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“Madame Justice”: Trump’s Supreme Choice for SCOTUS July 7, 2018 The National Eagle Forum’s Court Watch chairman, Dr. Virginia Armstrong, has just released the following statement: Eagle Forum’s Court Watch is delighted to join many companion groups involved in judicial nominations in heartily endorsing for nomination to the vacant seat on SCOTUS, Federal Judge Amy Coney Barrett (7th Circuit Court of Appeals). Our considerable research clearly marks her as the “head and shoulders above all other candidates” in a group including many fine ... Read more

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The Courts, the Cakeshop, and Christians: The Masterpiece Cakeshop Case The Courts, the Cakeshop, and Christians: The Masterpiece Cakeshop Case Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman, Eagle Forum’s Court Watch President, Blackstone Institute June 9, 2018 (Initial copy of opinion at https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/17pdf/16-111_j4el.pdf ) On June 4, 2018, the U. S. Supreme Court handed down its long-awaited decision in Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd., et al. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission.  Significant both because of the issues it raises and the fact that the clash involved between issues is one of the first of ... Read more

The Tragedy of Transgenderism, Part 4 Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 America in the Twilight of Truth “The Tragedy of Transgenderism, Part 4” Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman, Eagle Forum’s Court Watch President, Blackstone Institute February 27, 2018 In America’s Culture War, the Humanist/transgenderism movement’s best friend and most reliable ally are the judges of the land, ultimately the U.S. Supreme Court.  These facts were openly acknowledged a number of years (1977) by Cornell Law Dean William Forrester in an article ... Read more

The Tragedy of Transgenderism, Part 3 Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 America in the Twilight of Truth “The Tragedy of Transgenderism, Part 3” Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman, Eagle Forum’s Court Watch President, Blackstone Institute January 31, 2018 In February, America celebrates “President Day.” America’s presidents are honored on a federal holiday held the third Monday of February. This month is, therefore, a most fitting time for us to reflect upon the principles – the “true truths” (Francis Schaeffer) – upon ... Read more

Court Watchmen On the Wall Court Watchmen On the Wall Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman, Eagle Forum’s Court Watch President, Blackstone Institute December 19, 2017 “Destruction and violence are before me; strife and contention arises. So the law is paralyzed, and justice never goes forth. For the wicked surround the righteous; so judgment goes forth perverted” (Hab. 1: 3b.-4, ESV). This dire description of a moribund nation could very well fill the headlines of America’s newspapers in 2017.  But the account was actually penned in ... Read more

The Tragedy of Transgenderism, Part 2 Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 America in the Twilight of Truth “The Tragedy of Transgenderism, Part 2” Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman, Eagle Forum’s Court Watch President, Blackstone Institute November 20, 2017 In Part 1 of ”The Tragedy of Transgenderism,” we demonstrated the compelling truth that “transgenderism is an inherently ‘religious issue.’”  Because the PC Humanistic position in America’s Culture War reacts with violent horror at the invocation in law and politics of anything that ... Read more

The Tragedy of Transgenderism, Part 1 Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 America in the Twilight of Truth “The Tragedy of Transgenderism, Part 1” Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman, Eagle Forum’s Court Watch President, Blackstone Institute September 10, 2017 Do you agree that the following statements that the “transgender” movement in contemporary America is “neo-Nazi, bigoted, misogynist/misandrist, hatemongering cultural terrorism”?  Or are these following quotes with a Judeo-Christian worldview actually the truth and a truly scholarly description of what transgenderism is? Quote #1: ... Read more

The State of the Union: America in the Twilight of Truth The State of the Union: America in the Twilight of Truth Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman, Eagle Forum’s Court Watch “America has become tolerant of tolerance but not of truth,” said Dr. Erwin Lutzer, long-time pastor of the Moody Church in Chicago, after attending a Parliament of the World’s Religions twenty years ago. This perceptive observation is even more compelling today. “Tolerance for tolerance but not for truth” is so pervasive that we Constitutionalists could deliver our ... Read more

America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 9 VOL. 18, NO. 1 Feb. 4, 2016 Back to the Basics: Straightening Up America, XVI: America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 9 By Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman Has America bent over backwards too far in its spiritual, moral, and constitutional life that we are in danger of “breaking”? This question is central to our current series of Court Watch Briefings. The question has been precipitated by America’s Culture War and echoes the anguished cry of the Father in the famous musical production, ... Read more

Back to the Basics: Straightening Up America, XV: America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 8 VOL. 17, NO. 1 Feb. 12, 2015 Back to the Basics: Straightening Up America, XV America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 8 By Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman How far can you make a man bend over backwards before he breaks? This is the anguished cry heard in one of the most widely acclaimed musical productions of the Twentieth Century, “Fiddler on the Roof.” This question generates the theme for our current series of “Briefings,” the question whether America has bent over backwards ... Read more

America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 7 VOL. 16, NO. 6 Dec. 15, 2014 Back to the Basics: Straightening Up America, XIV America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 7 By Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman “How far can you make a man bend over backwards before he breaks?” is the anguished cry heard in one of the most widely acclaimed musical productions of the Twentieth Century, “Fiddler on the Roof.” This question generates the theme for our current series of “Briefings,” the question whether America has bent over backwards too far ... Read more

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