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Phyllis Schlafly On "Activist Judges"

"It really is an outrage when the judges are trying to decide important issues like the definition of marriage, like taking private property, like whether we have a cross or whether we're able to say a prayer at a public school event. We can play that game, too. But in particular of the courts, I think that one of the most important elections last November 2 was the bouncing out of three judges of the Iowa State Supreme Court who had voted for same-sex 'marriage,' overriding the will of the legislature and the people of Iowa." - Phyllis Schlafly, whose Eagle Forum advocates for replacing the government with a "Biblical law based" theocracy.

RELATED: When we last heard from Schlafly here, she was demanding that Muslims be banned from the U.S. military, fired from all government jobs, and be ruled ineligible to hold public office.

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