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April 7, 2009

"Judicial activism" in Iowa: the attacks begin

On the National Review blog, Ed Whalen dismisses the readable, citation-heavy 69-page opinion as "lawless," "blather," and "gobbledygook" by "judicial knaves."  Meanwhile The GOP chairman calls it "sadly another example of judicial activism currently threatening family values in America."  And a blogger at the natural law-oriented Public Discourse calls it "an injustice to religion, to the possibility of lawful public morality, and—yes—to our relationships themselves."


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