"Judicial Deference" is a Bipartisan Ideal--Unfortunately
Wall Street Journal - Many conservatives who think of themselves as proponents of limited government would be surprised to discover that conservative judges begin their constitutional analyses in almost every context by placing a thumb firmly on the government side of the scale. It's called "judicial deference." Many liberals, who take pride in being "empathetic," would be surprised to learn that liberal judges also subscribe to judicial deference. [Find the Link in News From the Front]
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