The most liberal of the courts of appeals in the U.S. would almost certainly be the 9th Circuit. Conservatives are often accusing them of inventing rights that the Constitution has nothing to say about and then calling them constitutional rights. For a change, they've issued an opinion that originalists and strict constructionists could be proud of, but some conservatives aren't exactly happy about the decision. I guess some conservatives are more principled than others. So which penumbras of which amendments are supposed to contain the right not to have people pronounce certain words around your kids?
Update: I thought of a term for this: liberal judicial inactivism!