Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Your Daily Bread for Life...7/17/16: The Supreme Court


Your Daily Bread for Life.
Impact June 2015 D James Kennedy.
Three things you think you know about the Supreme Court--- But Don’t!!!!



1) The Constitution makes the Supreme Court the final authoritative interpreter of the Constitution. THIS STATEMENT IS FALSE! The Constitution deals only briefly with the United States Supreme Court (along with all federal courts) to judge disputes arising between state governments and citizens of other states. Article 3 in 1803 in the case of Marbury verses Madison the court asserted its power to review laws and determine their constitutionality. It was Jefferson who stated that making judges the arbiters of all constitutional questions was a dangerous doctrine indeed and one that would place USA under the despotism of an oligarchy.


2. The Supreme Court Judgement is the Law of the land. AGAIN, THIS STATEMENT IS FALSE! That power is exclusively to the people’s elected representatives. The Supreme Court has no authority to declare the law of the land. 

3. We are obligated to obey the Supreme Court. FALSE: Not unless you are a direct party to a case taken before the courts. For decades the Supreme Court has been inventing rights out of thin air and ordering them enforced as law. Rights which have included killing babies in the womb, homosexual sodomy and now same sex marriage. In the words of Justice Antonin Scalia: “The court is merely asserting a naked judicial claim to super legislative power; a claim fundamentally at odds with our system of government. (unquote Kennedy)



PL Sturgis: Almost a year later, Scalia is dead and a new perverted (so called) order of a law to allow all sexes in all bathrooms is now on the front burner. 
What is wrong with our representatives paid so highly and too chicken to address these critical issues????


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