Unelected and unaccountable judges have no right to rule a free people.
Patrick Buchanan wrote
:When politicians don black robes and seize powers they do not have, they should be called out for what they are – usurpers and petty tyrants. And if there is a cause upon which the populist right should unite, it is that elected representatives and executives make the laws and rule the nation. Not judges, and not justices.
Secularist justices de-Christianized our country. They invented new rights for vicious criminals as though criminal justice were a game.
They tore our country apart with idiotic busing orders to achieve racial balance in public schools. They turned over centuries of tradition and hundreds of state, local and federal laws to discover that the rights to an abortion and same-sex marriage were there in Madison's Constitution all along. We just couldn't see them.
In today's America, Justices sit on the U.S. Supreme Court and basically do as they please, ignoring the Founder's design in regard to the Constitution's power to restrain the wrecking of society.
As Angelo Codevilla noted in his article "After the
As for the Supreme Court, the American people have seen it invent rights where there were none—e.g., abortion—while trammeling ones that had been the republic's spine, such as the free exercise of religion and freedom of speech. The Court taught Americans that the word 'public' can mean 'private' (
Kelo v. City of New London), that 'penalty' can mean 'tax' (
King v. Burwell), and that holding an opinion contrary to its own can only be due to an 'irrational animus' (
Obergefell v. Hodges).