Near the end of the interview, Dobson quoted Justice Antonin Scalia as referring to his colleagues on the high court as “black-robed masters.” “Isn’t that incredible?” Dobson asked. “You know it is incredible,” Levin replied. “I’m starting to think just to knock them down a notch, Dr. Dobson, that they should be required to wear again those white powdered wigs.” Dobson then took the analogy a step further. “I heard a minister the other day talking about the great injustice and evil of the men in white robes, the Ku Klux Klan, that roamed the country in the South, and they did great wrong to civil rights and to morality,” he said. “And now we have black-robed men, and that’s what you’re talking about.”You can hear the audio file here. Go to April 11, "Unmasking Judicial Tyranny". The fun stuff I quote starts at about 22:52.
Thursday, April 14, 2005
Forces of Evil
I read this from EthicsDaily about James Dobson, founder of Focus on the Family: