The following article was written by Ron Bartels, JD, Ph.D. Bartels is the National Membership Director and 4th Vice Chair of the Independent American Party. It was published on the Independent American Party website on July 13th, 2016:
Three SCOTUS cases that made Atheism the Official Religion of the United States violation of the Establishment Clause
By Ron Bartels, JD, Ph.D
Federal Courts do not constitutionally have subject matter jurisdiction for disputes arising under the subject matter jurisdiction of the 9th and 10th amendments. The constitution prescribes for a limited government and the U.S. Supreme Court is bound by the constitution to be subject to the constitution.
Further, each justice takes an oath to uphold and defend the constitution, a written contract. Law schools all teach contract law. Yet, they also teach our justices to ignore contract law when it comes to the constitution. They falsely claim that the constitutional contract is a living-breathing instrument, not a static contract. It needs to “change with the times.”
However, the constitutional contract provides for two specific means of changing the constitution in Article V. History reveals that has happened many times so the course of action actually works. The contract (constitution) performs, therefore, it cannot be nullified. Only contracts that are written with language that inhibits performance of the meeting of the minds of the originators is subject to nullification by the Supreme Court.
However, justices who willfully wanted to violate the constitution have done so in case after case. Then they have used decisions that violated the constitution as guidance for present and future perversions of the constitution.