Thomas Sowell on Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Impeach Ruth Bader Ginzberg
"There is no reason to believe that the
admission of women capable of all the activities required of VMI cadets would destroy the
Institute rather than enhance its capacity to serve the 'more perfect Union'."
"We, the people, are the rightful
masters of both congress and the courts - not to overthrow the constitution, but to
overthrow men who pervert the constitution." A.
|Justice Scalia: "This is
not the interpretation of a Constitution, but the creation of one."
||Linda Bridges "... Constitutional law as it is taught and practiced today has
nothing to do with the Constitution. It is derived almost entirely from four words of one
clause of one amendment: "due process" and "equal protection"."
||Justice Douglas "... nearly a
century after the Fourteenth Amendment was adopted ... discrimination against voters on
grounds other than race was struck down." In other words, the "equal
protection" clause of the 14th Amendment was not intended to apply to women when it
was written, and it did not apply to them for a century.
|Robert H. Bork: "That was the reason for the
Amendment, which provided that it should be primarily the function
of the judiciary to define and enforce equality between the sexes.The amendment, we were
assured, did not mean that no distinctions
whatever may be made between men and women, that women must,
for instance, be conscripted for combat duty or that unisex
bathrooms are required. Yet it was proposed that the Supreme
Court rather than Congress or the state legislatures make the
necessarily detailed and sensitive political choices to write a gender
code for the nation. In that sense, the amendment represented less a
revolution in sexual equality than a revolution in our attitudes about
constitutional methods of government."
Jeffrey Rose, The New Republic: "If the Court ... enacts the
Equal Rights Amendment by judicial fiat, it would transform the legal status of
K. Blair, Independent Women's Forum, on Justice Ginsburt: "Would a 'truly
equal option' for boys, as the Post suggests, cure New York's constitutional
problem? Well, what real-world school board would vote to subsidize a program that teaches
boys 'self-esteem' and limits their athletics and sports programs to those enjoyed by the
girls across the street? Yet, if educators fashioned a parallel program aimed at boys'
needs and tried to exclude girls, they would flunk skeptical scrutiny, which disallows
any justification based on 'generalizations' about either sex."
Cathy Young on "women have special 'ways of
Tom DeLay on impeaching judges.
Phyllis Schlafly on VMI The massive government
lawsuit against VMI ... was a no-holds-barred fight to feminize VMI waged by the radical
feminists and their cohorts in the Federal Government.
Editorial in Washington Times: "Here
we now have two of the most eminent legal minds in the country - one of them a Supreme
Court Justice - falling back on that old and utterly unacceptable excuse for wrong
doing: ignorance of the law." Justice Scalia Speaks the Plain Truth: "Today, however,
change is forced upon Virginia, and reversion to single sex education is prohibited
nationwide, not by democratic processes but by order of this Court. Even while bemoaning
the sorry, bygone days of "fixed notions" concerning women's education, see
ante, at 18-19, and n. 10, 20-21, 25-27, the Court favors current notions so fixedly that
it is willing to write them into the Constitution of the United States by application of
custom built 'tests.' This is not the interpretation of a Constitution, but the creation
of one." Northwestern University
judicial ethics specialist Steven Lubet on Justice
Ginsburg:"The statute is pretty clear," Mr. Lubet said after Insight sent him
lists of Mr. Ginsburg's holdings and cases involving those companies. "At least in
some of these cases, it appears that Justice Ginsburg should have disqualified
Profile of Ruth Bader Ginzberg The
editorial simply focuses on the continued "nanying" of VMI by Judith Keith, the self-appointed VMI-overwatch poster girl of the
Justice Department. In the wake of the Supreme Court decision, Keith has bombarded
VMI with imperious requests for information which descend to the nth degree of trivia.
Supports Confiscation of Private Property: With this reasoning (regarding her ruling
on confiscation laws) we would still have slavery, police-beating confessions and many
other rights violations. Justices Clarence Thomas and Ruth Bader Ginsberg in their
concurring opinions also wrote baffling opinions. Thomas reasoned that "the
federal Constitution does not prohibit everything that is intensely undesirable."
Ginsberg said the court was not supporting "an experiment to punish innocent third
parties." If this decision does not punish innocent third parties, then what does?
N.O.W.: VMI now considered "poor
loser" for not giving women special privileges.
ROLL CALL, GUYS! Wake up. She rules in favor of gays and against VMI. Hello.
At the University of Virginia: ''There's nothing as effective
in sharpening a majority opinion as a good defense. I went through nine drafts. . . . My
original opinion was good, quite good, but much better with Justice Scalia's dissent.''
The Feminist War Against Men -- Robert Rosenthal on Janet Reno,
the affirmative action Attorney General
Federal Impeachment Process
Our Children Why the US ranks at the BOTTOM in
math and language education and at the TOP in education spending.
Women need families, not "equal protection".
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