With two weeks till the election, Democrats are giddy about their prospects, reports the New York Times. But a Democratic Congress, warns Phyllis Schlafly, would cripple the effort to end judicial tyranny and restore democracy. The author of The Supremacists says this is a disaster we must avoid.
Supremacist judges on lower federal courts are increasingly aggressive in handing down decisions against parents' rights and religion and in favor of feminists and gays. And since the Supreme Court has cut its caseload by half since 1980, these absurd decisions are final. We must monitor nominations to the lower federal courts just as closely as Supreme Court nominations, warns Phyllis Schlafly.
President Bush has proved again that he's not serious about securing our borders. Why else would he send Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff to support Indiana Congressman Mike Pence at a press conference today? Pence's highly-touted immigration plan is better known as "Amnesty Lite and Unlimited Guest Workers," says Phyllis Schlafly. And the executive branch isn't the only power putting our country at risk. Supremacist judges are just as guilty.
Mrs. Schlafly, the author of The Supremacists: The Tyranny of Judges and How to Stop It, is associated with the Secure Borders Coalition, whose members have signed a Declaration to oppose any political candidates who support the Pence or any other guest worker plan.
The infamous Kelo decision, which allowed a developer to seize private property under eminent domain, could do more damage than anyone expected. A Spanish company will claim the property of dozens of ranchers and farmers in Oklahoma and Texas to build a toll road next year--and collect the profits. This outrage is only the beginning, says Phyllis Schlafly, the author of The Supremacists: The Tyranny of Judges and How to Stop It.
Americans can name Snow White's seven dwarfs, but not their Supreme Court justices, reports a new Zogby poll. This shocking insight into the American mind underscores one reason our judicial system is so awry. Informed voters are the first line of defense against judicial tyranny, says Phyllis Schlafly.
Perhaps there are limits on judicial tyranny after all. The high courts of New York, Georgia, and now Washington have upheld laws against gay marriage. Gay activists are discovering that they can't depend on the courts to enact their agenda, says Phyllis Schlafly.
Michael Newdow, the California atheist infamous for his tiresome crusade against the Pledge of Allegiance, received bad news on Wednesday. The House of Representatives passed a measure to remove all Pledge cases from the courts. If the Senate follows suit, Newdow will be barred from abusing our judiciary and our Pledge.
With the Supreme Court on vacation, now's the time for Congress to limit the scope for judicial mischief. National Review Online's Hadley Arkes suggests cutting off federal funding for partial-birth abortion and protecting tax-exemption for religious organizations that oppose gay marriage. These are the kind of measures that Phyllis Schlafly urges in The Supremacists: The Tyranny of Judges and How to Stop It.
Read Hadley Arkes' article at National Review Online.
Faced with the ultimate challenge to their authority, a voter-proposed constitutional amendment, the judicial tyrants of Massachusetts warn that a ban prohibiting same-sex marriage is "discrimination in its rawest form."