Friday, January 06, 2006

INTERNET VIDEO: Activist Judges Make "End Run" for More Power

January 9, 2006 -- According to Edwin Meese, III Attorney General (1985-1989) activist judges in the U.S. Courts have been expanding their roles by taking over state and local functions, operating state prisons, school boards and mental institutions. A free five minute preview of part one of a two- part interview is now available at
on demand, 24/7 as a public service.

On the Full Disclosure Network™ cable and Internet television program, Edwin Meese, III who served as the U. S. Attorney General in the Reagan Administration, told Emmy Award winning host Leslie Dutton that the Courts are not suited or qualified to supervise (prisons, school boards, and mental institutions) it causes confusion as to who is responsible for those functions.

  • Other topics discussed are:
  • U. S. Attorney’s role in the War on Terrorism.
  • Illegal immigration and the U. S. Attorney's discretionary powers.
  • Large conglomerate law firms and their role in controlling government policy and business.

Known as "the news behind the news" the Full Disclosure Network™ (FDN) has produced and distributed public affairs cable television programming to 40 cable systems since 1992. In 2002 the FDN Special Series entitled “ L.A.’s War Against Terrorism” received an local Emmy Award for Public Affairs and Informational programming from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

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