"Following the court’s 2005-’06 term, there was a widespread outcry — among the public and within the legal community — regarding the then-liberal majority’s seeming abandonment of traditional tools of judicial restraint in favor of more progressive modes of interpretation.Here's his pre-election NRO post.
"In the five elections since then, the conservative candidate has won four times, and no member of the conservative majority will stand for election until 2017. At least for now, this was also the left’s last hurrah on the court.
"This spring’s election might have been a forgone conclusion made more inevitable by a stillborn challenge, but it was no less significant for that."
Law and Policy aggregators:
The Wheeler Report | WisPolitics | RightWisconsin Features | WisOpinion | Hamilton Consulting News Clips
News and Publications | Practice Sections recent blog posts | Official Notices | Board of Governors Policy Positions |
Section Public Policy Positions
Friday, May 10, 2013
The Left’s Last Hurrah
Richard Esenberg's post-election analysis.