Defying the wishes of voters and legislators alike, Massachusetts' Supreme Judicial Court yesterday sanctioned America's first homosexual marriages – a shocking decision coming hot on the heels of other recent judicial edicts banning the "Under God" phrase from the Pledge of Allegiance, legalizing sodomy, removing the Ten Commandments from an Alabama courthouse, and other decisions – each seemingly more alarming and out of touch with mainstream America than the last.
Responded to yesterday's decision, widely decried as the very death-knell to traditional marriage, Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney exclaimed: "We've heard from the court, but not from the people," and pleaded that "the people of Massachusetts should not be excluded from a decision as fundamental to our society as the definition of marriage."
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What can Americans do about a judiciary increasingly regarded as activist, unconstitutional and downright dangerous?
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"THE CONSTITUTION: America's ultimate battleground" shines a bright journalistic spotlight on a critical question: Is the U.S. Constitution, as many today contend, a "living" document whose interpretation can change and evolve over the decades, so that it means whatever legislators and judges want it to mean? Or, is it still the supreme law of the land, which must govern every aspect of government according to the original intent of its framers – a document that severely restricts government, especially at the national level, while guaranteeing the "unalienable rights" of American citizens?
"LAW-LESS: Why many Americans fear attorneys and judges more than terrorists,"
shows conclusively that, from the Supreme Court on down, America's judiciary is out of control. Once representing the hope of justice, equality under law and protection of the innocent, it has largely become just the opposite – persecutor of the innocent, protector of the corrupt and destroyer of the Constitution, says this no-holds-barred edition.
"THE MYTH OF CHURCH-STATE SEPARATION" shows conclusively that the entire "constitutional separation of church and state" is a recent fabrication of activist judges who have ignored the Constitution's clear meaning. Indeed, says U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist in that issue, "There is simply no historical foundation for the proposition that the Framers intended to build the 'wall of separation' [between church and state]."
Starting with the famous 1801 letter written by the Baptists of Danbury, Conn., to newly elected President Thomas Jefferson – and Jefferson's brief response, in which he coined the phrase "a wall of separation between church and state" to assure his constituents that the new Constitution would not establish a national church or otherwise infringe on their religious liberties – this special Whistleblower edition attacks the church-state issue from every conceivable angle.
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