Tag: Supreme court

Leftist Judge Leaked Anti-Posser Story Because Her Claim Is Garbage

-By Warner Todd Huston A few days ago I posted a story about a leftist judge accusing Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser of physically attacker her in a closed-doors meeting of the justices. The lefty sites went mad for this story, but as the days wore on the lefty judge’s claims started to seem... Read more »

Lefties Try to Smear Wisconsin's Judge Prosser... Again

-By Warner Todd Huston Oh, the leftists thought they had him this time (again). So, they began a campaign to smear him (again). Turns out they were wrong (again). And their allegations mysteriously disappeared from the Internet after they found out they were wrong (again). The left tried once again to smear Wisconsin Supreme Court... Read more »

VIDEO: Kloppenburg Makes Fool of Herself With Wisconsin Recount

-By Warner Todd Huston So far, other than the 10,000 likely fraudulent Kloppenburg-favoring votes from the Madison area, there doesn’t really seem to be any compelling evidence of vote fraud in the recent election for Wisconsin’s Supreme Court race. David Prosser won by some 7,000 votes. Still, his challenger, JoAnne Kloppenburg, is demanding a recount... Read more »
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VIDEO: Prosser Finally Declares Victory in Wisconsin

-By Warner Todd Huston Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser has at last declared victory in the Wisc. Court race. He had a great quote, too: “I presume this is my last campaign and that my fifteen minutes of celebrity will soon be over. Greta has stopped calling.” Good one. Prosser’s opponent, the union-backed Joanne... Read more »

Judge Prosser Declared Winner, Left Loses BIG In Wisconsin Union Fight

-By Warner Todd Huston A county canvas of votes for Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice is finished and the result shows that Judge David Prosser, a 12-year veteran of the courts, won reelection over his union-backed opponent. Judge David Prosser’s total now officially stands at 752,323 votes to challenger Joanne F. Kloppenburg’s 745,007. This spread represents... Read more »

BREAKING, BIG Upset: Prosser Finds 7,000 Votes in Wisconsin??

-By Warner Todd Huston OK, folks, it seems that Waukesha County has discovered a computer error in its vote count which gives Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser 7,000 new votes. This completely changes the game to wipe out the 200 some lead that challenger Kloppenburg had giving Prosser a big win. Now, I am... Read more »
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Vote Fraud in Wisconsin Supreme Court Race

-By Warner Todd Huston The leftists are at it again trying to steal the election to make sure that Judge Prosser firmly loses any recount possibility. It appears that ballots are being illegally destroyed before they can be put into a recount in at least one county and in another the vote totals are not... Read more »

VIDEO: Another Lefty Garbles the Citizens United Case

-By Warner Todd Huston Annie Leonard has made another one of her left-wing, hopelessly skewed videos and in this one she employed every unthinking left-wing trope possible to garble the Citizens United case from last year. Well, Lee Doren has unleashed another fantastic take down of Leonard’s nonsense. This one is very much worth sticking... Read more »

Rahmin' It Home, Emanuel Stays on the Chicago Mayor Ballot

-By Warner Todd Huston At last, the question of whether Rahm Emanuel should stay on the ballot has been settled once and for all. The Illinois Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that the Appellate Court’s decision to throw Rahm off the ballot was a “novel standard” without “any foundation in Illinois Law.” Therefore, Rahm Emanuel... Read more »
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Our Out Of Control Courts: Bankruptcy Courts Now Deciding Cases on Feelings?

-By Warner Todd Huston One of the issues that many conservatives have focused on is our out of control court system and the constant judicial overreach that occurs therein. Here we have yet another case of a court insinuating itself into an area in which it previously never had purview and if this decision stands... Read more »