Newest Issue - October 2005


Judges in the Culture Wars Crossfire

Judges are feeling the heat in a year that has been marked by increasingly strident criticism of the judiciary.

After courts failed to intervene in the Terri Schiavo case, House Majority Leader Tom DeLay vowed that judges would have “to answer for their behavior.” More recently, DeLay held forth at Justice Sunday II, a rally in Nashville, Tenn., led by prominent Christian conservative groups.

Citing recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions on abortion, obscenity and government support for religion, DeLay declared: “That’s not judicial independence. That’s ... judicial autocracy.”


ABA Connection

The National Pulse

McElhaney on Litigation

Corner Office

Associates in the Trenches

Solo Network

Career Audit

Ideas from the Front

Life Audit

Tech Audit

Your ABA

President's Message

Executive Director's Report

Above the Trees

Obiter Dicta

Keeva on Life and Practice

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