The purpose of this book is to show you the various writings of the judges of the Court so you can decide for yourself whether the United States Supreme Court, meant to be only one branch of the three branches of the federal government, has usurped the power of other branches leading to a tyrannical rule by the Court.

How has this one branch of the federal government, meant by our founders to be the least powerful, made some of the most important decisions regarding how you should lead your life? The United States Supreme Court has decided to limit your right to free expression, it has regulated your right to possess and carry firearms, it has created the ability to sue when there is no law passed by a legislative body granting that ability, it has decided that gay marriage has to be allowed in states that were against it, taking that decision away from the people. It has legislated by its interpretations of the clauses of the Constitution in areas that were supposed to be reserved to you to change by amendment, through your elected representatives.

We have replaced a rule by the kings and queens of England with a rule by the U.S. Supreme Court.  



How was it supposed to be? What did our founders have in mind?

How did we get to where we are today?  Can the Court create law?  The seizure of private property.

The corruption of the Bill of Rights, including: The Doctrine of Incorporation.

How have the clauses of the 14th Amendment been misapplied? -  including the issues of: Citizenship, Due Process, Equal Protection, and Privileges and Immunities.

Does the 1st Amendment mean what it says? -  including the issues of: free exercise of religion, freedom of speech and the press, the right to the people peaceably to assemble & petition the government.

The right to bear arms: what is the confusion?

The same-sex marriage case – a distortion of constitutional law.

How could the Court be changed?

Final thoughts – How can we make it happen?