|On to the Supreme Court. |
Will courts uphold the Constitution and laws passed
by Congress? Or will judicial activists continue
to legislate from the bench?
"I think this is going to reach the Supreme Court and the offending executive order will be allowed to stand. To begin with, the executive order is almost inconsequential. President Trump could have achieved the same objectives without making any noise by simply implementing the long standing US immigration law. Even today he can simply hurry and implement a policy that will in effect be indistinguishable from the executive order or even harsher. The President can do that without interference from the courts. Why did he do this in the fist place? I believe he wanted the Liberal judiciary to take the bait."I'm going to have a Mass said for President Trump and I encourage all my readers to do the same whether you love him or hate him. And send him a card with an encouraging letter. If you hate him, surely you should pray for his conversion. If you love him, pray he resists the attacks and does God's will.
We're in a war every bit as serious as the Punic wars when Rome, the culture of the family gods of hearth, harvest, and home, fought against Carthage, the culture of demon worship and child sacrifice.
Sound familiar? We are fighting the same war today and Donald Trump may very well be our Scipio. During this serious period of the Roman Republic, Cato the elder, a statesman, ended every speech with "Carthage must be destroyed!" The third Punic War ended with Rome burning Carthage to the ground and selling their remaining enemies into slavery. It was the end of human sacrifice until the decline of the Roman empire and the bloody persecution of the Christians.
Our weapons today are the Mass, the rosary, holy water, blessed salt, and other sacramentals. Let us pray that the culture of life will overcome the culture of death and destruction.