May 11, 2006

Tyrannical Judges End Up Hurting Everyone

It is no surprise to the listeners of these commentaries on our culture that the courts of our land have ruined not only the moral air we breathe but the very foundations of our tripartite system of checks and balances within our government.
Somewhere along the line, the judicial branch of government usurped the powers of the other two reigning supreme and essentially unchallengeable when the strained system of appeals has run its course.
These next two commentaries will illustrate that point to a nauseating degree. From the Pastor’s Weekly Briefing May 5--“U.S. District Court Judge Jeffrey White ruled that the Hastings College of Law at the University of California can deny funding as well as official recognition to a Christian student club that requires its members and leadership to sign a statement of faith.”
Now let’s evaluate this ruling in terms of general principles. This means that it is discriminatory for any club—ANY club—or organization to require any kind of requirement for membership. Does this Christophobic judge really want to make such a ruling? This means, that a club for Young Democrats, for example, cannot prevent a registered Republican from being a voting member within the club. This means that groups like the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) would have to permit an evangelical Christian to be a member in every way in the organization; this means that Future Lawyers of America could not refuse an anarchist from joining and in the club if they expected to have standing on campus to freely assemble.
Do these judges ever allow anything more than hatred and animus toward everything religious to guide their rulings? I know this seems hard to believe, but the ruling gets worse.
“Judge White says there was no evidence that the Christian mission of the club would be impaired by the admission of voting members who were practicing homosexuals or members of different faiths.”
Again, play this scenario out with the other groups/clubs I mentioned. This should be an impeachable offense, and by the way it is, but the whole safeguard of judicial impeachment has been so long buried it is essentially nonexistent. So we are stuck with tyrannical rulings by autonomous judges whose judicial sensibilities are as bankrupt as their religious sensibilities and that is a guarantee of chaos. Welcome to the world of 2006 and beyond.


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