Tag Archives: Supreme Court of the United States

If we are a nation of law, what do we do about a bad law?

I’m working on an article about a greatly heroic man whose act in saving thousands of desperate refugees and immigrants centered on defiance of one of his country’s laws. Actually not a law, but an executive order. I think of … Continue reading

Posted in Law, suits and order, My Resistance, Politics, The Facts of Life, What do we do now? | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Gorsuch watch: colloquy interruptus

Source, Adam Liptak: Why Gorsuch May Not Be So Genteel on the Bench – The New York Times Gorsuch had his first day on the SCOTUS bench and was very active, according to SCOTUS watchers. That is, he asked a … Continue reading

Posted in J. Judge and courtroom, Strictly for bitter laughter, The Facts of Life | Tagged , , | Comments Off on The Gorsuch watch: colloquy interruptus

“9 terrible things Neil Gorsuch could do in his first full term on the Supreme Court”

Source, Ian Millhiser at ThinkProgress: 9 terrible things Neil Gorsuch could do in his first full term on the Supreme Court I’m still depressed over Gorsuch. In the middle of last night, I began thinking about unions, especially teachers’ unions, … Continue reading

Posted in J. Judge and courtroom, The Facts of Life | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off on “9 terrible things Neil Gorsuch could do in his first full term on the Supreme Court”