Judicial Issues

Sigh. Looks like this is going for the long haul. The Courage Campaign has a good analysis and commentary about why this is really good news in man Read more...
There is at least one judge in Louisiana with some sense and respect for the law. NPR reports that U.S. District Judge Ralph Tyson has placed a tempor Read more...
As Senate Republicans added blocking aid to small business to their record-setting obstructionism, Democrats this week failed to secure the needed Read more...
This is a significant step forward for justice on the tribal reservations, especially the women who are the victims of widespread domestic violenc Read more...
In the everlasting battle between those on the far left and the far right to find something to complain about, the latest would seem to be Kenneth Read more...

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I have high hopes for Sen. Al Franken, who never stops fighting for the things he believes in. How refreshing that a freshman Senator refuses to s Read more...
This Week in Northern California, March 2007 Hold on there, Viacom, before you start counting those Google bucks. YouTube thinks you're not exactly Read more...
I've been worried about the money pouring into judicial elections ever since I read John Grisham's "The Appeal." The book is based on Caperton v. A.T Read more...
I was taking a look at Gov. Chris Christie's budget today and then I saw this. Will New Jersey follow in California's footsteps and start governing Read more...
Credit where credit is due - this is a solid liberal appointment and a noted constitutional scholar -- things that paint a target on his back to the Read more...