How much authority should district judges have?
It seems that every time President Trump issues a controversial executive order, someone on the left finds a liberal district judge who stays the order.
And, not to single out liberal judges, conservative judges did the same to some of Obama's executive orders.
So, the question is the following. Should a district judges, who is appointed and not elected, have the authority to over rule a presidential order that affects the entire country? I realize that such stays are usually challenged and go up through the court system, and sometimes even end up at the supreme court, but that process takes months or even years.
Gun control laws make about as much sense as taking ex-lax to cure a cough.