Activist Judge Greer plays 'God' as arbiter of life and death
 Natural Law is part of the eternal law by way of the creation of human beings who have intelligence and freedom and can cooperate in freely carrying out God's Plan, an expression of the Will of God. Natural Law is 'participation of the eternal law by the rational creature…External Law: the type of divine wisdom, which directs all actions and motions,' Aquinas, Summa, Ch.XVIII, Q. 90-94.
 Quote taken from Judge Robert H. Bork's new book, "Coercing Virtue: The Worldwide Rule of Judges."
 Find Law News & Commentary, "Court clears way for removal of feeding tube," AP writer Mitch Stacy, 2/25/05.
 http://www.dioceseofstpete.org/news.php?NID=9 Bishop Lynch wrongly advises using a 'Living Will' when in fact 'Living Wills' have become ineffective against activist judges. Instead, what is required is a "Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care." Contact American Life League for forms: phone 540-659-4171.
 Constitution of the United States, Amendment V; Amendment VII; Amendment XIV, Section 1.
 Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, writing the dissenting opinion, Board of Commissioners v. Umbehr and O'Hare, June 28, 1996.
 Justice Scalia uses an 18th-century dictionary to make sure he understands just what the 1789 Constitution's words meant to the men who wrote it. A 'textualist' takes meaning from the Constitution "from its text and that meaning does not change."
 Solicitor General is a traditional presidential cabinet position, and is that person who represents or advises the U.S. government, usually before the Supreme Court. The Solicitor General, when arguing before the Supreme Court, wears a 19th Century uniform, making him very distinct in the courtroom.
 A form of government in which power is vested in a few persons.
 "Coercing Virtue: The Worldwide Rule of Judges, " 2002. The word 'bork' as a verb means to be roughly and unfairly treated, or borked, as in Judge Bork's confirmation hearings.
 Robert H. Bork, "The Soul of the Law," The Wall Street Journal, January 20, 2003.
 Pope JPII, 3/20/04, Vatican City address to international congress promoted by the World Federation of Catholic Medical Associations (FIAMC) and by the Pontifical Academy for Life, "Life-Sustaining Treatment and the Vegetative State: Scientific Advances and Ethical Dilemmas."
 Zenit News, 2/24/05, "Cardinal Martino Appeals for Terri Schiavo."
Barbara Kralis, the article's author, writes for various Christian and conservative publications. She is a regular columnist at RenewAmerica.us, TheRant.us, Catholic Online, Intellectual Conservative, Life Issues, The Wanderer newspaper, Phil Brennan's WOW, New Oxford Review Magazine, Washington Dispatch, Catholic Citizens, Illinois Leader, NewsBull, and others. She and her husband, Mitch, live in the great State of Texas, and co-direct the Jesus Through Mary Catholic Foundation. She can be reached at: Avemaria@earthlink.net
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