Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy never mentioned the names of House Majority Leader Tom DeLay or other conservative leaders who are out for his head. But the justice's speech Friday at the 11th Circuit Judicial Conference in Florida could be interpreted as a low-key repudiation of their verbal attacks. Among other topics, Kennedy discussed the relationship between international law and U.S. law -- a flash point between conservatives and an emerging Court majority willing to look abroad for guidance.
Justice Kennedy Wades Into International Waters Again
Daily Business Review
May 17, 2005
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