Radio, Oct. 29: Imperial judges strike again

Join us on radio every Sunday, 5-8pm on 710 KNUS, Denverand now also on 1460 KZNT, Colorado Springs To listen online from anywhere, click ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Who do they think they are? Imperial judges are more and more aggressive in dictating to we the people. Now it's the New Jersey Supreme Court, ordering legislators to enact same-sex unions. If there was any doubt that Colorado needs Amendment 40 to curb the runaway courts, and Amendment 43 (along with No on Ref I) to protect traditional marriage in our state, this should remind us what's at stake.

Yes on 40: Limit the Judges is coming on strong as election day nears. I'll have a report on our campaign -- and on the late-breaking move to retire Judge Marquez, the worst member of the Appeals Court -- this Sunday on "Backbone Radio with John Andrews." Our show is essential voter education with Nov. 7 fast approaching. Please listen in and call in.

** Government takings from private landowners are one of the many imperialist moves by Colorado's appellate courts, as you'll hear on this show from Dick Johnston, author of "Property Rights Die," the story of a Kelo-type ruling in 2002 called Lobato vs. Taylor.

** Another important election in the hemisphere occurs on Nov. 5, when the diehard Marxist Daniel Ortega seeks a return to power in Nicaragua. We'll talk about it with that country's ambassador in Washington, Salvador Stadthagen.

** Also joining me will be CU Regent Steve Bosley, Hank Brown's ally in draining the Boulder swamp... Chief Deputy Attorney General Cynthia Coffman, our state's delegate to the recent White House summit on school safety... and Medicaid expert Devon Herrick with ideas on market reforms in health care.

Please tell your friends about "Backbone Radio with John Andrews." America and the West, still not fully aroused to the threat we face five years after 9/11, need a lot more backbone right now. We're committed to helping. How about you?

Yours for self-government, JOHN ANDREWS