November 8, 2010, - 2:17 pm

Nauseating: Judge Sides w/ CAIR Against 70% of OK Voters

By Debbie Schlussel


It’s nauseating, but no surprise.  A Clinton Judge with two last names, who spent considerable time in Ghana, sided with HAMAS fundraising arm/terrorism co-conspirator CAIR against the wishes of 70% of the voters of Oklahoma.  That’s what Federal Judge Vicki Miles-LaGrange did today, in  blocking a Constitutional amendment, which Oklahoma voters passed overwhelmingly, last Tuesday.  Barack Obama was considering this woman as a nominee to the Supreme Court, FYI.


Miles-LaGrange took the side of CAIR’s Muneer Awad who claimed the law stigmatized Islam. Um, I think 9/11, Undiebombers, Times Square Bombers, Package Bombers, Fort Hood Shooters, John Allan Muhammad, 1983 Beirut, the hijacking of TWA 847, and many other things might be what actually stigmatized Islam. But, hey, that’s just me . . . and 70% of Oklahoma voters.

As you may know, the Oklahoma ballot proposal amended the state’s constitution, saying it would not recognize international or Islamic law (sharia).  Not only is that legal, but it’s an affirmation of both U.S. sovereignty (and Oklahoma state sovereignty) and the U.S. Constitution’s “establishment clause,” forbidding the recognition and establishment of any particular religion, in this case–Islam.

But who cares about these long-held precepts in American law–these most precious basics on which our country is based–when CAIR and Islam have the attention of a judge who spent a good deal of time in a nation (Ghana) in which Muslims already constitute 15.9% of the population and growing.  What happened to her while she was there?  Judge Miles-LaGrange has Islamic Stockholm Syndrome.

A federal judge on Monday issued an order temporarily blocking certification of the election results for a state question banning the use of Shariah law.

U.S. District Judge Vicki Miles-LaGrange granted the order requested by Muneer Awad, executive director of the Oklahoma chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

Voters on Tuesday passed State Question 755 with slightly more than 70 percent of the vote.

The Oklahoma State Election Board on Tuesday will certify the election results without including State Question 755.

State Question 755 forbids state courts from considering international law or Shariah law when deciding cases. . . .

Awad said the constitutional amendment is a vehicle to stigmatize his faith. It tells citizens to consider his faith as threatening.

Again, why on earth would anyone consider Islam as “threatening”? Any ideas?  (If anything, the word “threatening” is an understatement to the max.  More like, deadly.)

And what do the voters of Oklahoma know? After all, how could these hard-working American citizens possibly know better than a Clinton Judge and her HAMAS-financier buddies.

Hey, isn’t democracy great?  An overwhelming majority of voters  (or legislators) can choose something, and if a liberal judge and extremist Muslims don’t like it, it’s stopped cold.  Look, ma, just like Arizona.

**** UPDATE:  Oklahoma City attorney Craig Sanders writes:

Hey Deb!

Read your post on the federal court temporary restraining order barring enforcement of the new constitutional amendment here in Oklahoma. Couple things you might want to know.

First, a hearing is set for November 22 on the merits of the motion.

Second, (you’ll love this), the outgoing Democrat attorney general didn’t even file a brief in opposition to the motion brought by CAIR. Apparently he was too busy cleaning out his office to respond to what is a clearly frivolous and vexatious motion. And the dems wonder why not a single democrat was elected to statewide office last Tuesday. When I moved here 4 years ago, Democrats controlled the governor’s office and both houses of the Legislature. After last Tuesday’s vote, we now have a Republican woman as governor with 75% republican margins in both the House and Senate. An amazing turnaround. But what we don’t have apparently, is the power to ban the use of Sharia law in our state courts. To hell with the will of the people in this state.

This is really unbelievable.

Craig Sanders
Cooley Law School ’96
Oklahoma City

Also, lots of great comments on this at my Facebook profile and fan pages (I’m over the 5,000 friend limit but please join my FB fan page). Facebook friend Mike Lutke writes:

The Oklahoma Secretary of State should certify the election results anyway and challenge the jurisdiction of the federal judge.

Amen to that.

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51 Responses

It seems like this will get overturned, especially since there is the so-called separation of church and state.

llano on November 8, 2010 at 2:45 pm

What happens now if this law is permanently deemed unconstitutional? Would it not open the door to make it illeagal not to consider or allow a sharia court? What a stupid f***** up b****!!

