McMartin Pre-Schooler: 'I Lied'
By Kyle Zirpolo, as told to Debbie Nathan - October 31, 2005 - Los Angeles Times
The thing I remember about the case was how it took over the whole city and consumed our whole family. My parents would ask questions: "Did the teachers ever do things to you?" They talked about Ray Buckey, whom I had never met. I don't even have any recollection of him attending the school when I was going there.And yet this man (a young boy at the time) lied to investigators and made up horrendous accusations about Ray Buckey. Ray Buckey, his mother, and all the teachers at the McMartin Pre-School had their lives destroyed. Some of the accusation were so bizarre that any idiot would have realized they were false. Supposedly, things happened in clear view of the front of the Pre-School, which had unshielded glass windows on a main street of the town where it was located.
People who asked questions about how unlikely it was that such things would have been attempted right there in the front room of a building with unblocked windows, were ridiculed and smeared by the court's officials. Nothing was allowed to interfere with the railroading of these innocent people. Where was the sanity of our system? Where was the innocent until proven guilty principles that supposedly inform our system?
When stories surfaced about hidden rooms below the building, not even statements by the contractor who built the building that it was a simple concrete slab would disuade the court from the belief that somehow there were hidden vaults beneath this concrete slab that NO ONE COULD FIND.
This case and the equally bizarre cases where Attorney Generals subverted the Constitution to go after tobacco companies will be the stories of court corruption people will laugh at in coming centuries. At least I hope they laugh at them. If they don't it will be because such evil has become common place. They are as absolutely stupid as the examples of prosecuting witches from earlier times. One question: why has no one paid a price for this court abuse? I am reminded of the best solution for court abuse:
"Only impeachment will teach the rogue judiciary that its place is below, not above, state and Federal constitutions."
~~ Joseph Sobran
Someone should have been impeached. However no one was.
Memo to Congress: Exercise Authority Over U.S. Citizenship
by Phyllis Schlafly - Oct 11, 2005 - Human Events (OnLine)
The statistics are shocking. At least 383,000 babies are born in the United States every year to illegal immigrants; that's 10 percent of all U.S. births and about 40 percent of indigent births.This issue is one of the most complex that our nation must deal with, because of the subtlety with which the judges have subverted the constitution. I recently met with someone who is planning to run for high government office. When I mentioned that the courts had specifically over ridden congress and granted citizenship against the constitution, he would not believe me. He is a lawyer, and yet he was completely wrong about how immigration law works in America. Is there any expectation that the average citizen could follow what is happening here when most lawyers don't get it?
The cost to U.S. taxpayers is tremendous because all those babies, called anchor babies, claim birthright citizenship. Their mothers and other relatives then sign up for a vast stream of taxpayer benefits.
At least 12 million people live in the United States illegally. In addition, smugglers operate a thriving business of bringing in pregnant women from all over the world just in time to give birth and claim citizenship and citizens' benefits.
Why does the United States allow this racket to continue? Congress has failed to do its duty to protect U.S. citizenship, sovereignty and taxpayers.
We are about to lose our nation. Mexico is currently conducting the must sophiticated invasion of a foreign land that has ever been done. They reasonably expect that within a few years they will hold the balance of political power in our nation, based on the unwillingness of congress to do anything to stop the invasion. As each "anchor baby" gets citizenship based on the courts granting it, whole families whose loyalty is to Mexico are moving to America. Their hatred for gringos is a well documented reality.
They come for the free medical care, free education, welfare and a better job market. They do not learn our language, reject our culture, demand their rights and send their money back to Mexico (harming our economy in the process). Judges say that it is their right.
The bizarre legal argument that they are "subject to our laws" by being here illegally is an irrational twisting of logic. They have not voluntarily subjected themselves to our laws. They have subverted out laws. Under the logic of the leftist judges, an invading army is "subject to our laws" since we can make them obey if we have enough military and police power. These illegal aliens are "subject to our laws" only to the extent that we can police their actions by force of arms. To claim they are "subject to our laws" simply by being here, and this makes them legal, is simply insane. Much of the confustion over this issue is also based on misunderstandings about Dual Nationality. Our own State Department actively promotes the legend that dual nationality does not harm our nation. It does. It is in fact a violation of the oath of citizenship that is taken by naturalized citizens. However once again, the courts have made it impossible to enforce the violations, and so those who subvert our nation do so while hiding under the legal protections that citizenship conveys. There is a common saying of Mexicans who come to America; "My stomach may be in the USA, but my heart is in Mexico". Judges have granted these invaders rights based on the judiciary's own goal of subverting our representative democracy and establishing the supremacy of the courts over all government. We must stop them both.Phyllis Schlafly suggests in this article that we should pass another law to stop the judges. I still think that a more effective solution would be to impeach some judges. Congress would be required to do either, but passing the law will be ignored by the courts, just as they ignore the Constitution. Impeaching the judges would be a quicker and more definitive act.