Saturday, May 24, 2014

Recommended Reading

Norm Ornstein makes a pretty compelling case over at The Atlantic for why our Supreme Court is in desperate need of term limits. This is something I've thought about often, so it's gratifying to see that sentiment echoed by someone like him. Says he:
How did we get here? As politics have become polarized and as two-party competition intensified, control of the courts—which are increasingly making major policy decisions—became more important. With lifetime appointments, a party in power for two or four years could have sway over policy for decades after it left power.
Read on...

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