Morals are not just good ideas; they are founded in a perfect understanding of man’s nature. Moral character supports truth, family, human dignity and civilized community norms. George Washington said, “It is substantially true that virtue or morality is a necessary spring of popular government. Who that is a sincere friend to it, can look with indifference upon attempts to shake the foundation of the fabric” (George Washington, Farewell Address).
A moral compass is needed in the courts. The inferiority of current Case Law is proven by the fact that its proponents need the monopoly force of tenure-powered government judges willing to blindside the people with a twisted version of the Bill of [God-given unalienable citizen] Rights. The tyranny of judicial corruption and subsequent loss of citizen control over the soft sciences in public schools has led to cultural devastation. This has only become effective with the elimination of Higher Authority morality-based Common Law in America around 1955. The reliable ruler, by which we formerly measured, is gone.
Quoting John Stuart Mill about the injustice of totalitarians, the late Supreme Court Judge Rehnquist wrote, “The disposition of mankind, whether as rulers or as fellow citizens, to impose their own opinions and inclinations as a rule of conduct on others, is so energetically supported by some of the best and by some of the worst feeling incident to human nature, that it is hardly ever kept under restraint by anything but want of power” (The Supreme Court, William H. Rehnquist, Random House, Inc., New York, 2002, p. 277).
Darwinian Case Law
The term “Darwinian Case Law” comes from a Harvard University law professor, Christopher C. Langdell, who was a Darwinian and thought to be the leading inspiration for the adoption of controlling man-made Precedents for Case Law (Understanding the Times, David A. Noebel, Harvest House, 1991, pp. 506-510). Reliance on Case Law Precedents caused many law students to discount the very essence of the Constitution and traditional Common Law morality when judging issues. Laws advanced to remove First Amendment and Tenth Amendment citizen protections are devastatingly harmful to society.
Law school professors who discount the upfront moral predicate that applies to Common Law go hand-in–hand with government public education tolerance for leftist political correctness that is now dividing America against itself. Sanctuary cities mandated by Case Law Precedent shelter dangerous criminals and government school campuses that, in turn, shelter moral pollution cry out for the return to Common Law justice.
Beginning around 1955, Case Law reversals of First Amendment religio/education freedom from government dictation and government-empowered teachers’ unions opened the gate for tenuring secular education exclusivists. Instead of unifying belief in “One Nation Under God,” small cadres of militant revisionist teachers became secure in their jobs. The good teacher majority became captive to teachers’ unions funded by union dues required of teachers. God-rejecting secular religion becomes a government protected religio/education monopoly over local public school systems. Creator-rejecting Darwinian revisionism is now being taught as if it is an irrefutable science.
~ D. Norris