Gingrich ramps up objections to judicial branch's power
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Gingrich ramps up objections to judicial branch's power

Seattle : WA : USA | Dec 17, 2011 at 12:23 PM PST
Source: The Hill
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The former House Speaker and current Republican presidential front-runner convened a conference call with reporters on Saturday to expand on his call for Congress to subpoena judges or even abolish courts altogether if they make wrong-headed decisions. FULL ARTICLE AT The Hill
 
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