13 April 2005

Phyllis nails it

We, the people, have direct control of the legislative and executive branches of federal government. Every two years we vote 'em into office or vote 'em out. In theory we control the third branch, the judiciary, through the legislature who can impeach federal judges. How often does that happen? Not nearly enough, in my opinion. So we have this judicial branch that seems impervious to the people's will.

How do we gain some control over it? I've some thoughts, but I'm not articulate enough to express them without an R rating. Luckily, Phyllis Schlafly IS very articulate and offers some excellent advice on how to do it.

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