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John Roberts’ delusion about his Supreme Court

I am wiggling around today, on pins and needles. Today was the oral argument in Gill v Whitford, the huge Wisconsin gerrymandering case before the Supreme Court. A number of people have written that SCOTUS’s decision might be the biggest … Continue reading

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SCOTUS and political gerrymandering

Source: Can the Supreme Court Fix American Politics? – The New York Times I know, I know, I’ve been sort of obsessed with this Wisconsin case for quite a while. Excited, scared, thinking, hoping that Kennedy stayed on the court … Continue reading

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Keeping up with The Gorsuch

Just picked this up from a woman reporter from, I think, Colorado, reporting on Twitter. Are we horrified? Yes? Good. Jessica Mason Pieklo‏Verified account @Hegemommy Neil Gorsuch is campaigning for Mitch McConnell which is totally appropriate for a member of SCOTUS … Continue reading

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