Charmaine on November 8, 2010 at 2:46 pm


I suppose I could launch my screed as to how the whole concept of “judicial review” was created in whole cloth, and of course is not remotely part of the Constitution.

Or, I could point out that those calling for us to “get back” to the Constitution might be well-served to actually read it. They would soon find out that Article I Section 8 pretty much gives Congress the power to do anything it wants to do. AND–abuse of the Commerce clause started early–around 1828, or so.

But, maybe I’ll just hope and pray that enough citizens get angry enough to make meaningful change. A good start would be eliminating the Dept of Education, which has accomplished almost nothing since being created by Carter. This alone would save $77 billion.

Again, I’ll remind everyone that all of this crap is completely “Constitutional.”

If you hope to eliminate rotten Federal judges, you have to curtail the power of the federal govt.

Red Ryder on November 8, 2010 at 2:48 pm


Ghana is not a primarily Muslim country. So I don’t see much relevance to the judge spending time in this West African democracy. Most Ghanaians are Christian. She would come under more Islamic influence if she spent time in England or France.

Fleiter on November 8, 2010 at 2:55 pm

It’s too bad the voters in Oklahoma can’t do to this Federal judge as voters in Iowa did last week – vote out three State judges for judicial activism.

I have to wonder about the legal basis for her NRO. If the ballot initiative was legal and the results are untainted, on what basis can she withhold certification? Maybe because once it’s in the State Constitution she’d have to follow it. Hopefully her ruling will be overturned.

Raymond in DC on November 8, 2010 at 3:02 pm

    I wish they wouldn’t just stop here. They should make it illegal to sell Kosher food, for separate Jewish courts to exist (since many of these shelter pedophiles and abusers). And everyone should be required to get married by the state.

    idk on November 10, 2010 at 8:23 pm

Like I said in the last thread, Islam wants to impose its religious code on the rest of us.

More than that, it wants special treatment. Which a federal judge agreed to accord to it.

Let’s hope the incoming OK government will aggressively defend the will of the state’s voters. I’m on the side of the 70% who think Sharia has no place in their state’s laws.

Regardless of what a federal judge thinks.

NormanF on November 8, 2010 at 3:02 pm

Nauseating doesn’t even start. It seems to me that the voters were simply furthering rulings previously rendered by the courts. I seem to recall a couple rulings in which the judges/justices decided that the 10 Commandments could not be displayed in a courtroom because it may cause the court to consider Judeo-Christian Law. There has also been a ruling (although it had to go to appellate court) to the effect that Sharia law cannot be used as a defense for rape. A law that reinforces the “separation clause” (whether applied to Buddhism, Christianity, or the Church of Body Modification) is inherently constitutional.
This decision is another example of a judge that is confused about her job. If she does not want laws on the books that comply with prior court decisions, she should run for political office.

peter on November 8, 2010 at 3:04 pm

I thought the Constitution was the law of the land.

Hopewell on November 8, 2010 at 3:11 pm

OMG! Is this what we are coming to?

The Constitution of the US was crafted specifically to prevent the intervention, usurpation of, and the undermining of the agendas of any foreign power, faction, or group (religious or secular).

Any judge who is so inanely ignorant of the plain language of the US Constitution as this brainless Fed Bencher, needs to be removed, and pronto! If I am not mistaken, there are real provisions for the removal of such persons who would pervert by seditious means and/or language, the founding document of the US.

Besides her gross ignorance of the Constitution, her ignorance of the non-interference of the Federal Government of a State’s rights concerning their own Constitution is a clear violation of the tenants of the US Constitution.

I, personally, would not be averse to her being sent back to Ghana so she can get on with her favorite past-time–kissin’ Islamic booties. I am sure there are plenty of them there to keep her busy for a long time to come.

The US Constitution guarantees that my courts rule according to the laws duly enacted right here in the USA. There is no need for any precedent to be included from anywhere else outside of our borders.

Jim King on November 8, 2010 at 3:43 pm

I guess it is OK with the judge if things like FGM and husbands raping their wives are done in the name of Islam. The constitutional amendment was proposed because of this:

Advocates of Anti-Shariah Measures Alarmed by Judge’s Ruling

A New Jersey family court judge’s decision not to grant a restraining order to a woman who was sexually abused by her Moroccan husband and forced repeatedly to have sex with him is sounding the alarm for advocates of laws designed to ban Shariah in America.

Judge Joseph Charles, in denying the restraining order to the woman after her divorce, ruled that her ex-husband felt he had behaved according to his Muslim beliefs — and that he did not have “criminal desire to or intent to sexually assault” his wife.

