Post Tagged with: "judicial reform"

July 8, 2013 17:29

Supreme Citizen Abuse – Court Kills Initiative Process

The Court insists upon litigation conducted by state officials whose preference is to lose the case.

March 18, 2013 06:53

Make Your Voice Heard for Marriage

People can love whom they want and live the way they choose, but no one is entitled to redefine a foundational institution of civil society that has existed for centuries.

April 24, 2012 06:06

Judiciary up for grabs in presidential election

[T]his year’s election is a two-fer: as goes the presidency, so goes the federal judiciary — including, most likely, control of the Supreme Court. – Daily Caller

April 13, 2012 07:20

Judicial Activists Undermine the Democratic Process

Judicial activism is a very efficient way to advance a social agenda. It is precisely for this reason that its effects are so pernicious. In the Supreme Court, for example, one needs only to secure five out of nine votes to make new law. On some appellate panels, one need only secure two out of three votes in order to prevail.

December 22, 2011 07:39

Judicial Hellholes: 10 Places Not to Do Business in the United States

States that don’t reform their system to eliminate such judicial hellholes are hurting their citizens and damaging their economies. They are guaranteeing that they will have lower wages, higher prices, decreased return on investments, less access to health care, and less innovation in comparison to states that provide predictable, fair, and efficient court systems that protect both businesses and injured parties.