Stop Judicial Tyranny In America
NOT Current >> A Petition For A Constitutional Amendment For The Retention Of Federal Judges.
Whereas: Our Founding Fathers never intended that the branch they wanted to be the weakest of the 3 branches of American government - the federal judiciary - to be as strong as it is today; Our Founding Fathers never intended for the federal judiciary to be able to issue tyrannical judgments similar to those edicts that the British government was issuing before the American Revolution; Our Founding Fathers never intended a run-away-judiciary to be able to override the will of the American people, 
Whereas: For the past 50 or so years, our federal judges have indeed been overriding the will of the American people and legislating from the bench: taking prayer out of schools (1962;) ruling that abortion on demand is legal in its "Roe vs. Wade" decision (1973;) taking the Pledge of Allegiance out of schools because of the words "Under God" (2003;) taking the 10 Commandments out of the public square (2003;) and removing God from all public places in America through hundreds of tyrannical decisions, 
Whereas: The United States Congress for over 50 years has shirked its constitutional responsibilities and refused to rein in liberal tyrannical federal judges, 
Be It Resolved: We strongly declare our support for the efforts by some Members of Congress to stop judicial tyranny in America. 
We support the efforts of Indiana Congressman John Hostettler whose amendments to prevent enforcement of the removal of the 10 Commandments Monument in the Alabama judicial building and to prevent enforcement of the ban of reciting the Pledge of Allegiance by school children in America won overwhelmingly (the first passed by 260-161 and the second amendment won by 307-119.) Days after Congressman Hostettler's 10 Commandments amendment won, a liberal federal judge, Myron Thompson, issued a dictate that the state of Alabama had to remove the 10 Commandments Monument installed by Chief Justice Roy Moore a couple of years before. He set a deadline for removal during the congressional recess, before the U.S. Senate had time to vote on the Hostettler Amendment.
We support Alabama Congressman Robert Aderholt's "10 Commandments Defense Act of 2003," H.R. 2045, which would reserve the power of displaying the 10 Commandments to the States and not to run-away federal judges.
We support Missouri Congressman Todd Akin's "Pledge Protection Act of 2003," H.R. 2028, which will not allow lower federal court judges to hold hearings or to make rulings on the recitation of the "Pledge of Allegiance." Renegade federal judges in San Francisco earlier this year on the most liberal circuit court of appeals in America decreed that school children could no longer recite the Pledge of Allegiance because of the words "Under God."
We support North Carolina Congressman Walter Jones' "Houses of Worship" bill which will remove the IRS' ban over political speech in our nation's houses of worship. 
We support Colorado Congresswoman Marilyn Musgrave's Federal Marriage Amendment which will save marriage as we know it, the union of one man and one woman. 
We support South Carolina Congressman Henry Brown's "Real and Virtual Child Pornography Ban Constitutional Amendment" which will end actual and virtual child pornography in America. 
We declare our determination to support the efforts of the United States Congress to Take America Back from a liberal and tyrannical federal judiciary.
We the undersigned support the efforts by Members of Congress to stop judicial tyranny in America. For some 50 or more years, past Congresses refused to take back their constitutional authority from run-away liberal federal judges. We support the efforts of Congressman John Hostettler whose amendments to protect the 10 Commandments and Pledge of Allegiance passed the U.S. House overwhelmingly in July. We the undersigned strongly support Congressman Robert Aderholt's "Ten Commandments Defense Act of 2003," H.R. 2045, as well as Congressman Todd Akin's "Pledge Protection Act of 2003," H.R. 2028, which would keep the words "Under God" in the "Pledge of Allegiance".
We encourage you to print this petition out and give it to friends, family, church members. You can print it out as many times as you wish. When each page is completed, please mail to: Christian Coalition of America, P.O. Box 37030, Washington, D.C. 20013 or fax to: (202) 479-4262.