Feminist Daily News 8/19/2011: White House Fights Back on Judicial Nominations

Twenty-one percent of President Obama's nominees are African Americans and nearly 50 percent are women. By contrast, only 7 percent of President George W. Bush's nominees were African American and 23 percent were women, and President Clinton's nominees were 16 percent African American and 29 percent women. President Obama has doubled the number of Asian Americans working as federal judges. Under Obama, the first Latina, Justice Sonia Sotomayor, was sworn ... Full Story »

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by Warrior Wheatman - Aug. 22, 2011

WE the little people DESERVE represential judiciaries of the downtrodden, the marginalised, the unheard. Blocking appointments blocks the envigoration of America, the dream of JUSTICE in our future.

The back-biting politics for politics-sake is sickening. Is the future we aspire to that different, that we'll burn bridges and tear this once great nation apart? Please reflect on the future you'd like and answer this.

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