The source quoted in the OP was Ib Jensen who, except for his own online self-description (of dubious accuracy) is a completely unknown blogger.
Originally Posted by leftysergeant
No sources for the claims being made are provided and this appears to be nothing by political hyperbole which is not at all surprising these days. One blogger makes a claim and then other cite it as if it's a ligitmate source of information. Rarely as in this case of Kagen, is there any attempt at accuracy by the initial blogger.
A nice try though but there is obviously nothing impeachable about Kagen's actions on the Supreme Court. Supreme Court decisions are not based upon political philosophy anyway. Supreme Court decisions are based upon interpreting the US Constitution and applying it to the laws and actions of government in the United States. We do have Supreme Court justices that have a broad interpretation of the US Constitution as well as justices that have a narrow interpretation of the US Constitution but that has absolutely nothing to do with political ideology or philosophy.
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