Over the past 10 years, a highly-coordinated, well-funded campaign has been underway to fundamentally alter the composition of America's state courts. The campaign's goal: exclude conservative, rule-of-law judges from the bench. This campaign has been bankrolled by George Soros, a hedge fund operator with a net worth of $13 billion, according to the Forbes 400 list of the world's richest people.
This multi-million dollar campaign to reshape our courts encompasses efforts to revise state constitutions, rewrite judicial recusal rules, abolish democratic judicial elections, and impose a judicial selection system that will transfer power from the people to a small, unelected and unaccountable commission comprised primarily of legal elites, typically representing powerful special interest groups, such as state trial lawyers associations.
We cannot take this lying down. Your right to vote is at stake.
Find out how you can help put a stop to Soros’ actions by downloading and reading the report. Then make sure your friends and family know what is happening behind the scenes.
The Washington Examiner: November 14, 2010
Fox News: November 2, 2010
The Wall Street Journal: October 29, 2010
The Wall Street Journal: October 22, 2010
NationalJournal.com: October 4, 2010
CBN News: September 23, 2010
The New York Times: September 16, 2010
Park Rapids Enterprise: September 15, 2010
For What It’s Worth Blog: September 14, 2010
The Michigan View: September 14, 2010
American Thinker: September 11, 2010
The Washington Times: September 11, 2010
PERO: George Soros vs. judicial elections: Stripping people of power, giving lawyers control of courts
The Washington Post: September 11, 2010
The American Culture: September 10, 2010
World Net Daily: September 10, 2010
Soros spent millions to 'undermine' judiciary: Campaign sought 'commissions' that avoided public input on candidates for judgeships.
The Blog of Legal Times: September 10, 2010
Michelle Malkin Blog: September 9, 2010
Point of Law: September 9, 2010
Press Release: September 9, 2010: