Activist judge subverts the will of Arizona citizens

Federal District Judge Roslyn Moore Silver has blocked the town of Cave Creek from enforcing an ordinance aimed at preventing day laborers from congregating on the town streets to solicit work.

Silver, a Clinton appointee, found that the ordinance restricts the free speech rights of the mostly illegal laborers to find work.

Wonder how she felt about restricting the rights of the citizens of Cave Creek?

The American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Arizona and the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) filed the lawsuit against the town of Cave Creek and the town’s mayor and deputy mayor on behalf of Hector Lopez, Leopoldo Ibarra and Ismael Ibarra

Cave Creek Town Council passed an anti-solicitation ordinance last September that prohibited seeking employment from the occupants of vehicles by those gathering in the streets or on the sidewalks.


4 Responses to Activist judge subverts the will of Arizona citizens

  1. MacBeth says:

    I imagine Judge Silver doesn’t live in an area impacted by the daily barrage of illegals hawking their availibility for work. She might have a more realistic vantage point if she was the target of this behavior every time she stopped at a traffic light or pulled into a shopping center.

  2. Vince says:

    No wonder people want to retain election of county superior court judges in Arizona‘s 13 less populated counties. As high minded as it might sound to say judges should be above influence and should be solely guided by the law, we all know what a crock that actually is. For too long we have all witnessed judges on various levels of the judiciary, craft the law to meet their own political agendas. Judges are feeling more free to legislate from the bench. The people want accountability. That doesn’t mean rule this way or that or we’ll oust you. However, it does mean we want the constitution to buttress their decisions. That is becoming a rarity.

  3. SherriAZ says:

    Here’s hoping that a conservative group comes to the rescue and assists the town with an ordinance that is iron-clad and “liberal-proof”. Meanwhile, I would suggest the citizens stake out territory of their own near the “day laborers” and get pictures of every car and truck that drives up to offer work. Those pictures can then be added to the internet to point out traitorous Americans who are aiding in the invasion of this country.

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