Category talk:Judicial Activism

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Just wondering

Is it just me? or are al these examples of Judicial activism... shall we say... leaning a certain way... It seems as if every time they rule in favor of Conservatives it's a darn fine ruling, but if they rule liberal... It's an activist judge... What's the deal? Doctor CBThe Doctor is In 22:45, 16 April 2008 (EDT)

Being conservative is inherently the resistance to radical change, and the conservation of the principles already in place, which have worked so well. When a judge rules against conservative principles, they are also ruling against law, president, and culture. Instead of deciding what the law says, as s their job, they decide what the law should say (in their opinions) and rule based on their own preferences, rather than the law they are employed to uphold. --David B (TALK) 10:27, 28 July 2016 (EDT)