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Supreme Consequences: Good Judge, Bad Judge | The Heritage Foundation

Supreme Consequences: Good Judge, Bad Judge | The Heritage Foundation


A bad judge acts like a “super-legislator” making law from the bench. Imposes a political agenda. Does not follow the constitution. And puts personal bias above the law. While, a good judge fairly applies the law as written. Preserves limited government. Stands up for the constitution. And is impartial, putting facts before their personal opinions. Ultimately, a good judge stands on the Constitution while a bad judge stands on their own biased opinions. This is why, every judge matters. Make sure your friends know that every judge matters by sharing this video.

Comments (3)

  1. Case in point:

    http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/supreme-court-declines-hear-pharmacy-s-religious-objections-case-n600261

  2. Case in point, "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State,…."

  3. A good judge "fairly applies the law as written" and upholds the Constitution. You miss the critical point. What does a good judge do when the law as written is not authorized by the Constitution?
    We are so far down the path to total social and moral disaster that undoing the decades of laws and regulations that in no way are constitutional may not be undone. I will enjoy life but dread the thought of what my offspring will have to deal with.

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