26
Mar
08

Supreme Court Sides with U.S. Constitution, Rejects Interference from So-Called International Court of Justice.

They can get some things right in the Supreme Court, who knew?

 In a major victory for American legal sovereignty, the Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that American states are not bound by the meddlesome and politicized rulings of the International Court of Justice. The decision also slapped the hands of the Bush Administration, which wanted to sidestep the legislative process and unilaterally order states to comply with treaty obligations.

The Wall Street Journal explains here.

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