Front Page
Constitutional Intro
Constitution & Bill of Rights
Constitution vs Treaties
Constitutional Rights
Civil Rights
Supreme Court
Electoral College
Justice & Juries
Case Law
Natural Law
Law Precedents
Executive Orders
Judicial Accountability
News Media Bias
Gun Ownership
2nd Amendment
Gun Issues
The United Nations
World Issues
American Loyalty
Citizen's Comments
Youth & Crime
Police Actions
World/Olympic Shooting
The Sounding Board
US Times
Save Your Guns
Shots Heard Downrange
U.S. History/Formation
Words of Wisdom
Voting Recommendations
Constitution Defender
Editorial/Editorial Policy
Constitution Conflicts
Corporate Profiles



Justice begs the question, "Why a Supreme Court."

To better understand the reasons for establishing a Supreme Court, a view of the history of the thirteen colonies versus King George of England is in order. Records indicate that the King was overbearing, unjust and domineering.

After suffering under intolerable conditions for a long time and having exhausted every means of arbitration with the British, the colonists finally rebelled. Some believe that the tea tax was the reason but this was simply "the straw that broke the camel's back". Others believe that "taxation without representation" was the cause; certainly it was a major factor, but complaints were many and not limited to these alone.

Complete Article