Despite repeated warnings to "Say No to Koh", Harold Koh was confirmed. This is a dark day. American sovereignty, R.I.P.  Say no to Koh? With a vote of 62-35, we didn't even say maybe. This is an indication that so few knew what was at stake, and once again the media abdicated its role of public servant, not Obama's slave.

The future of American jurisprudence hung in the very balance. Koh opposes national self-interest. He is dogged and
determined to advance his views. He believes traditional
sovereignty is obsolete. He has written critically of the very notion
American exceptionalism.

Harold Koh Confirmed After Long GOP Delay

Law School Dean Harold Koh was confirmed as the State Department Legal Advisor
in a roll call vote, 62-35.

We needed 51 votes.

Koh was tapped for the job nearly four months
ago, but has faced criticism from some conservatives for an alleged
"transnational" approach to the law. But ranking Senate Foreign
Relations Committee Republican Sen. Richard Lugar (R-IN) threw his support to
, in a statement Thursday: "After reading his answers to dozens of
questions, attending his hearing in its entirety, meeting with him privately,
and reviewing his writings, I believe that Dean Koh is unquestionably qualified
to assume the post for which he is nominated."

1.  Harold Koh's Transnationalism (overview of series)

2.  What "transnationalism" is

3.  Customary international law

a. What customary international law is

b. The transnationalist game on customary international law

4.  Treaties

a.  The scope of the treaty power

b.  The domestic legal status of treaties

c.  CEDAW as a case study

(1) CEDAW and the CEDAW committee

(2) Koh's remarkable testimony about CEDAW

d.  The treaty game

5.  Constitutional law

            a.  Reinventing the Constitution (Part 1):  Koh's positions

            b.  Reinventing the Constitution (Part 2):  The flaws in Koh's positions

            c.   Reinventing the Constitution (Part 3):  What Koh's positions threaten

            d.  The constitutional game

6.  The role of the State Department legal adviser

Additional Posts

1.  Koh's confirmation hearing
     • Review of Koh Confirmation Hearing Transcript–Part 1 
     • Review of Koh Confirmation Hearing Transcript–Part 2
     • Review of Koh Confirmation Hearing Transcript–Part 3
     • Koh's Written Answers to Senator Lugar's Questions
     • Koh's Written Answers to Senator DeMint's Questions

2.  Koh and the Alien Tort Statute

3.  Koh and National Security

UPDATE: Here are the traitors in the Republican party who helped usurp
American sovereignty and who voted for the pro-sharia dhimmi
“transnationalist” and far-left radical Koh:

Mel Martinez, RINO – Florida

Richard Lugar, RINO –

Susan Collins, RINO – Maine

Olympia Snowe, RINO –

George Voinovich, RINO – Ohio

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