THE U.S. SUPREME COURT ERADICATES
AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLES
By Christopher G. Adamo
In the end, those at the apex of power assume dictatorial control, while the rights of the common person are obliterated. The latest rash of outrageous U.S. Supreme Court decisions demonstrates that this nation’s governing institutions are already well on their way down that slippery slope.
Some have expressed amazement at the apparent role reversal of U.S. Supreme Court Justices in the recent Kelo v. New London decision, which expanded the concept of “Eminent Domain” to include the transfer of private and lawfully owned property from one citizen to another.
In truth, no role reversal on the Supreme Court exists. The voting breakdown of supporting and dissenting justices is, with the occasional exception of Sandra O’Connor, just as it has always been. Those justices who advocate morality recognize their need to support the United States Constitution in its original form.
Those, on the other hand, who claim it as a “living document” (which some have rightly asserted as proof that they really regard it as a dead document), show no regard for either its protections of the common citizen, nor any other lofty premise within its hallowed text.
Admittedly, the decision exploded the myth of Liberalism as societal compassion for the “little guy” (in contrast to big business capitalism) . Rather, the distinctions between Conservatism and Liberalism are, and have always been about morality as opposed to immorality; the noble experiment called the U.S. Constitution as contrasted against its many shabby counterfeits; and, ultimately, the choice between freedom or subjugation for the masses.
During the past several decades, the Supreme Court has been about the business of decimating the fundamental rights of life and liberty, with its blanket legalization of abortion, the criminalization of prayer in the government schools, and other unbridled assaults on the fabric of American culture.
Recently, it laid waste to freedom of speech by upholding the abominable precepts of campaign finance “reform” legislation. So why should anyone be surprised that, with this Kelo decision, it would lead the final assault on the right to property, and the inseparable corollary to that right, the “pursuit of happiness.”
In consideration of past excesses perpetrated by the high Court in the name of the “Interstate Commerce Clause,” one can only wonder how far reaching the aftershocks of the Kelo decision might be. What abominations to the American way of life might ensue, once its horrendous reasoning is incorporated into the vile mixture of confusion and incomprehensible evil, known as “international law,” increasingly invoked by such Supreme Court Justices as Kennedy and Breyer?
Mexican President Vicente Fox and his minions have already asserted the existence of “constitutional rights” for illegal aliens in America (based, much like the Kelo decision, on the economic benefits accrued to Mexico).
Americans have been outraged in recent months, as the nation’s high courts have “discovered” constitutional protections now to be bestowed on foreign terrorists. Meanwhile, those long-standing rights of Americans are being unceremoniously trampled.
Perhaps, the rest of America is now beginning to wake up to the alarming truth realized by Conservative Christians, pro-lifers, Second Amendment advocates and others who, throughout the past several decades, watched in horror as the courts desecrated one constitutional principle after another. Clearly, no one can afford to leave their security and freedom in the hands of a judiciary that has run completely amok.
Ronald Reagan, as he presided over the collapse of the Soviet Union, exulted that Marxism, along with every other repressive ideology of the past, would eventually be relegated to “the ash heap of history.” It is deplorable, but undeniable, that the activist judges on the U.S. Supreme Court are committed to delivering the American Constitution there as well.
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Christopher G. Adamo is a freelance writer who lives in southeastern Wyoming and works in the field of industrial instrumentation.
He is actively involved in Wyoming's political process, serving as a delegate to successive Wyoming State Republican Conventions
and as a member of the Wyoming State Republican Central Committee. He has assisted Republican candidates for local and state
legislatures and for the United States Congress. His articles, which appear regularly in The Progressive Conservative, U.S.A.,
and on a number of other websites, reflect a major concern with the damage being done to Conservatism and Conservative causes by
the Liberal Leftist faction in the Republican Party as well as by the much larger and more powerful Liberal Leftist faction in the
Democratic Party. During the early and middle 1990s, Adamo was Editor of the Wyoming Christian Coalition's official news organ,
The Wyoming Christian.
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