Justice Quotations

kleptocrat nation (klep toe krat nay shun)

kleptocrat nation (klep toe krat nay shun)

kleptocrat nation (klep toe krat nay shun), n. 1. a body of people ruled by thieves. 2. a government characterized by the practice of transferring money and power from the many to the few. 3. a ruling class of moneyed elites that usurps liberty, justice, sovereignty,...

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Be Brave, Be Strong, You Are Loved

Be Brave, Be Strong, You Are Loved

Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 2004     8:42 AM To: Martha Dear Ms. Stewart, I wanted you to know that even though you don't know me, I have come to greatly respect and admire you.  I began watching your TV show a few years ago and love your recipes and home decorating...

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Curious People On The Loose

Curious People On The Loose

All religions try to benefit people, with the same basic message of the need for love and compassion, for justice and honesty, for contentment. So merely changing formal religious affiliations will often not help much. On the other hand, in pluralistic, democratic...

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No Blindfolds in Alabama

No Blindfolds in Alabama

But justice is a funny thing, and in Alabama, justice isn’t blind. She knows the color of your skin, your education level and how much money you have in the bank. I may not have had any money, but I had enough education to understand exactly how justice was working in...

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The Guardians of Peace and Justice

The Guardians of Peace and Justice

For over a thousand generations the Jedi Knights were the guardians of peace and justice in the old Republic, before the dark times, before the Empire. ~ Star Wars   2005   United States    Epic Space Opera Historical Age, New Age 1975, Astrological Age, Aquarius...

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Let’s Talk

Let’s Talk

The quarterback wanted kneeling in protest for the anthem to start a national talk about race and justice. Thanks to the president’s blast of rage, we have one.* ~ Les Carpenter  United States  Journalist * Colin Kaepernick has won: he wanted a conversation and Trump...

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What! Money Can’t Buy Everything?

What! Money Can’t Buy Everything?

There are three things that earthly riches can never do; they can never satisfy divine justice, they can never pacify divine wrath, nor can they ever quiet a guilty conscience. And till these things are done man is undone. ~Thomas Brooks  1608-1680   England  ...

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Pardon Me M’am

Pardon Me M’am

But as politics or justice, the pardon is a fraud. "In all supremacy of power," said a 17th century philosopher, "there is inherent a prerogative to pardon." The reverse is equally true: in all prerogative to pardon, there is inherent the supremacy of power. The logic...

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There Is No Love Without Justice

There Is No Love Without Justice

The time has come to tell the truth. Again. There is no love without justice. Men and women who cannot be just deny themselves and everyone they choose to be intimate with the freedom to know mutual love. If we remain unable to imagine a world where love can be...

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No Short Cuts for Freedom

No Short Cuts for Freedom

… freedom and equality of justice are essential to a democracy and that denial of justice is the short cut to anarchy. ~ Reginald Heber Smith 1889-1996  United States  Father of Legal Aid in America. Historical Age, Age of Reason, 1650-1950; Astrological Age, Pisces,...

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