JUDGE EXPOSES INEQUALITY OF WOMAN'S JURISPRUDENCE
Judge Robert Dierker’s new book, “The Tyranny of Tolerance: A Sitting Judge Breaks the Code of Silence to Expose the Liberal Judicial Assault,” demonstrates that some judges are waking up to the truth: behind the mysterious veil of feminist humanism hides the most profound contempt for men, marriage, and ultimately the well-being of non-elitist women.
In the past couple of years, feminism has received much long-overdue scrutiny. Kate O’Beirne excoriated radical feminism in her book “Women Who Make the World Worse.” Christina Hoff Sommers made a career trying to repatriate feminism to behave as an egalitarian movement (an impossible task given the meaning of the word). Phyllis Schlafly successfully blocked the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), which would have created a two-tier society based on gender. Phyllis continues to be one of the most outspoken and forthright opponents of radical feminism.
Unlike his feminist opponents, whose evasively-encoded messages often take much pondering to approximately decipher, Dierker cut to the chase in Chapter One: “The Cloud Cuckooland of Radical Feminism.”
Dierker proved the thesis of his book is correct even prior to publication. Feminists dominating the St. Louis Post Dispatch attacked him on page one. Missouri Senator Joan Bray (D-St. Louis) filed a complaint with the Missouri Bar even before the book was published. Joan is a classic feminist legislator, and heiress to feminist machines run by former Missouri Representatives Kaye Steinmetz and Sue Shear. Bray continues to seek ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), which would create inequality based on sex; supports socialized health care  , sponsored a bill promoting abortions that pretends to prevent them, and wants to force gay values on the state of Missouri.
In a St. Louis Daily Record article, Rep. Bray ranted “The venom in the book was shocking to me.” But she admits, “I probably meet his definition of femifascist.” Given the fact that modern radical feminism is the lineal great-grand-daughter of the Women’s Ku Klux Klan, we must credit Rep. Bray for owning up to her discriminatory attitudes towards men.
The feminist elite is attempting to pillory Judge Dierker in the same failed fashion they tried to abort Justice Antonin Scalia for his personal belief that abortion is wrong. Never mind that feminists thought it was lovely every time Ruth Bader Ginsburg waxes in favor of killing babies for no reason whatsoever.
Feminist attacks immediately point back to those who complain the most vociferously. Lynn Ricci, President of the St. Louis Women Lawyers Association gave us an in-home demonstration of how feminists slyly project their behavior on to others to avoid scrutiny. She whined that “he's [Dierker] cloaking his own personal preferences against women in alleged legal research and a partial examination of the law.”
Ms. Ricci apparently does not understand that opposing a revolting belief system has nothing to do with what one thinks about women.
Since Ms. Ricci pretends that “alleged legal research” and “partial examination of the law” supports her position, let us look at the partiality of femi-fascism:
Judge Dierker is to be greatly commended for his work helping to advance the rule of law and jurisprudence. Pointing out that feminist jurisprudence is radical and damaging to America does not make Judge Dierker the radical. Anyone who files a complaint against him or refuses to have a case heard in his courtroom is an enemy of the very fairness and quality jurisprudence that Judge Dierker strives to achieve.
Missouri Bar should embrace Dierker’s book. A new Gender and Justice
Commission Report should be ordered, but this time the Commission
should recommend changes in jurisprudence to weed out the hate and
intolerance towards men and marriage on which so many laws and court
decisions in Missouri are based.
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David R. Usher is Legislative Analyst for the American Coalition for Fathers and Children, Missouri Coalition and is a co-founder and past Secretary of the American Coalition for Fathers and Children.
Judge Dierker is to be greatly commended for his work helping to advance the rule of law and jurisprudence. Pointing out that feminist jurisprudence is radical and damaging to America...