Citizens Dedicated To Preserving Our Constitutional Republic
Whenever the too much power is concentrated into the hands a few individuals, a situation exists which leads to tyranny. When power is vested in the hands of many, the potential for the abuse of power is greatly diminished.
Justice is unlikely in a society where 9 lawyers are appointed by a corrupt President and confirmed by an equally corrupt group of Senators. To grant these corrupt lawyers the authority to determine the meaning of the Constitution is like hiring Jerry Sandusky to supervise the boy's locker room.
That is why the authority to interpret the Constitution was not granted to the Supreme Court in Article III of the Constitution. The authority to interpret the Constitution was a power invented by Chief Justice John Marshall.
The power of the Supreme Court to interpret the meaning of the Constitution was not granted to it in the Constitution. The Supreme Court was given the task to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution. In 1803 Chief Justice John Marshall in the Marybury versus Madison decision declared that the Supreme Court had the lawful authority to be the final arbiter of the Constitution. This power was not delegated to the court, it was an implied power.
This unauthorized usurpation of power has led to the concentration of power into to the hands of Justices that are not accountable to anyone. If the Supreme Court makes a mistake, who is there to prevent a miscarriage of justice?
If they people are sovereign it is the responsibility of the people to decide what is and what is not constitutional.