What’s wrong with Schimel?

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Attorney General Schimel has become something of a judicial branch lap dog. He takes his direction from the judiciary rather than the citizens of Wisconsin who elected him.

When he took office, AG Schimel understood that the citizens of Wisconsin were not interested in sanctioning same-sex marriages. We had amended our state constitution to add a definition of marriage in 2006, and we re-elected the previous attorney general while he enforced our state’s marriage laws and actively defended our constitution. But AG Schimel allowed the Supreme Court’s 2015 Obergefell vs Hodges opinion to be enforced upon us as law anyway, making those marriages “legal” in our state.

The Obergefell opinion was the high point in the Supreme Court’s abuse of constitutional authority when it declared that state laws which didn’t provide for same-sex marriages were unconstitutional, and then told us same-sex marriages were legal in our states just because they told us so. This was the high point in the federal government taking for itself all powers reserved to the states by the Constitution, states which had always regulated marriage until that day.

No court opinion revises or repeals our state laws or enacts new laws for the citizens of Wisconsin—that is, unless you have an attorney general like Schimel, who allows court opinions to do so.

In a constitutional republic, we elect our legislators to make the laws we all agree to live under. In a banana republic, you don’t have to be elected to make laws.

Same-sex marriages should have been made legal by our state legislature only after the citizens of Wisconsin had directed our elected representatives to make them legal.

AG Schimel failed to perform his most basic job function when he stopped enforcing our state’s marriage laws, which only provide for certain forms of heterosexual marriages, after his SCOTUS masters gave us their opinion.

AG Schimel undermines both our federal and state constitutions, which he took an oath to support, when he allows any court to make our laws for us.

Voters may choose to overlook these mistakes because Schimel is “a good man,” he’s not a Democrat, he rides a Harley, or whatever. But he needs to be replaced (Don’t worry–he’ll find another job).

AG Schimel needs to be replaced because this practice of enforcing court opinions as law must end. It will not end if you re-elect him, and it will escalate if you elect the other candidate, Kaul.

This will matter to everyone hearing me speak, because soon the Supreme Court will offer its opinion that males who want to be females have a constitutional “right” to “identify and express themselves” as females; and therefore a “right” to share public facilities, including bathrooms, locker rooms, and showers with females in Wisconsin. Progressive employers and businesses in Wisconsin have already begun requiring females to share facilities with males, and progressive educators in our schools have already begun teaching boys and girls that their gender is fluid.

I would prefer to see AG Schimel replaced before he goes along with that court opinion. If you replace AG Schimel with me, the enforcement of court opinions as law in Wisconsin will end.

As Attorney General, I will also end several other things in Wisconsin, including the destruction or removal of veterans’ memorials, the creation of sanctuary areas for illegal aliens, and infringements upon the freedom of religion or speech or the right to bear arms, which we have under both our federal and state constitutions.

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Larson Responds to Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission

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For Immediate Release – Attorney General Candidate Larson Responds to Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission

Masterpiece Cakeshop caseConstitution Party of Wisconsin Press Release: June 19, 2018

When asked to respond to the United States Supreme Court’s recent Masterpiece Cakeshop decision, Terry Larson said, “The devil wins again.”

Terry Larson is the Constitution Party of Wisconsin’s 2018 candidate for the office of Wisconsin Attorney General. He is the author of the surprising book, “The Christian Response to Homosexual Marriage: How Progressives are Ending America” published by World Ahead Press on June 26, 2017; exactly two years after the infamous Obergefell v. Hodges decision.

“Now the clergy across America can return to saying and doing nothing about same-sex marriage, the sin of homosexual sex, and pretty much everything else.”

Larson reminds us this latest decision involving same-sex marriage does not clearly provide protections for “the mice behind the pulpits.” It could take some time before a pastor or priest, “with the guts to say something about anything,” finds himself before a judge who will determine what his punishment should be for disagreeing with the Obergefell decision.

