Ginsburg's offense


Jed Babbin makes the case that Justice Ginsburg's public comments require her to recuse herself from considering cases on abortion and opther issues. He cites the precedent of Justice Scalia. The problems in actually forcing such a recusal are enormous. But I agree with Babbin that impeachment is also merited because Justice Ginsburg (and two other Justices) have espoused the nonsense doctrine that the Court can take into account foreign law, thereby violating their oath of office to rely solely on the Constitution.

Thomas Lifson  9 26 05