I_AM_ME on November 8, 2010 at 3:48 pm

I_AM, that is exactly the problem in pandering to Islam.

The rest of us lose the equal protection of the laws. This is how the slippery slope to serfdom begins…

NormanF on November 8, 2010 at 3:53 pm

“Second, (you’ll love this), the outgoing Democrat attorney general didn’t even file a brief in opposition to the motion brought by CAIR.”

This sounds very familiar to our Democrat AG in Arizona who stated that he opposed SB1070. Since we could not count on our AG to properly defend us against this assault, our governor hired private attorneys to defend our state from the Obama administration, who has taken us (AZ) to court over this. Does anyone really believe that a Democrat AG really has their state’s best interest at heart (let alone this country’s Constitution)? Puh-leez!!! Luckily, AZ’s AG ran for governor and was trounced. Soon, we will be able to see him at a highway off-ramp holding a cardboard sign stating “Will ‘work’ for food”.

Pats on November 8, 2010 at 3:55 pm

Is this then a question of jurisdiction? That Islamic Law and Sharia Law and International Law will be a part of proceedings in Oaklahoma State court proceedings? Let us then permit the Code of Merta that the Mafia has as Law as well as the Laws of the Streets or the Laws of Science and the Universe. We have a civil and criminal justice system in America. We have laws and statutes on the books. America does not have religious canonical laws in those systems. We do not decide cases based on the religion of the individual(s) or the laws of that individual(s). What kind of proceeding would require Islamic or Sharia Law to make a determination? Discrimination? Is that what this judge just did? Decide a case of alleged discrimination? Can a judge overturn a vote by The People? Can a judge thwart the process of certifying results in a legal vote? What due process is that?

Joe Piervincenti on November 8, 2010 at 4:10 pm

Terrific article Debbie, let me ask you and everybody else on this board a question, what if their was a ballot put up in let us say New York, and that ballot was for “christian theocratic law” for the citizens of that state, and the people voted against it (I to will vote against a ballot like that). About a few days later, christian groups and right wing groups sue the state of New York by claiming that the people are discriminating against christians, etc.! And a judge takes the side of the christian group and the right wing group and nullify the citizens vote, I know that everybody from both the right and the left will be extremely critical towards the judge and the groups that did that BS and will be calling for all of their heads for nullifying millions of citizens vote.

As for this friggin judge, she should be impeached from the courts in Oklahoma right away, because what she did was completely un-american by taking the side of CAIR. And far as I’m concerned, CAIR should be investigated under RICO for what their doing to this country, and I hope the new Republican congress do some type of investigation against CAIR on what their doing and where their money is coming from! And this judge who was nominated by Bill Clinton is doing alot of bidding for the radical far left wing and for George Soros as well.

“A nation is identified by it’s borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on November 8, 2010 at 5:02 pm

Kind of like illegal immigration isn’t it? Illegal aliens break the law by being here (plus whatever other laws they may break) and are defended by the courts. Muslims break the law with Sharia and are routinely protected by the courts.

Little Al on November 8, 2010 at 5:05 pm

And there is clearly a body of case law building up expanding the scope of victim rights so the rest of us don’t have a chance.

Little Al on November 8, 2010 at 5:07 pm

‘”Can a judge thwart the process of certifying results in a legal vote? What due process is that?”

Why vote and get such a majority just to have a judge dismiss
it? And if there was a question about the validness of the
proposed clause, how did it even make a ballot?

This is crap and as Craig Sanders,esq. above insinuated…just
CAIR and ilk trying to shake up the government of this country.

cthelight on November 8, 2010 at 5:12 pm

Stigmatize? When did that become a legal concept? Does this moron mean invidious discrimination? But this law prevents invidious discrimination in favor of Islam. And by negation the law, Islam is granted a special privilege. I wonder what her ruling would be if the amendment prevented the Torah from having legal application?

pat on November 8, 2010 at 5:36 pm

If the OK legislators are true to ” forbidding the recognition and establishment of any particular religion” then they should include all other religions in the same piece of legislation. So “no Jewish Law” and “No Christian Law”, ‘no Hindu law” and so on and so forth. If that were to happen then we would know for sure they are trying to stay true to the US constitution.

bbc on November 8, 2010 at 6:13 pm

Sad to read some of these comments and the fruits of multi-culturism. We really have idiots who think that Judea/Christian laws are in the same barbaric catagory as Sharia? Is the country that far gone, that there are people who are without understanding to what happens in Muslim countries to the accused? We really think that cutting off people’s hands is the same as basing our laws on the Ten commandments? Throw a burqua on this stupid judge and ship her to Saudi Arabia or Yemen for her female genital mutilation.

