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A Talk Radio Listener Says A Real Opposition Senate Would Begin By Impeaching Out Of Control Judges—Like The One Who Just Struck Down ANOTHER Arizona Law
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November 08, 2014, 06:17 PM
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Re: Peter Brimelow’s article Immigration, Innumeracy, And The Case For Impeaching Judges

From: An Anonymous Talk Radio Listener [Email him]

Arizona's immigrant smuggling law was struck down by the same Clinton-appointed woman judge who struck down other Arizona immigration laws in 2010.

Arizona's immigrant smuggling law struck down

PHOENIX (AP) — A federal judge has struck down Arizona's 2005 immigrant smuggling law on the grounds that it's trumped by federal statutes.

The ruling Friday by U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton marked the latest in a string of restrictions placed by the courts on Arizona's effort to get local police to confront illegal immigration.

Bolton ruled the state law deprives federal authorities of their exclusive right to prosecute smuggling crimes.

Gov. Jan Brewer's office and the U.S. Justice Department, which pressed the challenge on behalf of the Obama administration, did not immediately respond to emails Saturday morning.[ More]

A real opposition Senate would begin by impeaching out of control judges. Only one impeachment would be needed to deter the many mediocre judges who could not equal their salary or benefits in private practice.

See previous letters from the same reader.