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Understanding the Constitution

How to nullify Roe v. Wade

To see how the US Supreme Court violated our Constitution when they decided Roe v. Wade, see Why Supreme Court opinions are not the “Law of the Land”, and how to put federal judges in their place

under the subheading, 5. How the Supreme Court violated the “arising under” clause to hear cases they have no constitutional authority to hear.

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May 22, 2019 - Posted by | Abortion, Alabama Heartbeat law, Nullification, Roe v. Wade | , , , ,

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  1. Wouldn’t a federal judge just issue an arrest warrant for the Alabama State AG via U.S Marshal’s Office?

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    Comment by Jim1Flyer | June 4, 2019 | Reply

    • As Hamilton points out in Federalist Paper No. 78 (6th para), the Judicial Branch must depend on the Executive Branch to enforce their Judgments. It is the Executive Branch which “holds the sword”. The US Marshall’s Office is within the Department of Justice, which is part of the Executive Branch. The Judicial Branch has no power to dictate to the Executive Branch. Remember the concept of “Separation of Powers”. The Judicial Branch has no power to issue arrest warrants – that is the prerogative of the Executive Branch.

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      Comment by Publius Huldah | June 4, 2019 | Reply

  2. Good question PH, where are the AG’s with some guts and the Constitutional knowledge to just say NO WE WILL NOT COMPLY!

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    Comment by Timothy Martin | May 27, 2019 | Reply

    • We have to overcome the brainwashing they got in law school. When I was in law school some 50 years ago, my law professors told us that the Constitution means what the judges say it means. And that’s what most American lawyers believe. So our job is to overcome the brainwashing they got in law school. Since people aren’t thinkers [visualize a crying face here], they have to be re-conditioned to believe what’s true. And people get re-conditioned by hearing something over & over. Finally, it sinks in. So they have to be told, over & over, that States have no obligation to obey unconstitutional federal court opinions; that it is their Duty, imposed by their Oath of office (Article VI, cl. 3) to obey THE CONSTITUTION. When there is a conflict between what the Constitution says and what federal judges say, the Duty of State officials is to obey THE CONSTITUTION – not the federal judges! See my various papers under the Category “Nullification”. And they have to hear about “Nullification” over & over.

      Ayn Rand always used to say that man’s refusal to think was their worst “sin”. I expect she is right. People don’t think – they go with what “everyone else” says. I don’t understand why they do this. The most “human” thing about us is our ABILITY to think. Yet people refuse to do it!

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      Comment by Publius Huldah | May 27, 2019 | Reply


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