“Secular Humanism became, through Supreme Court edict, our established religion in the United States.” Patrick J. Buchanan
Editor’s Note: Your editor has been saying this very thing for decades. Background reading would certain include Clergy in the Classroom: The Religion of Secular Humanism. It is available via Summit Ministries, P. O. Box 207, Manitou Springs, CO 80829… 719-685-9103 …
Do the states have the right to outlaw same-sex marriage?
Moreover, the laws prohibiting same-sex marriage had all been enacted democratically, by statewide referenda, like Proposition 8 in California, or by Congress or elected state legislatures.
But today rogue judges and justices, appointed for life, answerable to no one, instruct a once-democratic republic on what laws we may and may not enact.
Last week, the Supreme Court refused to stop federal judges from overturning laws banning same-sex marriage. We are now told to expect the Supreme Court itself to discover in the Constitution a right of men to marry men and of women to marry women.
How, in little more than half a century, did the American people fall under the rule of a judicial dictatorship where judges and justices twist phrases in the Constitution to impose their alien ideology on this once-free people?
What brings the issue up is both the Court decision on same-sex marriage, and the death of my friend, Professor William J. Quirk, of the South Carolina University School of Law.
In “Judicial Dictatorship” (1995), Bill wrote of the revolution that had been imposed against the will of the majority, and of how Congress and the people might rout that revolution. Continue reading