Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Buttar on the Politicization of the Court

New post from Shahid Buttar over on Huffingtonpost.  

It is the second of a four part series, and critiques what he sees as a politicization of the court, and the court's political use of its power, especially in re-writing constitutional doctrines in pursuit of recognized right-wing policies.

Part I addressed the politicization of voting rights.

Part III will explore the failure of traditional checks on the court, and Part IV will present his proposal for Congressional and Executive strategies for limiting the Court.

Check his post for case analysis and support.

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