To the editor:
The weekly edition of the Courier inserted in our church bulletin last Sunday tells us that the citizens of the great state of Minnesota had their Second Bill of Rights violated by six Catholic dioceses in complicity with other churches and the city of Minneapolis, by suing the state over the right to carry a concealed gun law.
As a result, a Ramsey County district judge overturned the supreme law of our land, the Bill of Rights. Will the governor and the Minnesota legislature impeach this judge and remove him from the bench for ignoring his oath to support and defend their Bill of Rights? Not if we depend on the judicial system. The people will have to fight for their rights by knowing their rights.
Our churches, who have prospered under our freedom of religion guaranteed by our Bill of Rights, must support all of these inalienable rights, not assist the corrupt judicial system in making us second class citizens by legislating from the bench. American history shows that we would not have a Bill of Rights if we depended on the majority of lawyers who wrote our Constitution. Laymen had to demand a Bill of Rights.
Become knowledgeable Bill of Righters and Grand and Trial Jurors. Get, keep, read and use for reference, “The Constitution That Never Was” by Rochester, New York, police officer Ralph Boryszewski. You won’t find this helpful book at Barnes and Noble, but you will find it in The Brockport Lift Bridge book store and the Monroe County library system. Page 327 is a good start.