When asked if homosexual sex is a sin, Larson replied, “Yes, it’s a sin. It’s written clearly in the Bible. I didn’t write it, but that’s what it says. And that’s not open to any interpretation, judicial or otherwise either. And you can quote me on that.”

“So now the Alliance Defending Freedom and all the usual groups are going on about what a victory this is for Christians in America. This isn’t a win any more than the Liberty Counsel’s defense of that Kentucky County Clerk, Kim Davis. And you can quote me on that too.”

Larson continued explaining that in removing the Kentucky county clerks’ names from the marriage licenses, so Christians are not forced to go along with homosexual marriages, Kentucky only affirmed the Obergefell opinion is law and conceded homosexual marriage for the rest of the country.

“And that’s what’s happened here again. Christians have protected themselves, or so they think for a time, and many couldn’t care less that same-sex marriage is still being forced on the rest of the country, that homosexuality continues to be normalized and now this insanity about gender identity which is following immediately behind it.”

Larson asked if there isn’t anyone else who thinks it’s ridiculous how the Court in Obergefell granted homosexuals a Constitutional right to marry, a right that heterosexuals don’t have; and the same Court in Masterpiece Cakeshop declared some of us can effectively deny them that right.

“We added the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments to our Constitution to provide equal protections for the basic civil rights of black Americans. Then the Democrat party came along with their Jim Crow Laws, legalizing racism and making black Americans about as unequal as they could at that time. This looks pretty much like the same thing to me.”

Larson said Masterpiece Cakeshop simply “legitimized that absurd Obergefell decision and became the second most absurd Court opinion in recent years.”

Terry Larson promised Chief Justice Anthony Kennedy after Obergefell that he would “do everything I lawfully can to oppose the enforcement of your Obergefell opinion as law in my state and all other states which do not recognize homosexual marriages under their state laws.” While Masterpiece Cakeshop is a “serious blow”, he vows to continue.

If elected Wisconsin Attorney General, Terry Larson has pledged to stop the enforcement of judicial branch decisions as law in our state, take action against anyone who damages or removes any veterans’ or Civil War memorials or monuments, see federal immigration laws and/or similar state laws enforced, and take action against anyone infringing upon the freedom of speech or the right to bear arms we have under both our federal and state constitutions.

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The Constitution Party of Wisconsin Announces Candidate for Attorney General

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For Immediate Release – June 11, 2018

Terry Larson is the Wisconsin Constitution Party's candidate for Attorney General

Terry Larson is the Wisconsin Constitution Party’s candidate for Attorney General

The Constitution Party of Wisconsin is pleased to announce that Terry Larson, the party’s Communications Director, is the constitutionalist candidate for Attorney General. As Wisconsin Attorney General, Terry Larson will oppose the enforcement of Supreme Court opinions as “the law of the land”, take action against anyone who damages or removes any veterans’ or Civil War memorials or monuments, and see federal immigration laws and/or similar state laws enforced.

“I will fight the infringement of all constitutional rights, especially the right to free speech and the freedom to keep and bear arms which we have under both our federal and state constitutions,” Larson said.

Terry Larson is the author of “The Christian Response to Homosexual Marriage: How Progressives are Ending America” published by World Ahead Press on June 26, 2017; exactly two years after the Supreme Court’s infamous Obergefell vs Hodges decision was released. As he wrote, “If everyone agrees, if no one can be bothered to say anything, when five unelected lawyers on the Supreme Court give us their opinion and tell us that is the law, then we are done with this Constitution and we are done with this constitutional republic.” Terry Larson has been a technical writer and publications project manager for agricultural, construction and consumer equipment manufacturers for over 20 years. He is a WELS church member, married with five children.

Terry Larson is campaigning for the office of Wisconsin Attorney General in response to the Obergefell SCOTUS decision, and the removal of Civil War memorials by Madison Mayor Paul Soglin in August 2017

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