Court And Conservatives Conservatives are outraged at a California judge's decision to prevent the enactment of California's anti-affirnative action referndum. They say the will of the people shouldn't be overruled by the courts. Commentator Jacob Weisberg points out inconsistencies in their argument and explains that the conservative dislike for judicial activism was born in the political climate of the 1980s and needs rethinking.
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Conservatives are outraged at a California judge's decision to prevent the enactment of California's anti-affirnative action referndum. They say the will of the people shouldn't be overruled by the courts. Commentator Jacob Weisberg points out inconsistencies in their argument and explains that the conservative dislike for judicial activism was born in the political climate of the 1980s and needs rethinking.