Bill on November 8, 2010 at 6:46 pm

Another dangerous and clueless ‘prooogressssive’ lieberal, emboldened by the Obamunists and aided by a complaint media she scoff’s at the Constitution and gives the finger to voters. Ask her what CAIR is and she will mumble about minority rights and racism.

dailyrasp on November 8, 2010 at 8:04 pm

Hey let’s use sharia law on her. As a black woman she should be home taking care of the house, fully covered and have no opinion about anything. Why do these people think that when they help destroy America that they will be exempt from what takes over? Like celebrities who love islam and socialism so much, move. Let’s see how that works out for ya. The people pushing for these changes will be the first to go after the change as they will no longer be needed.

ender on November 8, 2010 at 9:23 pm

Another excellent post, Debbie.

What this idiot judge had basically ruled is that a Constitutional amendment is unconstitutional. If this ruling should stand (G-d forbid), then what will stop a future idiot judge from someday ruling that the entire U.S Constitution is unconstitutional?

JeffE on November 8, 2010 at 9:41 pm

Please explain something to me.

Why can’t another judge of equal or greater stature get up and overturn this deranged judges ruling? What makes her the supreme authority?

Facts Life on November 8, 2010 at 10:33 pm

Calm down. Don’t get your shorts in knots, folks. The judge merely issued a temporary injunction to maintain the status quo for a few days until she can hear and consider the parties’ arguments on the merits.

Had Craig Sanders not been so intent on pandering to the ignorant, he might have splained that already.

Doug Indeap on November 8, 2010 at 10:59 pm

    You do seem to be deep in something. Why would a judge even consider such a case? Sharia(Islamic) Law is theological to its core. Would Roman Catholics have the right to impose their Canon Law on the general non-affiliated population? No, that would not even make it through the courthouse door. So, there is no ignorance here my little Islamist fiend, but rational concern. Your mental prowess would be better spent on your wudu and cleaning up the stains on your prayer rug.

    Worry01 on November 8, 2010 at 11:16 pm

I don’t disagree with the intent of the state amendment but I don’t think you can make a law which targets one religion. I’m sure if they had used generic language, the amendment would have passed the court test.

Norman Blitzer on November 8, 2010 at 11:11 pm

Looks to me like this Judge and 30% of Oklahoma’s voters need a one way ticket to their favourite muslim country. They want sharia law, they can keep it all to themselves. That crap has no place in this country.

theShadow on November 8, 2010 at 11:46 pm

Great article. I wish there was a way of banning CAIR, the Muslim Brotherhood, Islam, and LaRaza from our shores. That figures that the judge was a Clinton appointee. Oklahoma should certify the results any and resist this judge.

Patrick on November 9, 2010 at 8:44 am

A Federal Judge has no jurisdiction when a case is between a State and an individual. If it was a Federal law, then perhaps there would be a case for a federal judge. Besides, why would Sharia law be considered in a case in this Country? Sharia Law is from the Muslim Religion. It was not passed by the United States Congress, or the Legislature of the Soverign State of Oklahoma. I’m sure some shyster could twist facts enough to get Sharia Law into our legal system. I support the rights of the Soverign States over all. “Deo Vindice”

texag57 on November 9, 2010 at 9:51 am

Further proof of the saying that was birthed in the months following the 9/11 attack:

“If we ___________________,then the terrorists have won.”

Phineas on November 9, 2010 at 10:15 am

The world ends not with a bang, but a whimper.” – Neil Shute

Tanstaafl on November 9, 2010 at 10:16 am

And BTW, far as I’m concerend, CAIR is violating the 10th amendment, the 10th amendment clearly says, “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the states respectively or to the people.” I know that the ignorant muslims in Oklahoma didn’t read that or studied it in school, and as I’ve said yesterday, CAIR should be investigated under RICO law by the new Republican congress, and this stooge judge is clearly ignorant of US laws, if she was intelligent of US laws, then she wouldn’t take the side of CAIR!

“A nation is identified by it’s borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on November 9, 2010 at 11:11 am

Ghana is 15% Muslim? Rats …

G: 15.9% and growing. DS

Gerald on November 9, 2010 at 12:24 pm

“15.9% and growing.” ? I know the 15.9% figure comes from Wikipedia but where did you see that islam is growing in Ghana?

