Obama’s Coming Attack on the Courts
More than any of his recent predecessors, President Barack Obama will have an opportunity to dangerously realign America's courts with activist judges.
With one-time law professor Obama in the White House and a Democratic majority in Congress, the ruling party stands ready to launch the biggest assault on conservative jurisprudence since the Earl Warren Court with the appointment of federal judges.
Will Republicans be able to stave off what could be seen as the legal rollback of the Reagan Revolution?
Newsmax magazine's special report "Judges Are Not Our Rulers: Obama's Coming Plan to Liberalize America's Courts" examines what is likely in store for the courts under the administration of the first president who, as a senator, participated in the filibuster of Bush judicial appointments.
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This exclusive Newsmax report explores:
- The biggest fear among conservative legal activists
- The key cases that could soon test federal courts' political stance
- Why Obama's judicial philosophy shocked leading GOP senators
- The "greatest hits" in outrageous Democrat-sponsored jurisprudence
- How the "blue slip" rule can torpedo judicial appointments
- The real agenda for legalizing same-sex marriage
- The "conservative nightmare scenario" regarding the courts
- Why Obama wants judges to employ "empathy" in dealing with cases
- The legal moves that most threaten religious organizations
- The "Shangri-La" of judicial conservatism
- How Republicans can inflict political costs for judicial nominees
- The study assessing Democratic and Republican courts — and its surprising result
- Obama's point man on judicial appointments
- The pending bill that will federalize the abortion issue
- Why federal judges wield tremendous power
- What Obama's appointees tell about the future of the courts
- The lesson Obama has learned from Ronald Reagan
- How a political maneuver will bolster Democrats' control of the courts
- How the district courts and appellate courts interact
- Why the "Gang of 14" angered conservatives
- The best hope for reappointment among Bush's judicial candidates
- How court decisions could imperil national security
- And much more
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