Monday, April 19, 2010

The Low-Down on "Judicial Activism"

Basically, both the left and the right are now using "judicial activist", a term you'll be hearing often with the upcoming Supreme Court nomination, to mean a judge who disagrees with the speaker.  Wha a lot of people fail to understand, and Brayton has explianed well in the past, is that cases that go to the Supreme Court are cases about which there is judicial disagreement.  The justices refuse to hear cases with solid settled law.

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