Also, that judge was in Accra, and most ghanaian muslims actually live in the north of the country: I’ve been to Accra and you’re more likely to see muslim people here in London than in Accra.

By the way, why the need to mention that she has two family names?

JW: I don’t use or trust Wikipedia for anything. Try again. DS

Jay White on November 9, 2010 at 2:18 pm

The good thing about this case is that it is bringing to light the fact that religion is only one small slice of the Islamic pie. Of course they want their Sharia law enforced all over the world because they want to take over the world in the next 50 years. And America will protect them and allow them to do it.

Angie on November 9, 2010 at 3:39 pm

“I don’t use or trust Wikipedia for anything. Try again. DS”

So how about you give us your sources then? interestingly, Wikipedia has the same figures as you.

JW: I used the CIA World Factbook. DS

Jay White on November 9, 2010 at 3:42 pm

Also, the ban is not singling out muslims. It clearly states all international laws.

Angie on November 9, 2010 at 3:43 pm

    That was my reaction. You have to single out Sharia since Islam is borderless (primarily because of its imperialist nature.)

    melati on November 11, 2010 at 7:01 am

      I see. I bet CAIR has argued that the law is a Bill of Attainder. Well there is no right for any group to opt out of American jurisprudence. Neither Warren Jeffs nor Ibrahim Cooper is allowed to marry multiple women because his religion says he may. Next!

      melati on November 11, 2010 at 8:24 am

I think this will only be the beginning. Ultimately this should prevail whether with ballot measure or a modified version. This sends a great message to activist judges that they will not be able to cherry pick Sharia law to fit their politically correct agenda. Furthermore, other states will enact their version of this Oklahoma ballot measure in various states.
Hey Debbie this would be a great time for you or your allies in Michigan to file a similar version in Michigan which has the most Muslims in the nation. I wonder if the GOP top brass in Michigan would support such a measure?

CaliforniaScreaming on November 9, 2010 at 4:01 pm

Thanks for the link, Debbie. I checked it and I still don’t know where you found that the percentage of the muslim population in Ghana was “growing”.

Jay White on November 9, 2010 at 4:28 pm

Why should some clinton bimbo be dictating from the bench to the citizens of Oklahoma? Where does she think she is…Californication? The “ruling class” are frightened to death there’s gonna be a full blown rebellion and they will all swing from lamp posts. What better place to start than OK?? The citizens of Oklahoma should drag all their sharia judges from their respective benches and hang them. It’s really time for a major “housecleaning” of the federal and state judiciaries NATIONWIDE. They have for far too long been abusing their authority and getting away with it.

joesixpack31 on November 9, 2010 at 7:48 pm

Didn’t want to “like” you so had to comment here. You are so misleading on your Facebook page!!! Palin did NOT call advocates of stay-at-home moms Neanderthals!!! She called the CRITICS of working mothers Neanderthals. HUGE difference and you know it!!! You’re just another reason why liberals disgust me!

RAM on November 10, 2010 at 10:16 am

Quote: “Again, why on earth would anyone consider Islam as “threatening”? Any ideas? (If anything, the word “threatening” is an understatement to the max. More like, deadly.)”

If you are going to extrapolate that a small percentage of fringe radicals constitute a threatening (or deadly) religion, then Christianity is a horror to be fought and eradicated immediately! And I’m not talking about the Crusades. In addition to the Waco, Ruby Ridge, The Covenant, The Sword & Arm of the Lord, the following are only a few examples:

->The Oklahoma City bombing on the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995 claimed 168 lives, including 19 children under the age of 6, and injured more than 680 people. The blast destroyed or damaged 324 buildings within a sixteen-block radius, destroyed or burned 86 cars, and shattered glass in 258 nearby buildings. The bomb was estimated to have caused at least $652 million worth of damage.

->During the twentieth century, members of extremist groups such as the Army of God began executing attacks against abortion clinics and doctors across the United States. Since 1977 in the United States and Canada, there have been 17 attempted murders, 383 death threats, 153 incidents of assault or battery, and 3 kidnappings committed against abortion providers. In addition property crimes committed against abortion providers have included 41 bombings, 173 arsons, 91 attempted bombings or arsons, 619 bomb threats, 1630 incidents of trespassing, 1264 incidents of vandalism, and 100 attacks with butyric acid.

