For those who still hope that President Bush will get one more crack at appointing a Supreme Court justice, John Fund’s column in Saturday’s Wall Street Journal is a must read, for two reasons. First, it shows just how important judges are at all levels of government. In this case, Fund concentrates on the Wisconsin Supreme Court, in a highly interesting analysis. The second reason is that a central character of Fund’s piece is federal Court of Appeals Judge Diane Sykes, formerly of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Sykes figures prominently on the short list of those whom Bush might appoint if given the chance. She would be an excellent choice.
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