Decisions by judges in the 9th Circuit prove the need for changes to the judiciary
The incredibly bad decisions by judges in Washington state, and Hawaii and the 9th Circuit prove the need for changes in the judiciary to judges who will actually honor the constitution and not make up stuff to fit their political agenda. How does a judge in Hawaii right a 43-page decision in a matter of a couple of hours after a hearing if he had not prejudged his outcome?
- As President Trump fills 124 judgeships, Neil M. Gorsuch, the Supreme Court nominee, is seen as the first step for an influential group seeking to transform the bench.
- Leonard A. Leo of the Federalist Society sits at the nexus of the largely unseen network of conservative organizations, donors and lawyers.