Judiciary

Relinking Constitutional Law & Jurisprudence to the Constitution

By | July 3, 2005 |

William Kristol, in an article entitled Reversing the Bork Defeat, makes this observation: On October 23, 1987–a day that lives in conservative infamy–Robert Bork’s nomination to the Supreme Court was rejected by a Democratic Senate. Now, 18 years later, George W. Bush has the chance to reverse this defeat, and to begin to fulfill what…

Rediscovering Proper Judicial Reasoning

By | June 25, 2005 |

The public debate about proper judicial reasoning is often so ill-informed because the focus is only on short-term partisan agendas, a bad habit which damages the fabric of our society and respect for the rule of law. Into that morass and using the recent Supreme Court decision on medical marijuana use in California, Charles Krauthammer…

Bringing Added Clarity to the Judicial Filibuster Debate

By | June 4, 2005 |

Power Line offers a valuable posting on the judicial filibuster debate. The posting adds to other informative postings about the judicial filibuster debate on this site, including: The Filibuster…Continued The Injustice of Smearing A Fellow American For Political Gain The Senate Judicial Filibuster: Power Politics & Religious Bigotry Mac Owen’s open letter to Senator Chaffee…

Senator Mitch McConnell on the Judicial Filibuster – Before the Capitulation

By | May 24, 2005 |

Republican Senator Mitch McConnell gave this speech on the Senate floor prior to the capitulation by the 7 Republican senators. It offers a history lesson and is complementary to this posting by Mac Owens.

The Injustice of Smearing A Fellow American For Political Gain

By | May 14, 2005 |

There is an excellent posting on Captain’s Quarters about Janice Rogers Brown, one of the court nominees being filibustered by Senate Democrats, that references this Sacramento Bee editorial written by a liberal who, among other things, said: I know Janice Rogers Brown, and she knows me, but we’re not friends. The associate justice of the…