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Tighten Up the Language

Tighten Up the Language

Let's tighten up the language and clear the air about the basics for public education.  The language of secular open-mindedness, along with Darwinian origin and meaning of life, have proven to be diabolical enemies of the rule of law. The underpinning for the rule of...

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The Limited Role of Judges

The Limited Role of Judges

The boundaries of authority that limit the role of judges to settling disputes is mandated by the construct of the Constitution.  Chief Justice John Roberts compares the role of the judges with the role of baseball umpires.  Baseball needs umpires to call balls and...

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The Right to Choose

The Right to Choose

The importance of firmness in retaining the original meaning of the Constitution for judiciary, legislative and administrative separation merits repeated emphasis.  The duty of unelected judges is to settle disputes based upon the Constitution and Precedents...

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Everson v. Board of Education

Everson v. Board of Education

The 1947 Everson v. Board of Education decision was a departure from American legal foundations, striking at the very heart of self-government and liberty.  Within fifteen years, radicals on American campuses were gleefully rejecting and attacking core American belief...

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Marbury v. Madison

Marbury v. Madison

The great harm done to America by liberal judges is, in no small part, due to the shameless contrivance and exploitation of the Marbury v. Madison decision.  It was not the intent of the Marbury v. Madison decision to make the court supreme and enable judges to assume...

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“A Christian Manifesto” by Dr. Francis A. Schaeffer

“A Christian Manifesto” by Dr. Francis A. Schaeffer

Excerpts from "A Christian Manifesto" by Dr. Francis A. Schaeffer. This address was delivered by the late Dr. Schaeffer in 1982 at the Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It is based on one of his books, which bears the same title.   Christians,...

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The Highest Court is Not the Supreme Authority

The Highest Court is Not the Supreme Authority

Why is it that so many things have gone wrong in the judicial branch of government?  Before proceeding, I want to acknowledge and honor the many attorneys and truly fine judges, including conservatives, on the Supreme Court who recognize the limited purpose of...

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John Adams:  A Government of Laws and Not of Men

John Adams: A Government of Laws and Not of Men

John Adams used the words "government of laws, and not of men" when he wrote the Bill of Rights for the Massachusetts Constitution in 1780.  The preamble to the Massachusetts Constitution includes:  "We, therefore, the people of Massachusetts, acknowledging, with...

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John Marshall:  A Government of Laws and Not of Men

John Marshall: A Government of Laws and Not of Men

A related cause of judicial incompetence is the foolishness of judges who have closeted the true role of the nation's basis for law--the non-sectarian biblical principles of the Declaration of Independence. John Marshall wrote the landmark 1803 Marbury v. Madison...

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The Defilement of the Judiciary

The Defilement of the Judiciary

Definite and specific American principles for law do exist.  Under the influence of these principles, our nation became the overwhelming choice of immigrants throughout the world.  Chief among the foundations of the American philosophy for governing is the belief that...

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