Published: Sunday, May 5 2013 12:00 a.m. MDT
".....conservatives must abandon their imprecise opposition to "judicial
activism" and advocate for more vigorous judicial engagement in protecting
liberty from the vortex of the regulatory state....."______________________________That sounds to me like conservative
doubletalk. At what point does judicial review become judicial activism? Or is
it all in the eye of the beholder?
Judicial review becomes judicial activism when the review invents rights that
were not there in the first place, or takes away rights that are. It can happen
with both Conservative as well as Liberal judges, but in recent history, the
last 50 years, it has been the Liberal wing of the judiciary that has been most
I agree, it seems a fundamental right to know what taxes you are paying. It
seems they are listed on the ticket but never on the front end when we buy the
ticket.All the hidden fees are getting ridiculous, I need to know
which ones are from taxes and which ones are made up from the business. You can make a "governmental compliance fee" just to pay for your
accounting office but it's not actually a tax. I'd like to know.
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