- n. Plural form of ruling.
“Other Democrats harshly criticized the current Supreme Court for what they characterized as rulings based on conservative activism.”
“In my experience in the USDCs for Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Wyoming, where frequently there will only be one or two published rulings from the same district on any given legal issue, prior decisions are generally treated as extremely persuasive.”
“And the fact that the election was blatantly stolen, then upheld by an insane set of rulings, is just salt in the wounds.”
“I dunno. the IRS can confiscate your land, federal courts can pass eminent domain rulings but local and state can do everything else .... so which is "more"?”
“What's more disturbing than judges making erroneous rulings is westerners lacking confidence in their own laws and constitutions.”
“Did any of you actually look at her rulings from the Supreme Court!”
“Second, ACORN is a corporation and, therefore, can not be expected to read (pending further rulings from the Supreme Court).”
“There have been numerous bonehead rulings from the SC in our 200+ year history yet still we stumble on inspite of it all.”
“The rationale of Wickard and subsequent rulings is very often justified on the basis of an interconnected natl. economy, one unforeseen, or so it goes, by the founders.”
“My only quibble would be that, the chief alternative to “constitutional” referring to a prediction of court rulings, is “constitutional” referring to what the Constitution actually says.”
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