Michael Horne
Plenty of Horne

High Court Candidates Blast Each Other

Challenger James Daley calls incumbent Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley a liberal, while she cites Republican Party functions he attends.

By - Mar 20th, 2015 12:09 pm
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Challenger James Daley calls incumbent Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley a liberal, while she cites Republican Party functions he attends. Back to the full article.

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2 thoughts on “Plenty of Horne: High Court Candidates Blast Each Other”

  1. David Ciepluch says:

    For decades, so-called conservatives like Daley have tried to trash the name “Liberal”. The very meaning and origination of the term is liberty and freedom loving. If not for true liberals and progressive thinkers, there would be no USA, the Declaration of Independence, and US Constitution that had to set itself apart from corrupting influences of monarchies and religions of Europe during the 1700s. It seems many conservatives of today are still stuck in that time period.

  2. “Daley says he supports the amendment, suggesting it will give the voters a say, via the justices they elect, as to who will be the court’s leader, rather than rely on seniority.”

    Actually it is moving selection of the chief justice one step away from the voters since we all get to directly vote for the justice with seniority. Stop taking away our voice while pretending you are finding it for us!

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