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Archive of posts published in the tag: Ruth Bader Ginsberg

Is It Time for Judicial Term Limits?

“A simple and modest start would be to end the issuing of nationwide injunctions by federal district courts. District court judges are judicial masters of their districts, not temporary Supreme Court justices, issuing rulings binding on an entire, vast republic. It would be a small but important way to hand more power back to elected officials.”

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When Central Planning Becomes Irrelevant

Kevin Williamson at National Review addresses the zero sum thinking in The New New Malthusians: excerpt: But the internal-combustion engine may be going dodo nonetheless. Mike Fox, executive director of Gasoline & Automotive Services Dealers of America — i.e., the boss…

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