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Are judges above the law?

THOMAS JEFFERSON LEADERSHIP ... but the third , unfortunately & unwisely, made independant not only of the nation but even of their own conduct, have...

Should Republicans Restore the Judicial Filibuster?

ROGER PILON, CATO INSTITUTE When Republicans take control of the Senate in January, should they revive the judicial filibuster that Democrats instituted in 2003 when...

Federalist Papers No. 48, James Madison

FOUNDERS CORNER LIBRARY: MAJOR WORKS Friday, February 1, 1788 These Departments Should Not Be So Far Separated as to Have No Constitutional Control Over Each Other IT...

No Secret Court for Military Drones

JAY SEKULOW, ACLJ It's an issue that's getting a lot of attention - especially since it was discussed last week at a confirmation hearing for...

Of The Judiciary And Courts Of Law

The Moral Liberal, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Four, Part 16, 350 B.C.E. Of the three parts of government, the judicial remains to be considered, and...

Be Ready for Obama's Supreme Court Nominee! — Dr. Virginia Armstrong

U. S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, who just observed his ninetieth birthday (April 29), has announced his intention to retire from the Court at the end of the current Court term early this summer. A far left-wing member of SCOTUS, Stevens is sure to be replaced by a nominee of a far left-wing stripe. The only questions are whether the nominee will "out-liberal" Stevens and, if so, whether that nominee could survive the grueling examination he/she should be given by the Senate regarding his/her views and values.

Be Ready for Obama’s Supreme Court Nominee! — Dr. Virginia Armstrong

U. S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, who just observed his ninetieth birthday (April 29), has announced his intention to retire from the Court at the end of the current Court term early this summer. A far left-wing member of SCOTUS, Stevens is sure to be replaced by a nominee of a far left-wing stripe. The only questions are whether the nominee will "out-liberal" Stevens and, if so, whether that nominee could survive the grueling examination he/she should be given by the Senate regarding his/her views and values.