Cases heard in the Supreme Court courtroom can have a significant impact on your life. Left image © 2015 DBKing via Flickr.com. Image above © 2015 Phil Roeder via Flickr.com. Both under Creative Commons License v4.0 First Edition published 11/23/15

Cases heard in the Supreme Court courtroom can have a significant impact on your life.

Left image © 2015 DBKing via Flickr.com. Image above © 2015 Phil Roeder via Flickr.com. Both under Creative Commons License v4.0

First Edition published 11/23/15

“You seem to consider the judges as the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions; a very dangerous doctrine indeed, and one which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy.” 

Letter from Thomas Jefferson to William Jarvis


Who should read this book? YOU!

The book was written for all people interested in how the structure of the federal government, formed by our founders, has been distorted by the third branch of that government – the United States Supreme Court.

The Court has become an oligarchy exercising a tyrannical rule over our country. Instead of us changing our lives through our representative government, amending the Constitution if necessary, we are ruled by the Court’s interpretation of clauses of that document or creating words and phrases not contained therein in order to reach the decision they desire.

The present situation must change. We have put up with this nonsense for too long! The book challenges the Court’s decisions in several important areas in an effort to cause all of us to re-think what role the Court should take in reference to our Constitution.

The Constitution was born out of the reflective wisdom of our founders, some of the giants of our nation, forming an experiment in government never before tried. Let us not have their work be in vain. They tried to protect us from what history had done over and over to people in subjugating them to the will of the few and wanted those decisions important to our lives left to us to decide through those we elected.

Read “The Tyrannical Rule of the US Supreme Court” and decide for yourself!

Donald C. Brockett, author