The renomination of Charles Pickering

The renomination of Charles Pickering to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has led to renewed attacks on the judge for his rulings in a 1994 cross-burning case in Mississippi. Here, Byron York of National Review examines the facts of that case and concludes that Pickering’s rulings were reasonable ones in a difficult case. If the facts are as York states them, I agree.

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