Dayton v. Kennedy

Returning Senator Mark Dayton to the Ranks of the Idle Rich in 2006

11/25/2004

Double-plus Good

We interrupt this previously scheduled national holiday to bring you news relevent to the origins of this blog.

I made the case in launching Dayton v. Kennedy a few months ago that the single most important issue of our time is the unhinged, leftist federal judiciary that routinely fashions new constitutional doctrine out of thin air and routinely ignores the plain meaning of our founding documents.

Late yesterday came word that a "California teacher has been barred by his school from giving students documents from American history that refer to God -- including the Declaration of Independence"

Other documents banned include George Washington's journal, John Adams' diary, Samuel Adams' "The Rights of the Colonists" and William Penn's "The Frame of Government of Pennsylvania." DvK: Don't ever ask me why I home school...

Why is this relevant to a Senate race 2 years away? Should it reach that far, the left-wing 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will almost certainly side with the school district, rendering, in effect, the Declaration of Independence unconstitutional in the 9th Circuit. The Senate has filibustered two supremely qualified nominees of President Bush for the 9th Circuit: William G. Myers III and Carolyn B. Kuhl. Who voted to sustain these filibusters? Mark Dayton.

On a related note, Winston and Julia called the California school district's plans to ban the Declaration "double-plus good".

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