Skip to comments.Fighting back against nomination of activist lawyer for judgeship in Mass:
Posted on 07/22/2012 9:36:40 PM PDT by massmike
Pro-family citizens have decided: No more anti-family activist judges in Massachusetts!
Pro-family activists, including MassResistance, dominated the confirmation hearing on Wednesday for a left-wing `activist attorney, Kenneth Salinger, nominated to be a Superior Court judge by (the ultra-left) Governor Deval Patrick.
The nominee, Kenneth Salinger, would be every pro-family citizen's nightmare as a judge. Salinger has given thousands of dollars to the radical activist group MoveOn.org, the pro-abortion group EMILY'S List, and various left-wing politicians across the country.
EMILY'S list ("Early Money Is Like Yeast") funds pro-abortion politicians in the early stages of their campaigns against conservatives. MoveOn.org is a radical national left-wing activist group that organizes pro-Obama political action and supports campaigns across the country for same-sex "marriage" and homosexual school projects such as the "Love Makes a Family" movie.
Salinger is currently working for the Massachusetts Attorney General's office. At the AG's office he has been particularly zealous in helping to fight legal challenges to anti-family legislation such the Buffer Zone law.
He previously was a partner at the Boston law firm of Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge. While there, he co-wrote an amicus brief asking the federal courts to declare the military's "Don't ask don't tell" policy unconstitutional.
Salinger left the Boston firm in 2006 to join the AG's office (at a considerable loss of pay) to get more involved in "public service" (according to testimony) - which usually translates to liberal activism.
(Excerpt) Read more at massresistance.com ...
Good luck! Don’t let the liberals take over like they did in Madison, WI! One liberal judge here has struck down our Voter I.D.
Are you hooked up with a Conservative group in MA? Hopefully the Tea Party movement there will strike back. If so, give us the links for support.
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