Saturday, June 03, 2006

Roy Moore, The Imperial Congress,
And The Rule Of Law

By Christopher G. Adamo - June 1st, 2006 - Commentary
When Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore defied an order from Federal Judge Myron Thompson in 2003, and refused to remove a monument of the Ten Commandments from the rotunda of the Alabama Supreme Court building, he was summarily expelled from office under the pretense that America is a nation of laws, not of men.

Moore contended that those laws could not define or promote a healthy and free society if they were established or enforced as the result of arbitrary whims of those in power. Thus, he asserted that moral and ethical absolutes, as codified in the Ten Commandments, have been and should remain as the basis for American law.

Members of the American Civil Liberties Union, aided and abetted by their toadies in the media, were quick to warn our society of the dangers it faced if Moore's insolence was allowed to go uncontested.

This is an excellent article delineating some of the serious consequences of the growing hatred for our courts and the sycophants that serve as judges. It is amusing that our legislatures only go after the people in the courts who are trying to rein in the power of the courts, but are too frightened to impeach those who flaunt the power of the courts to subvert representative democracy.


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