A Federalist On Hazelton
Source: The Federalist Blog
U.S. District Judge James Munley, ruled Tuesday that landlords, tenants and businesses that cater to Hispanics face the prospect of “irreparable harm” from a Hazleton anti-illegal alien ordnance, issued a temporary restraining order blocking their enforcement. “We find it in the public interest to protect residents access to homes, education, jobs and businesses,” he wrote in a 13-page opinion.Or as MJ sez "If you build your business on the sand?"
Our federal judiciary has so badly deteriorated over the last 50 years that not only does it find no limitations to its jurisdiction anymore; it doesn’t even feel the need for federal laws to be in pursuance of the US Constitution itself as demanded by Article VI. All a federal court needs to do nowadays it seems is to establish some “public interest,” and bingo, it can declare laws in pursuance to the only absolute power recognized (the people) to be void and unenforceable.
H/T Beyond Borders Blog
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