FEATURED: “Abstract Art,” 21 March 2013
FEATURED: “Art Changing the World – Futurism,” 23 March 2013
FEATURED: “Abstract and Surreal Art,” 31 March 2013
FEATURED: “Image Writing,” 6 April 2013
~ paper collage
The Supreme Court of The United States of America begins sessions each year on the first Monday of October. The Justices are appointed by The President, with the advice and consent of the Congress, and they serve for life or until they choose to retire.
The Court chooses which appeals they will hear from the many requests submitted. Rarely do they cut the Gordian Knot of complex situations set forth in written form and oral argument; instead they unravel, point by point, the twisted threads of interpretation of law presented in the underlying cases,
The Public for the most part does not interest themselves in decisions unless it is their ox being gored. This week, all eyes are on the Court as oral arguments are heard in the matter of The Defense of Marriage Act, which defines “marriage” as between one man and one woman, and more particularly, the lower Court holding in California that denying marriage to those of the same sex is against the principle of equality under the law.