Justice Quotations

The Future is Now

The Future is Now

  A Prediction for the Future: Reason will be replaced by Revelation... Knowledge will degenerate into a riot of subjective visions... Idealism will be replaced by materialism... Diverted from its normal outlet in patriotism or civic and family pride, the need of...

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Peace and War

Peace and War

The Iroquois Nation presumably understood the transformative power of war when they developed parallel systems of government that protected civilian from warriors and vice versa. Peacetime leaders, called sachems, were often chosen by women and had complete authority...

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A Push For Unequal Justice

A Push For Unequal Justice

On prime-time television, lawyers are everywhere.  In real life, lawyers are a luxury many people who need them can't afford. It is deeply disappointing to see members of the House of Representatives willing to slash to budget of the Legal Services Corporation. Set up...

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The Responsibility of Trust

The Responsibility of Trust

Justice must not only be done, it must appear to be done. The authority of the federal judiciary rests upon the trust of the public and the bar.*  Courts that articulate no reasons for their decisions undermine that trust by creating the appearance of arbitrariness....

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Sounds Like Good Advice

Sounds Like Good Advice

Show forgiveness, speak for justice and avoid the ignorant. ~ Koran   610 AD    Arabia    Sacred text of Islam Historical Age, Dark Age 700-1400 AD; Astrological Age, Pisces 1 AD - 2000.    

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Moonstruck

Moonstruck

America born under the Moon-ruled sign of the Crab, has a history rich with references to the founding fathers. On July 4th 1776, a date some say was selected by Benjamin Franklin using his knowledge of astrology, the moon was in freedom-loving Aquarius. To an...

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We Must Dissent

We Must Dissent

We cannot play ostrich. Democracy just cannot flourish amid fear. Liberty cannot bloom amid hate. Justice cannot take root amid rage. America must get to work. In the chill climate in which we live, we must go against the prevailing wind. We must dissent from the...

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A PUSH FOR UNEQUAL JUSTICE

A PUSH FOR UNEQUAL JUSTICE

On prime-time television, lawyers are everywhere. In real life, lawyers are a luxury many people who need them can't afford. It is deeply disappointing to see members of the House of Representatives willing to slash to budget of the Legal Services Corporation. Set up...

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The Confidence of Knowing

The Confidence of Knowing

I have confidence in the laws of morals as of botany. I have planted maize in my field every June for 17 years and I never knew it come up strychnine. My parsley, beet, turnip, carrot, buck-thorn,chestnut, acorn, are as sure. I believe that justice produces justice...

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A New Leader Speaks

A New Leader Speaks

You can't expel hope. You can’t expel justice. You can't expel our voice. And you sure can’t expel our fight. We look forward to continuing to fight. Continuing to advocate until “justice rolls down like water, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.”*
  Let’s...

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The Art of Justice

The Art of Justice

  Justinia The Historical Courthouse of Tehran, the capital of Iran.   Using neoclassical architecture, the architect for this extraordinary building  was Czechoslovak architect  Stanislav Sůva.  The bas relief of Justinia, also in the neoclassical style, ...

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