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9th Circuit's rulings frequently overturned
Washington Times ^
| Joyce Howard Price
Posted on 06/27/2002 10:35:10 PM PDT by kattracks
Edited on 07/12/2004 3:55:00 PM PDT by Jim Robinson.
The federal appeals court in San Francisco that found the Pledge of Allegiance unconstitutional Wednesday is known as an activist court whose decisions regularly are overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court, legal analysts said yesterday.
"The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals' liberal record ... and its reputation as the most overturned court in the country ... have almost grown to the status of an urban myth," said Steven Fitschen, president of the National Legal Foundation.
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TOPICS: Front Page News; News/Current Events
posted on 06/27/2002 10:35:10 PM PDT
I see a wedge-issue here, if only the Pubbies are smart enough to capitalize on it . . . .
posted on 06/27/2002 10:39:14 PM PDT
With their dismal record , It makes me wonder why this court even exists, send all their cases to the SCOTUS as all their flawed decisions wind up there anyway!
In other words, the 9th Circuit is irrelevant and all its judges should be dismissed.
I've been told I read too much into things, btw.
To: Not now, Not ever!
I'm a Christian and a Strict Constructionist........a supporter of the Constituion and the Bill of Rights....all 10 of 'em.
My limited knowledge of constitutional law says the supremes MUST support the 9th's decision in this case.
posted on 06/27/2002 11:20:10 PM PDT
Whos gonna makem. God???
posted on 06/28/2002 8:01:03 AM PDT
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