A judge‚Äôs decision to strike down a Texas law banning the killing of unborn child ‚Äúone piece at a time from the uterus‚ÄĚ so that abortion businesses can make more money was the last straw for veteran legal experts.
A new filing in the case submitted to Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals by Herb Titus of William Olson, P.C. argues that such rulings should prompt Congress to remove judges from office.
Texas lawmakers adopted the law banning the most gruesome of abortion procedures, ‚Äúdismemberment abortion,‚ÄĚ but abortion businesses and activists sued, claiming the law created an ‚Äúundue burden‚ÄĚ for women.
U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks of Austin agreed, even after hearing the arguments of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who is defending the state‚Äôs law....
For Congress to address out-of-control judges who are legislating from the bench would be almost too good to be true. I'm sure the precedent will swing the opposite direction once Progressives retake the Legislative branch, and conservative judges find themselves on the outs.
Psalm 82 already calls judges to judge rightly. It would be best if those in power respected the Scriptures enough to not require such an oversight effort.