It's the judges who have become out of control, a runaway judiciary, abusing their position and power to intimidate the public by legislating from the bench, making the law up as they go along. The law is what I say it is, is their position, not what the Constitution, the Supreme Law of the land, says it is. Apparently Mr. Alcott endorses judicial activism and wants to ensure it continues and that's not a good thing.
Alcott even goes so far as to blame the Schiavo case for the long overdue public awakening to the judicial tyranny that exists in our Republic today, personified by the icon of judicial tyranny, Pinellas County Court probate court judge George W. Greer. The Schiavo case was a showcase of what's wrong in the court system today from the local courts to the state courts to the federal courts.
Terri on the road to recovery before the second stage began.
But "party of death" is not exactly a Ponnuru original. As he explains, the words are an adaptation of liberal (and pro-choice) philosopher Ronald Dworkin's honest summation that "abortion...and euthanasia...are both choices for death."
Face it, the whole system down to the meter maids has run amok. No wonder people can't get a fair trial.