If the judicial system continues to usurp power it doesn’t rightfully possess, then America’s current system can’t last much longer, according to Conservative Review senior editor Daniel Horowitz.
“We will not survive another few years as a republic, irrespective of who wins this election, if the courts are not stripped of their power,” Horowitz declared during a recent appearance on the Mark Levin Show.
Indeed, the nation is reaching a “cathartic moment in our history where elections don’t matter,” according to Horowitz.
This is because unelected judges are deciding most major social and political questions with finality. Horowitz details the danger posed by the courts in his new book “Stolen Sovereignty: How to Stop Unelected Judges From Transforming America.”
FK – If ‘conservatives’ and ‘libertarians’ could get over their absurd ideologies and agree on who our real enemies are we might have a chance of saving the Bill of Rights, the document that makes us exceptional. But I’m not holding my breath.
Are we ready? I don’t see it. This is no longer a nation of men and too many are afraid of the ‘m’ word that’s in the Second Amendment they claim to value.