Carol Platt Liebau

Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Thomas Sowell write a fine column disputing the notion -- beloved by the left and by many judges -- that the judiciary should be somehow immune from criticism, or any real scrutiny.

In fact, given that it's the only branch of government that is unelected, and its abuses therefore cannot be redressed at the ballot box, it would seem to me that the judiciary is worthy of just as much -- if not more -- scrutiny than the other branches of government.


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