|How to Stop the Tyranny of Judges|
|A revised and expanded edition of Phyllis Schlafly’s book, The Supremacists: The Tyranny of Judges and How To Stop It was published this month by Spence Publishing Company and is available for immediate shipment. It is 60 pages longer than the original book, adds three new chapters, and includes the judicial mischief of the past two years. Everyone who read the original hardback Supremacists will want to get the new 2006 softcover edition. It is the most useful and up-to-date book in print on judicial activism.
Phyllis Schlafly’s book is unique because (a) it is an easy read for non-lawyers and (b) it provides solutions. The American people must stop the judges from taking over powers of the other branches of government, and this book shows how this can be constitutionally done. Self-government is at stake.
Congress will use its constitutional powers to restrain the supremacist judges only if and when Congress hears from the voters. But the voters will make their voices loud and clear only after they develop the ability to talk to their Members of Congress about this issue, can answer the questions in this Report, and know how to demand specific legislation.
Phyllis’s book is designed to give you and your neighbors that ability. You not only should read the book, you should discuss it with your friends and neighbors. That’s why we urge you to start a Judicial Reform Study Group. Invite a dozen of your friends, see that each one gets a book, and meet once a week for one hour over simple refreshments or a meal. Discuss one chapter at each meeting, and mark up your copy of the book so you can refer to particular sections. You will soon become familiar enough with the problem and the solutions to discuss them with your Members of Congress, other public officials, and opinion makers such as talk-show hosts and letters to the editor.
Here is a simple outline for your Eagle Forum Judicial Reform Study Group, using one chapter in The Supremacists as your basis for discussion at each meeting. Be sure to refer to the Notes for each chapter starting on page 206.
Judges Rewrite the Constitution (Foreword, Chapter 1)