Skip to comments.The Lisa Miller Case:Cultural Revolution, Judicial Tyranny and Our National Future
Posted on 01/07/2010 6:55:08 PM PST by tcg
....The Lisa Miller case reveals the dangers of judicial tyranny. The Judicial branch used to be called the least dangerous branch. Courts were arbiters not super legislatures which could make law. Now, unelected Judges are used as tools for effecting social change. This approach fails to respect the separation of powers doctrine and threatens our Reoublic.
However, it is even worse in the case of a Court created right such as the alleged "right" to kill children in the womb. Court insistence that we treat homosexual relationships as equivalent to marriage is another example of calling something a "right" which is not! In these instances Judges often clothe themselves in self serving claims that they are enforcing the rule of law while they are violating the Natural Law which is its very source.
Finally, the Lisa Miller case raises serious questions concerning the Nature of Law itself. Is an unjust law a law? Is the law simply what a Court says it is? Or, is there a Higher Law, a Natural Law to which positive or civil law must render an account?
Who has first legal authority in the lives of our children? Have we come to the hour when children are becoming mere creatures of the State? Is Lisa Miller the first of a growing number of mothers, or even fathers, who will form a new underground railroad in this brave new world being foisted upon us by the new cultural revolutionaries of the homosexual equivalency movement?
The Lisa Miller Case brings together the misuse of fertility technology, the new Cultural Revolution, The threat of Judicial Tyranny and the assault on the authority of the Family in case of monumental societal implications. It sounds a clear warning which must be heard before it is too late.
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What’s Bill McNeil got to say about this?
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