Saturday, July 5, 2014

The Persistent Legislative, Executive, and Corporate Attempts to Control the Judiciary

"Congress and the Executive Branches have long-attempted to wrest power from the courts. . . .Efforts to limit the jurisdiction of the courts and the judiciary well predate the 1830’s and continue with zeal today. . .Struggles to place issue-friendly judges on the bench and restrict judicial review of the legislative and executive branches are tactics still practiced today. The Supreme Court has described 'protecting the Executive’s discretion from the courts. . . . [as] fairly. . .said to be the theme of the legislation.'"  More

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