For the second day in a row America has been hit again with the unmistakable evidence that our Supreme Court has become a law unto itself - no longer interpreting laws as to their Constitutionality, but rather making up law and social policy by judicial sentiment and fiat. Is there anything in addition to prayer, that can, or should be done? I was encouraged by the bold statement released today by Senator Ted Cruz (who spent 10 years as clerk for the late Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist). Senator Cruz presented a passionate and well-reasoned assessment of the last two disastrous Supreme Court rulings, and called for a Constitutional amendment for holding national/state binding referendum elections for sitting Supreme Court justices. He ended his statement thus: 
"But, sadly, the Court’s hubris and thirst for power have reached unprecedented levels. And that calls for meaningful action, lest Congress be guilty of acquiescing to this assault on the rule of law.
And if Congress will not act, passing the constitutional amendments needed to correct this lawlessness, then the movement from the People for an Article V Convention of the States—to propose the amendments directly—will grow stronger and stronger.
As we prepare to celebrate next week the 239th anniversary of the birth of our country, our Constitution finds itself under sustained attack from an arrogant judicial elite. Yet the words of Daniel Webster ring as true today as they did over 150 years ago: “Hold on, my friends, to the Constitution and to the Republic for which it stands. Miracles do not cluster and what has happened once in 6,000 years, may not happen again. Hold on to the Constitution, for if the American Constitution should fail, there will be anarchy throughout the world.” We must hold fast to the miracle that is our Constitution and our Republic; we must not submit our constitutional freedoms, and the promise of our nation, to judicial tyranny."
God bless Senator Cruz, and may God bless and have mercy on our nation...
Ricky Lee Jackson


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