Who is the Solicitor General? By Leslie A. Fischman
Google defines the Solicitor General as: “the law officer directly below the attorney general in the US Department of Justice, responsible for arguing cases before the US Supreme Court.”
Today in the Press Secretary’s Briefing room they asked about the Solicitor General. What issues should be generally brought before the Court? Issues concerning more than a majority of the minority opinions. Issues that are important to us in the future. Usually minority opinions, are issues seldom discussed, but brought up over and over again. Are issues brought up over and over again, evidence of importance to the future, how and for what causes should they be brought before the US Supreme Court?
Today I was thinking about … what is common, and what is important to just a few. Whether issues are just issues to the mentally ill, or whether they have actual backing and of significance for discussion. Personal issues are never that important, but when personal issues with individuals affect more than a majority then they should be brought up. –Today there are fires in Ventura, and it made me think. Think about issues just concerning me: (1) Paranoia (2) Public Opinion and (3) Public Consciousness. What is important to me, and what is important for discussion. What is important for all, and what is important for the proper maintenance of mental health in this Country. And I came to a solution just now: (1) order of importance (a) toward self and (b) toward others. That should be the proper basis for determining order of priority of issues concerning all.
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