America ruled by 'Men in Black'
How the Supreme Court is destroying the 'land of the free'
Posted: February 16, 2005
The ultimate expose of the United States Supreme Court, "Men in Black: How the Supreme Court Is Destroying America," contends the nation's No. 1 court is now the No. 1 enemy of freedom.
If you’ve ever wondered why – no matter who holds political power – American society always seems to drift to the left, famed legal scholar Mark Levin has the answer: the black-robed justices of the Supreme Court, subverting democracy in favor of their own liberal agenda.
The Supreme Court imperiously strikes down laws and imposes new ones purely on its own arbitrary whims, says Levin. "Even though liberals like John Kerry are repeatedly defeated at the polls," he notes "the majority on the allegedly 'conservative' Supreme Court reflects their views and wields absolute power."
There’s a word for this, says the radio talk show host and legal expert: "tyranny."
In "Men in Black," which opens with an enthusiastic forward by talk-radio giant Rush Limbaugh, you'll learn:
How judicial activism upheld slavery and segregation
Why Roe v. Wade not only mandated abortion-on-demand but gutted the Constitution
How the Court imports laws from other countries to help win the culture war for extremists
Why the justices are granting illegal immigrants rights equal with citizens
How helping terrorists file suit against the United States is another innovation of our Supreme Court
Surprise: the liberal Supreme Court Justice who erected the "separation of church and state" was a member of the Ku Klux Klan
In his recent exclusive WND column on "Men in Black," Rush Limbaugh writes:
Levin showcases the justices' policymaking adventures with a litany of decisions wholly divorced from the Constitution. For example, the Court has ruled that cyberspace child pornography is protected free speech, but certain broadcast advertisements run prior to an election are not. Nazis marching in a predominantly Jewish neighborhood is sanctioned by the First Amendment, but not demonstrations in front of abortion clinics.
The Court has decided that non-citizens have a right to compete for civil servant jobs, be members of the bar, and receive state benefits regardless of residency requirements. And illegal immigrants have a constitutional right to public education.
The justices recently conferred due-process rights on al-Qaida and Taliban detainees, granting them access to courts, lawyers and presumably classified information. They've held that diversity in a classroom is mandated by the Constitution. And the Court has removed virtually all religious symbols from public places.
Most recently, Levin writes, five current activist justices have announced that, when they see fit, they'll use foreign law and foreign court rulings as guideposts to making their decisions – a repudiation of the Constitution's mandates and limitations, and rejection of popular sovereignty.
When the inevitable vacancy opens on the Supreme Court, conservatives would do well to not only defend individual nominees, but argue against government by judicial decree. And all Americans would do well to read Levin's book.
The bottom line? After decades of judicial activism, ever-increasing numbers of Americans are coming to the conclusion that the Supreme Court is most potent threat to American freedom. "Men in Black," as Limbaugh notes in his introduction, "couldn’t be more timely or important, as liberals continue shamelessly to thwart the people, Congress, the president, and state governments by using the courts to dictate national policy. … 'Men in Black' is a tremendously important and compelling book."
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