Main areas that we need to work on as part of an unified plan to check the powers of the judicial system and its activist and unconstitutional acting Judges:
1. Create unified organization(s) with political power: Perhaps create the League of Parent Voters, or League of Family Voters such as feminists and establisment Democrats have done with the League of Women Voters, http://lwv.org/ or as establishment Republicans have done with the Christian Family Coalition, http://www.cfcoalition.com/. This organization will have state, and local district organizations which will ensure that activist Judges are challenged in the primaries where most judicial races are determined and won fairly easily by mobilizing a relatively small number of well-organized voters (e.g. LGBT community elected openly homosexual Judges such as 11th circuit family court Judge, Scott Bernstein, and his husband ex TV start, David Young).
2. Create effective media campaigns:
-Influence our main stream media (MSM) and alternative media contacts to cover judicial corruption cases.
-Create professional documentaries/videos/
3. Challenge establishment politicians like Trump, and two of us did in Florida in 2016. In 2016, we caused the defeat of two state Senators by strategically running against them. For example, take a look at the incumbent state senators that lost in 2016. A 90 y/o friend of mine, Mercedes Christian, ran against a politically powerful incumbent Miguel Diaz de la Portilla, and took over 5% of the conservative vote from him, leading to his unexpected defeat: https://ballotpedia.org/
Other judicial reform ideas: http://www.votefamily.us/
Restore checks and balances in our government. Take the hands of lawyers out of both the legislative and executive powers. Join the GLOOG revolution, Get Lawyers Out Of Government, read www.gloogbook.com to find out why.
But how do we remove the choke hold from attorney BARs? Here are some ideas:
-The establishment of two-term limits on all state Judges. For instance, if District Judge, only 2 consecutive terms as such. He/she may advance to appeal court or Supreme Court but always with a confidence/retention vote from citizens by appearing on the ballot in the general elections.
-Open public records on Judicial Qualification Commission complaints against Judges.
-Confidence/retention vote requiring all public elected officials (e.g. State Senators, House Representatives, Judges, State Attorneys, etc.), regardless of someone running against them or not, to appear for a CONFIDENCE retention vote at the end of their respective election period in office to allow voters the choice of whether they should remain in office or not. In case the public official is not retained in office, the Governor shall appoint a temporary replacement, and new elections shall be held within 90 days to elect a replacement for that position.
-Remove the self-regulation of the legal profession from the BARs, and assign it to citizen’s grand juries in each district who would not only hear complaints against lawyers, but will also hear complaints against Judges, and will be in charge of preparing bills of impeachments to be executed by the state House of Representatives and Senates. We could also write a generic Constitutional Amendment Proposition (ballot proposition) requiring attorney BARs to finally be regulated by state regulatory agencies, as all the other professions in the USA are. Then, adopting this constitutional amendment to each state and working towards passing it in each state. Even if we don’t get the necessary number of signatures to pass a constitutional amendment in a state, we can then take those signatures to the legislature and pressure them to pass the Constitutional Amendment.
-Demand the enforcement of the separations of powers provided by most state Constitutions. For instance, in Florida, Article 2, Section 3, which prohibits attorneys working in the judicial branch from serving in other branches of government, reads: “Branches of government—The powers of the state government shall be divided into legislative, executive, and judicial branches. No person belonging to one branch shall exercise any powers appertaining to either of the other branches unless expressly provided herein.” This applies to all states: “The accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive, and judiciary, in the same hands, whether of one, a few, or many, and whether hereditary, self-appointed, or elective, may justly be pronounced the very definition of tyranny” James Madison, Federalist # 47 (explanation on the separation of powers in the government).