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Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Schlafly: People should challenge aggressive judges

One pro-family activist is warning that U.S. judges are seeking supremacy over the branches of government and over the will of the people, but she says Americans can do something about it.

At a recent tele-training conference hosted by PreserveLiberty.com, Eagle Forum President Phyllis Schlafly stated that judges across the nation are getting more aggressive in their attempts to throw out traditional marriage and biblical values.

"It really is an outrage when the judges are trying to decide important issues like the definition of marriage, like taking private property, like whether we have a cross [or] whether we're able to say a prayer at a public school event," Schlafly laments.

She argues that the American people should not sit idly, but should instead engage in their culture and their government. The Eagle Forum leader believes that President Obama was able to pass the stimulus plan partly because he engaged activists in home groups where they were rallied and encouraged to call their congressmen and support the law.

"We can play that game, too," Schlafly notes. "But in particular of the courts, I think that one of the most important elections last November 2 was the bouncing out of three judges of the Iowa State Supreme Court who had voted for same-sex 'marriage,' overriding the will of the legislature and the people of Iowa."

So the pro-family activist is urging Americans to take advantage of the tools available to them, including her book, The Supremacists: The Tyranny Of Judges And How To Stop It, which is free for in-home discussions, study groups and book clubs.

Source: OneNewsNow.com

1 comment:

Wesley 'Whitey Lawful' Mcgranor said...

They obviously found a loophole--however preverse--in our neglected common law heritage.

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