The notification of Suzanne Ferrett’s declaration on Justice was timely confirmation of what I already had in mind to blog about today on a few legal issues relating to the current case before the Supreme Courts of the United States. Also pertinent is a remark about freedoms within British and American law arising from the famous Magna Carta, which I covered in some depth during its 800th anniversary and in subsequent posts.
First, in case you may have missed my postscript to my re-blog of Wanda Alger’s post For the Justices of The Supreme Court, which provided a headline link to The Gateway Pundit news item, these screenshots now provide the specific article in full:
My readers may recall my posts on Catholic Bishops and Archbishop’s warnings about Biden’s deceptive claim about being devout Catholic and pointing out he favours full-term abortion, whereas President Trump not only protected unborn babies but also appointed new Supreme justices (points 1 & 2, Trump’s Heart for The Kingdom part 4). In fact, I blogged on that difference as being measured against the divine plumbline!
On the previous day upon reading The DailyTelegraph op-ed The failed Whitehall Blob threatens to push Britain back into lockdown I immediately noted Sherelle Jacobs citing Magna Carta. Here’s her opening and closing paragraphs:
This op-ed generated many letters and commenst, the best of which she replies to in ‘Boris is failing to tame the Blob’.