Disrobed by Mark W. Smith actually arrived a couple of weeks ago while I was on vacation. Here’s the blurb:
How to Bring the Reagan Revolution to America’s Courts . . . FINALLY
With the Harriet Miers fiasco a distant memory and John Roberts and Samuel Alito sitting on the Supreme Court, conservatives can finally stop worrying about the courts, right?
Wrong. Dead wrong.
America’s courts, legal culture, and law schools remain solidly in the Left’s camp. Decades of liberal legal precedents fill volumes of law tomes. Absent a sweeping change–precisely what bestselling author Mark W. Smith calls for in Disrobed–liberals will ruthlessly exploit their dominant position in the law to continue advancing their radical agenda, as they have for the past seventy years.
Smith, a nationally recognized attorney, lays out an aggressive new battle plan to thwart the liberal assault on America by turning the courts into allies of the conservative movement. Be warned, Disrobed is not for the fainthearted. Smith implores conservatives: Toss out practically everything you think you know about courts, judges, and American law–because it’s naive, anachronistic, and self-defeating.
Thumbing through it, I see that it’s pretty activist and not at all moderate. Partisan to the core, it should resonate with the right-wing nutjobs who frequent MO. God bless ’em.
(It’s official: Murdoc will never ever ever catch up on his reading.)