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Monday, September 09, 2013

Judges Who Want to Be Supremacists

Redefining the First Amendment is a core aim of Barack Obama's plan to "fundamentally transform the United States." He is steadily changing the First Amendment's words, "free exercise" of religion, to the much more restricted notion of freedom of worship. That means he will still accord us our right to go inside our churches, lock the doors and worship as we please. But with the help of atheist organizations and supremacist judges, Obama is steadily chipping away at our constitutional right of "free exercise" in public places, public events, and public schools.

Obama is now using ObamaCare to force employers to provide contraception and abortion-inducing drugs to employees not only of churches, but also to employees of religious institutions such as schools, colleges and hospitals, and even to force the mandate on Christian employers who find it contrary to their religious belief. Dozens of lawsuits are now climbing through the judiciary to challenge this mandate.

Obama not only has the help of the ACLU and similar organizations to pursue anti-religion litigation, but he is determined to appoint many like-minded judges on the federal courts. He recently nominated a scary feminist named Nina Pillard to the important D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. Her extremist views include her statement that abortion is necessary to help "free women from historically routine conscription into maternity." Obama would surely like to get supremacist judges to carry out his goals to rewrite the meaning of the First Amendment. We hope the Senators will expose Nina Pillard's paper trail of extremist feminist and pro-abortion writings.

The Supreme Court's decision on marriage last June is a glaring example of supremacist judges grabbing the authority to change the meaning of marriage which has been part of American law for centuries. The supremacist justices were not willing to let the People decide.

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