Tag Archives: SCOTUS

Sitting around, pondering the Supreme Court

That’s what I’m doing now. I’ve moved beyond anger at what’s going to happen if Kavanaugh or another rock-hard conservative is shoved onto the court by a president who will at some point — possibly quite soon — be indicted, … Continue reading

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The legitimacy of the Supreme Court

On the erudite and thorough SCOTUSBlog, I just picked up this, about the Kavanaugh nomination, from Justice Elena Kagan who was giving a speech at UCLA. My bolding: At UCLA Law, Kagan declined to comment on the confirmation process (“I … Continue reading

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So what’s doing in the Citizens United Supreme Court?

This. As reported by many newspapers and here by SCOTUSBlog, which I follow. It’s a terse, apolitical layout of what happened. (If I remember correctly, Citizens United — indeed, Scalia said as much — does not state anything about dark … Continue reading

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