California is notorious for recalling then Governor Gray Davis in 2003. In the latest commentary offered from the Public Discourse, Carson Holloway suggests pursuing similar action: Judicial Impeachment, and likewise, presents a compelling case in its favor. This is a technical piece, but an avenue I’ve not heard discussed. It’s worth a read.

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Posted by Andrew Walker

Andrew T. Walker is an Associate Professor of Christian Ethics at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

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  1. Matt -Holloway’s piece was quite an interesting read. I am intrigued by the idea of advancing articles of impeachment against some of these activist judges. Unfortunately, I do not even think that the current political class, on either side of the aisle, has the intestinal fortitude to even raise the idea. That is what is at the heart of the tea party movement. Voters are tired of the recklessness of all branches of the govenment and their obvious sheepishness when it comes to actually saying no to an every encroaching and arrogant legislative and judicial branch.

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  2. I too was wrong about the tea party movement until I joined a great site that made me understand it better. I met many of people on the site and must admit I was impressed with the way they think. I assumed they were all insane people then I found out why they are the tea party movement. It is because they worry about the United States and the constitution.

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