright © 2001-2016 WebRing®, Inc. Terms of Service - Help - Privacy Policy