->December 25, 1984: An abortion clinic and two physicians’ offices in Pensacola, Florida were bombed in the early morning of Christmas Day by a quartet of young people who later called the bombings “a gift to Jesus on his birthday.”
Hutaree was a Christian militia group based in Adrian, Michigan. In 2010, after an FBI agent infiltrated the group, nine of its members were indicted by a federal grand jury in Detroit on charges of seditious conspiracy to use of improvised explosive devices, teaching the use of explosive materials, and possessing a firearm during a crime of violence
A number of terrorist attacks, were accused of being carried out by individuals and groups with ties to the Christian Identity and Christian Patriot movements, including the Lambs of Christ.

->A group called Concerned Christians was deported from Israel on suspicion of planning to attack holy sites in Jerusalem at the end of 1999, believing that their deaths would “lead them to heaven.”

->The National Liberation Front of Tripura, a rebel group operating in Tripura, North-East India classified by the National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism as one of the ten most active terrorist groups in the world, has been accused of forcefully converting people to Christianity. The state government reports that the Baptist Church of Tripura supplies arms and gives financial support to the NLFT. The Church is also reported to encourage the NLFT to murder Hindus, particularly infants. NLFT has also declared a ban against Hindus celebrating Durga Puja and other Hindu festivals.
In Assam, India, an extremest group named Manmasi National Christian Army (MNCA) with around 15 members from the Hmar ethnic group, have placed bloodstained crosses in Hindu temples and forced Hindus to convert at gunpoint.

->A number of Russian political and paramilitary groups combine racism, nationalism, and Russian Orthodox beliefs. Russian National Unity, a far right ultra-nationalist political party and paramilitary organization, advocates an increased role for the Russian Orthodox Church according to its manifesto. It has been accused of murders, and several terrorist attacks including the bombing of the US Consulate in Ekaterinburg.

->The Lord’s Resistance Army, a cult guerrilla army engaged in an armed rebellion against the Ugandan government, has been accused of using child soldiers and committing numerous crimes against humanity; including massacres, abductions, mutilation, torture, rape, porters and sex slaves. It is led by Joseph Kony, who proclaims himself the spokesperson of God and a spirit medium, primarily of the Christian Holy Spirit which the Acholi believe can represent itself in many manifestations. LRA fighters wear rosary beads and recite passages from the Bible before battle.

So this action may be “nauseating” to you, but after reading your article, I think you need to go look up a few passages of scripture. May I suggest Matthew 7:1, John 8:7, and Romans 2:1?

Preacher's Kid on November 10, 2010 at 12:53 pm

I’m not sure why Craig Sanders is surprised that this was blocked. Why would judges to limit their own perogatives by approving a measure that would block them from considering foreign law? This is a conflict of interest plain and simple.

As for CAIR’s argument that the law “stigmatizes” their “faith” what part of the constitution are they basing this argment on? I am morbidly curious to see the complaint.

melati on November 11, 2010 at 6:48 am

This is a judge? She looks like a bimbo. Oh…I forgot, she’s a clinton appointee.

joesixpack31 on November 26, 2010 at 12:44 am

Any update on this? Has the contemptible Miles-Lagrange injunction decision been nullified, voided, expunged?

Has Miles-Lagrange retired yet?
Call her office today and request she consider retiring from the bench.
Address for this Judge gone Rogue

U.S. Courthouse
200 N.W. Fourth St. Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Rm 3301 (Third Floor), Courtroom 301 (Third Floor)
Chambers Telephone: 405-609-5400
Chamber Staff
Administrative Assistant Willa 405-609-5400
Courtroom Deputy / Case Manager Kathy 405-609-5402
Law Clerk Lori
Law Clerk Clemon
Law Clerk Linda
Court Reporter Lynn 405-609-5403

JC on March 9, 2011 at 10:56 am

You know Debbie, I think the people of the USA should insist on having the right to block the appointment of any Judge selected by the administration and the right to annul his appointment. The way it is now, some one follows his whim and considers his thinking the deciding factor in selecting a judge. This is wrong. The people should be th authority on that otherwise we will have our country handed to our enemies on a platter and call this democracy. What a fallacy?

G. R. SCHAROUBIM on April 7, 2011 at 10:26 am

Preachers Kid,

The Oklahoma City incident was perpetrated by Iraqi intelligence service. Read Debbie.s report on this matter yesterday. The other incidents that you mentioned are fringe groups that were dealt with in a legal and sometimes Illegal manner.

I am very suspicious that you are not a preacher’s kid. I am very suspicious that you are a Moslem hiding behing a false identity to stab Christians in the back.

G. R. SCHAROUBIM on April 7, 2011 at 10:34 am

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