Tag Archives: judicial activism
The mainstream media is apoplectic that Newt Gingrich would argue that Congress has the power to force federal judges to appear before the legislative body, even indicating that the judges be arrested if necessary. Let’s distinguish between two issues. First, should Congress, in general, have the power to enforce Congressional subpoenas on judges? The answerContinue Reading
Wake County Superior Court Judge Howard Manning issued an order for a hearing on June 22 to discuss education funding. Senate Majority Leader Phil Berger hopes that Judge Manning is not “assuming or attempting to assume the role of legislators.” But that is what Manning, our backyard judicial activist, is trying to do.