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How Should Presidential Candidates Address the Need for Judicial Reform?

In “Top Stories” below JAG is discussing judicial issues including: the meaning of Marbury, Judicial Supremacy, Stealth Nominees and Nominators.

Goodwin Liu  

Coming Soon

On Monday, November 9, 2015 (one year before the Presidential election) JAG will publish our “Presidential Candidate Guide to Judicial Issues” that will brief Presidential candidates on how to properly select Constitutionalist Justice to the Supreme Court, and also how to use the power of the Presidency to prevent judges from usurping legislative power.

The Constitutional Role of the Judiciary
November 24, 2015

If someone were to ask you about the role of the judiciary what would you say?  More importantly, if someone were to ask the presidential candidates about the role of the judiciary what would they say?  Read more to find out what they should say.

Presidential Candidates Briefing on the Judiciary
November 23, 2015
Presidential Candidates Guide to Judicial Issues

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Questions For Judicial Nominee Dale Drozd
April 8, 2015

You may remember a JAG Report in January discussing Obama judicial nominee, Dale Drozd.  Thankfully, his nomination is still pending in the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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The Declaration & Homosexual Marriage
March 27, 2015

According to our Nation's Charter, the Declaration of Independence, government does not “create” rights, but “secures” them. There's a huge difference. The declaration recognizes that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights… that to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”

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