Category Archives: J. Judge and courtroom

Kavanaugh and our future

I don’t know what’s going to happen in our fairly immediate future. So I was glad to see three opinion pieces in the Times this morning which cover the full variety of my feelings, thoughts and questions about this future. … Continue reading

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The intentions of the right-wing majority Supreme Court

An excellent and very clear Vox story and recent history by Matt Yglesias: Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation will delegitimize the Supreme Court — and that’s good. The subtitle continues the explication: It’s time America woke up to the radical right that’s … Continue reading

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Did you know how judges can be pressured politically?

Call me naive but I didn’t. Not exactly. Yet just after I posted the thing about the Supreme Court, I picked this up from the Brennan Center, about what happened to a Michigan State Supreme Court judge (appointed by a … Continue reading

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