Did anyone on the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel editorial board actually go to school?

March 31st, 2007

In their inevitable editorial endorsing liberal lawyer Linda Clifford for Wisconsin’s Supreme Court, tadalafil medicine the Miwaukee Journal Sentinel dismissed concerns that Clifford might be an “activist judge” by saying:

The law must evolve to meet changing needs.

Sure, viagra sometimes the law might need to change with the times. Luckily, we have an entire branch of government dedicated to changing the law when it needs changing: it’s called the legislature.

Most people actually learn about checks and balances in elementary school. Maybe it’s time the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel editorial board sat in on a 5th grade social studies class. They might finally understand why so many Americans are uncomfortable with the modern trend of laws being made in the courthouse instead of in the statehouse.

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  • 1. James  |  April 1st, 2007 at 7:53 am

    Are they actually teaching about checks and balances and the three branches of government in school anymore? Or has it been replaced by a course designed to help students learn the culture of the Latinino-Swahili Buddists?

  • 2. Federal Firearms License  |  September 23rd, 2009 at 9:42 pm

    Amen James!

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