What legal recourse do voters have against lawyer politicians who knowingly violate the law, either through the passage of unconstitutional bills, or through illegal actions and policy?
Should Some Lawyer-Politicians be Disbarred?
What recourse do American voters have with elected officials, and especially those who are attorneys, who knowingly pass illegal laws and policies, which violate the Constitution?
California will now offer a third gender option on driver’s licenses and birth certificates for “nonbinary” people who do not identify as male or female under a bill headed to Gov. Jerry Brown.
Senate Bill 179, by LGBTQIA activists state Sens. Toni Atkins, D-San Diego, and Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco,passed the Legislature this week, and is illegal. Your birth certificate and California drivers license are legal government documents. And the birth certificate is used to get an international passport.
Sen. Weiner received his law degree from Harvard Law School. Yet this is the author’s statement in his bill: “Current law creates onerous and unnecessary barriers for people who wish to apply for a change in gender on their state-issued identity documents,” as stated in the bill analysis from the Assembly Judiciary Committee. However, the bill analysis also provides current law for the process to legally apply for a name change.
Lawyers, who will sue over this?
The Arrogant Imperial Presidency
Americans lived for eight years under the Imperial President Barack Obama and his lawless administration, blatantly violating the strictures of our founding document. Examples of President Obama violating his Constitutional authority abound, from inventing Labor Law Exemptions, “amending” Obamacare, “recess” appointments made while the Senate was in session, to name just a few. “In its first term, the Administration launched a ‘We Can’t Wait’ initiative, with senior aide Dan Pfeiffer explaining that ‘when Congress won’t act, this president will.’ And earlier this year, President Obama said in announcing his new economic plans that ‘I will not allow gridlock, or inaction, or willful indifference to get in our way,’” Forbes reported in 2013.
The Heritage Foundation wrote.
“In addition to unlawful or unconstitutional actions, the Obama Administration abused its executive power by asserting broad claims of prosecutorial discretion, abandoning its defense of laws in court, and issuing expansive waivers to existing laws “While some of these actions might not be challengeable in court for technical legal reasons related to the standing of parties to file suit, these actions invoke unreasonable legal positions that were adopted seemingly for partisan political reasons.”
“We can’t wait for an increasingly dysfunctional Congress to do its job. Where they won’t act, I will.”—President Barack Obama
“Time and again, President Barack Obama signaled his willingness to ‘go it alone,’ acting without congressional approval. Indeed, he has trumpeted this as a virtue of his Administration rather than a vice,” the Heritage Foundation explained. “While it might not be possible to define in all instances precisely when an action crosses the line and falls outside the scope of the President’s statutory or constitutional authority, what follows is a list of unilateral actions taken by the Obama Administration that we think do cross that line.”