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Thursday, August 17, 2017
judges
Danziger on the judicial system under Trump

Danziger: Judge Not, Lest Ye Be Trumped

What will happen, wonders Danziger, if too many so-called judges interfere with the unconstitutional whims of President Trump? He may try to restore the political culture of his Queens boyhood — when landlords rented and even owned the judiciary, just like property.

February 6, 2017
Obama judges

Obama Judges Leave Liberal Imprint On U.S. Law

His appointments of dozens of judges to the country’s influential federal appeals courts have tilted the judiciary in a liberal direction that will influence rulings for years to come and be further entrenched if Democrat Hillary Clinton wins this November’s presidential election.

August 26, 2016

Lift The Blockade On Confirming U.S. Judges

How to fix the filibuster once and for all.

January 29, 2015

Why Judicial Elections Are Idiotic And Bad For Law

Can judges really be impartial when they have elections to run?

January 22, 2015

When Judges Are Elected

Justice is for sale (with a little help from Citizens United.)

November 6, 2014

Obama’s Best Chance To Influence The Judiciary May Be Passing

Obama’s hesitancy to confirm judges in the beginning of his term may come back to haunt him.

November 3, 2014

A Kansas Group’s Push To Oust Judges Reveals A Gap In Campaign Finance Rules

Learn more about this “particularly egregious form of dark money.”

October 27, 2014