Oh Nooozzzzzzz. We can’t touch the judges.
There is some ridiculous handwringing in this Washington Post article about voters daring — DARING I say — to throw judges off the bench for finding gay marriage in a state constitution. How dare the people exercise their right. The effort in Iowa worries not only gay rights advocates but some legal experts who say it is wrong to punish judges for an unpopular decision. | Read More »
A Brief Note on Iowa
The Iowa Supreme Court unanimously decided today that Iowa’s legislatively enacted ban on same sex marriages is unconstitutional under Iowa’s constitution. There will no doubt now be a drive for a constitutional amendment that will no doubt benefit Republicans at the ballot box in Iowa. But there shouldn’t have to be a maneuver here or anywhere else. Iowa and the other state courts that have | Read More »
More fodder for the Charlie Crist Files
Let’s add a bit more to the Charlie Crist files this morning. It’s important to start building this narrative now so that if Crist does run for President, we’ll have a plethora of pre-existing research at our finger tips to show why Crist would be a terrible Presidential nominee, let alone a terrible Senate candidate in Florida. Crist has, yet again, picked another liberal favorite | Read More »
BREAKING NEWS: Obama’s Judges Will Be Far, Far Left
This in from Roll Call: Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.) is giving up his longtime perch on the Judiciary Committee, Democratic aides said today. That Kennedy no longer feels the need to vet and ensure the leftism of judicial appointees is a bad, bad sign for Doug Kmiec. He is not giving up his committee chairmanship on Education, just this one. It may be because of | Read More »