Friday, October 07, 2005

NRLC on Harriet Miers

It appears that President Bush's latest Supreme Court nominee, Harriet Miers, will be a strict constructionist who believes in a limited judiciary and who will base her judgments on the Constitution's framers' original intent. If this is true, Miers' confirmation should prove to be favorable for the pro-life community. After all, we all know that nothing in the Constitution of the United States even remotely resembles language guaranteeing a right to abortion-on-demand. That interpretation was something conjured by the Supreme Court activists in 1973 and upheld by other activists since. We must hope for confirmation of nominees who will read what is written in black-and-white, and base their judgments upon what is written. Here's hoping Harriet Miers will help put an end to the judicial activism of legislating from the bench.

For more on Miers, click here to see what National Right to Life has put out on her nomination.


At October 10, 2005 9:55 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great comments Brock,
We need to keep in mind that the Supreme Court should not be making laws, no matter which side they are on.
Keep up the great work.


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