The Tyranny of Judges and How to Stop ItBook - 2004
The gravest threat to American democracy is the supreme power of judges over political, social, and economic policy. In this bracing indictment, Phyllis Schlafly exposes the courts' fifty-year conquest of legislative authority, made possible by presidents, congressmen, and voters who surrendered without a fight. The Supremacists is both a warning that self-government is in peril and a battle plan for overthrowing the tyranny of judges. The Supremacists begins with a survey of a half-century of judicial legislation. Chapter by chapter Schlafly reveals the astonishing scope of judicial ambition. Without any constitutional mandate, judges have banned the public recognition of God, redefined marriage, undermined national sovereignty, released a flood of pornography, institutionalized feminist dogma, and handicapped law enforcement.
Publisher: Dallas, Tex. : Spence Pub., 2004
Branch Call Number: 347.012 Schlafly
Characteristics: viii, 182 p. ; 22 cm
Alternative Title: Tyranny of judges and how to stop it