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FOR RELEASE:                          CONTACT:
Tuesday, April 29, 2015              Jeffery Wittenbrink, Esq.                                                       225-293-8787 ext.25



Cites Oxford/Denmark Data that Gay Marrieds Die Early,    Claims Homosexuality is not Inborn


Colorado Springs, CO (April 28, 2015) –  A U.S. Supreme Court amicus brief filed for today’s oral arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges is available online along with links to resources on what former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, in the brief, calls “the greatest heresy of our time…. Judicial Supremacy.”

Gov. Huckabee has said he will announce one week from today in Hope, Arkansas, his home town and that of President Bill Clinton, whether he will seek the U.S. Presidency in 2016. The Supreme Court brief was filed by Mike Huckabee Policy Solutions, an independent Colorado and Washington, D.C. based non-profit organized to “support the national policy aims of Mike Huckabee,” it says.

Besides the brief itself, which claims that Danish mortality statistics reported in Oxford University’s International Journal of Epidemiology show that gay marrieds die early, contains links to crucial citations in the brief such as:

Journalist resources on Judicial Supremacy, LGBT morbidity/mortality, and more also contains useful scholarly-legal links on “judicial supremacy” the idea that Congress, the President and the States must obey the Supreme Court in all cases, regardless of historic errors by the Court in infamous cases like Dred Scott and Plessy v. Ferguson.   Here are some of those, as well as scientific and other useful resources for journalists:

  • Dr. John Hart Ely, Professor, Yale, Harvard and Stanford University Law Schools:
    • The Wages of Crying Wolf: a Comment on Roe v. Wade (82 Yale L.J. 920 1972-1973).
    • One “one of the most widely cited legal scholars in United States history…Ely [who supported abortion as legislative policy] wrote….a highly critical analysis of the Supreme Court’s decision in  Roe v. Wade in an article entitled “The Wages of Crying Wolf,” published in the Yale Law Journal, wherein he argued that the Court’s decision protecting abortion rights was wrong “because it is not constitutional law and gives almost no sense of an obligation to try to be.” (Wikipedia).
  • Jeffrey S. Wittenbrink, Counsel for Amici Curiae –:  225-293-8787 ext. 25

Pursuant to today’s oral arguments, many expect a majority of the Justices to opine for a fundamental Constitutional right of same-sex marriage this June, an outcome Gov. Huckabee and the group oppose.


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