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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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What’s doing in the democracy wars?

I’ve been kind to you all. I’ve not given you the scoops I’ve picked up from DailyKos Elections on this ongoing fight we seem to be in about whether we voters choose our governments or our governments smack us down. … Continue reading

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The worst Supreme Court decisions in history. Part II

UPDATED as of Wednesday, June 27, 2018. In just a couple of days, John Roberts’ court just added a bunch of lousy Supreme Court decisions to the previous list. I don’t know about you, but once again I’m sort of … Continue reading

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