Eastman for Attorney General and the Tea Parties
John Eastman is running for Attorney General in California. If you listen to my program, John has been a weekly guest for ten years, debating liberal law professor Erwin Chemerinsky about any issue before the courts and especially before the Supreme Court. John is recognized as one of the great legal scholars of the era, is a former law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, former big firm litigator and then law school professor, special counsel to numerous states and private clients, and law school dean.
He has fought successfully for the Boy Scouts, for marriage, and for the private sector and private property rights against the ever-expanding government.
He is an originalist, and if, as Bill Kristol argued on the radio show this past Friday, this election will in part turn on candidates’ understanding of and respect for the constitutional origins of our government and the Constitution’s restraint on government power, then John Eastman ought to be receiving support form across the country –and he is. Tea Part participants especially ought to rally to this campaign, whether they are in New Hampshire or Hawaii or anywhere in between.
If stopping the march forward of governmental power at every level matters to you, and if the preservation of individual liberty is truly an important value to you, then please contribute to John’s campaign today, and do so via this online button.
It is expensive to run a campaign in California, but individuals and corporations can contribute up to $6,200 to John’s effort. Please dig deep and tell your friends. Tea Party participants especially should be doing what they can to put a true originalist into the second most powerful legal office in America. John Eastman’s California Department of Justice v. Eric Holder’s federal DOJ for the next two years would be the sort of battle that needs to be fought, so please support John’s campaign today.