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Fourth Circuit Nominee Pamela Harris Defends Statements on the Law


Federal circuit judge nominee Pamela Harris spent much of her confirmation hearing Tuesday on Capitol Hill explaining away past public statements, including legal analysis and political comments that raised opposition from Republican senators.

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  • William C. Ferry, Esq.

    There‘s a difference between being of liberal persuasion, especially in the classical sense, meaning away from the rule of thugs, the rule of man, etc and toward liberty and the rule of law; and being an anti-system liberal who, in the name of her own personal preferences, would trash the greatest system of law and self-government yet devised on this planet.

    It appears this nominee is of the latter persuasion ... and should be trounced out of the Courthouse summarily ...

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