The View From 1776

Essays on Activism

Bruce Fein reviews a collection of essays edited by Robert Bork.

“A Country I Do Not Recognize: The Legal Assault On American Values” spotlights some of the inconsistencies of liberal legal doctrine espoused by the Supreme Court in recent decades.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 08/30 at 01:19 AM
  1. Some members of the our Supreme Court are still learning the ABC's of Rightful authority and domain as covenant in our Founding documents. They have accepted a role of judicial stewardship - not ownership. 'Supreme' terminology has misled them down an Old World path leading to Old World regression. Their humanistic 'virtue' is false criteria and requires legislative or replacement correction.

    Humanism makes man his own standard of measure.
    However, as with all measuring systems, a standard
    must be greater than the value measured. Based on
    preponderant ignorance and an egocentric carnal
    nature, humanism demotes reason to the simpleton
    task of excuse-making in behalf of the rule of feelings and emotions.

    Because the human, hobbled in an ego-centric predicament, cannot invent criteria greater than their self, the humanist lacks a predictive capability. Without instinct or transcendent criteria, humanism cannot evaluate options with
    foresight and vision for progression and survival.

    Lacking foresight, humans are blind to potential consequence and unwittingly committed to Old World collectivism, mediocrity, averages, and regression - and worse. (An average is not a Standard.)

    Humanism is an unworthy worship and in the judiciary requires self-examination and correction. selah
    Posted by Choicemaker  on  08/30  at  11:07 AM
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