For leftists, the rule of law must give way to the law of diversity

A good legal system is a reliable system, one that is never "arbitrary and capricious."  The best hedge against tyranny is a legal system that is not dependent on a tyrant's whims or the emotional responses of a cabal of activist judges.  Under that system, people have the necessary information to make decisions that will benefit themselves and society.  Washington State does not allow those concerns to affect how it chooses judges. In a system subject to unpredictable, unequally applied whims, people are paralyzed.  That's why it's important to have judges that (a) know both case law and statutory law, (b) respect the law and have the will to apply it equally, and (c) have the intelligence and education to analyze cases and determine the correct law. These three qualities are abstracts that apply regardless of a judge's race, color, creed, ethnicity, sex, or sexual orientation.  Unfortunately, leftism,...(Read Full Post)
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