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Judge Law and Legal Definition. A judge is a government official with authority to decide lawsuits brought before courts. The judge in a case decides questions of law, as well as questions of fact in a non-jury trial. … Judges are subject to certain ethical standards and have a duty to be impartial.
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The above definition is what we should ask of any person selected to serve on any court from local to federal. This has not been the case especially in this administration (as shown in the Kavanagh debacle). Our Judiciary is supposed to be impartial and not influenced by religion, race, gender or political affiliations. This has not been the case in many of the current administration’s selections for judgeships in lower Federal courts. The selections tens toward conservative right to ultra conservative right- this aided by Bitch McConnell’s control over the Senate with lap dog Lindsey yapping at the heels of Democrats. To be clear none- NONE of our Congressional members are without fault in this as each party has done their dirt when in power while ignoring the idea of  impartiality in Judges. If we as voters do not step up on who becomes judges we will end up with more poor court results and possibly laws that will harm us all. Currently the “conservatives” are attacking Planned parenthood with the results reducing Healthcare for women. This attack is pinpointing Abortion which is not the main business of Planned Parenthood. It is true that they (PP) do counsel regarding abortion but as a service to their clients. As an aside: why would Conservatives be so against abortion using religion as the reason when there are many unwanted children who are in need but these organizations are not supplying that need. To be against anything with no facts other than religious zeal is why we have such an assortment of religions that appear to say the same thing but are interpreted according to the hierarchy of the sect. There is (or should be) a separation of church and state, that line appears to be blurred for political reasons.

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