Many Conservatives are upset with John Roberts of SCOTUS and Brian Hagedorn of the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
The reason? They are both Government Men. Judges who (generally) rule for Government positions, or to defend Government from............you know.......deplorables.
...Roberts ostensibly claims to be protecting the court’s reputation and limiting its impact. In reality, he’s just a spineless weasel who doesn’t want to be held accountable for what a correct ruling might mean. The court does not exist to have its reputation protected. It exists to uphold the Constitution, something Roberts should probably become more acquainted with.
In another show of authoritarian cowardice, Roberts voted with Justices Kagan, Breyer, and Sotomayer by dissenting in a 5-4 ruling that struck down California’s ban on in-house prayer. Yes, a state had actually banned people gathering to pray....
And here's Hagedorn's Certified Government-Man entry:
Dan O'Donnell (no I'm not a fan) comes up with good stuff on occasion.
Here he makes a fool of Hagedorn--who deserves all the scorn he earned.
Supreme court: jurisdiction. Section 3. [As amended April 1977](1) The supreme court shall have superintending and administrative authority over all courts.
(2) The supreme court has appellate jurisdiction over all courts and may hear original actions and proceedings. The supreme court may issue all writs necessary in aid of its jurisdiction.
(3) The supreme court may review judgments and orders of the court of appeals, may remove cases from the court of appeals and may accept cases on certification by the court of appeals. [1975 J.R. 13, 1977 J.R. 7, vote April 1977]
Well, we're stuck with them.