Joe Doakes from Como Park emails:

Article in the new Bench and Bar magazine written by Justice Paul Thissen of the Minnesota Supreme Court, entitled “When Rules Get in the Way of Reason: One Judge’s View of Legislative Interpretation.”

No need to read the article,  the title says it all.  Isn’t this pretty much the definition of judicial activism?
By giving it prominent play in the Bar Association magazine, aren’t they normalizing radical behavior?
Or is radical the new normal, so this view is not controversial, it’s mainstream?
Joe doakes

Pretty simple, really.

Radical is radical on the right. On the left, it’s progress because shut up.

5 thoughts on “Normalized

  1. I could have told you that rat bastard Paul Thissen would do this. The man, if you can call him that, because he is allegedly so wrapped around his wife’s little finger, that he can’t even fart without asking her permission, is a hard core socialist.

  2. Judicial activism is such a great thing, because it will never, ever be used against the left. Never, ever. That sort of thing will never happen, not really…. I mean, I am pretty sure.

  3. How in thee hell did that happen? Jeeze, you guys are really fukked.

    Gov Moonshine put him there. He got to appoint 3 SCOMN judges IIRC.

  4. So now its only a matter of time before a future President appoints a former member of Congress or the Senate to SCOTUS?

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