What was interesting is Romona Ripston's comments about another issue but taken into context of what happened in the Sex Survey case makes her a bit hypocritical when her own husband is doing the exact same thing by attempting to regulate society judicially from the bench by telling flat out that parents do not have parental rights regarding their children and education.
"I think we need to lighten up a little bit about some of the things that we're beginning to regulate in this society." says Romona Ripston, executive director of the Southern California ACLU.
You're right. We need not to regulate as much and leave judicial activism from the benches of the court system behind. Judicial activisms do not belong on the court or in the hands of judges who want to make their own laws.