Injudicious talk | Arkansas Blog

Monday, April 7, 2008

Injudicious talk

Posted By on Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 3:22 AM

The Times told you earlier about the hot court of appeals race in NW Ark. featuring a right-wing judicial candidate endorsed by wacky Jim Holt, who enjoys a paid position in the would-be judge's campaign. The candidate is related by marriage to the Hutchinson clan, too.

Don't know if the LR edition of the D-G carried this long look at the race by Laura Kellams, but you can copy and paste the link if you haven't seen it.

When a candidate says he has a conservative judicial philosophy, it means he'll only legislate from the bench when it suits his conservative philosopy.

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