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Readers are having a ball. The definition of "judicial activism":

"There are two major types of judicial activism practiced in the United States' court system:

1. Liberal judges striking down laws that uphold core conservative American values
2. Liberal judges refusing to strike down laws that subvert core conservative American values

The most famous example of this is Roe v. Wade. Other examples include Brown v Board of Education[1] and Loving v Virginia[2] which stripped state control over education and marriage, respectively, putting it in the hands of the federal government; McCreary County v. ACLU in which judges stripped free speech and religious freedom from McCreary County [3]; Hamdan v. Rumsfeld in which the Supreme Court sided with terrorists over the protection of the United States of America. [4] and Schiavo v. Schiavo, in which judges ordered the death of an innocent handicapped woman against the wishes of her parents and many pro-life supporters.[5]."

Brown and Loving: blights on the country. Good to see the true core of today's conservatism being expressed. Also:

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