I will readily state that I have major misgivings about our Presidential nominee when it comes to judicial nominations. His history in the Senate of spurning highly qualified nominees in favor of the media-grabbing “middle ground” gives me pause when I consider whether I can cast my ballot for the chosen one. That […]
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Congress should not have had to act to save Terri Schiavo’s life. The Florida legislature should not have to act to save Terri Schiavo’s life. Both have already instituted laws to do so, but the laws of both have been ignored by judges with an agenda.
This is not the first example of such behavior. To […]