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The Supreme Court decisions — a slightly different point of view

Two decisions this week are being applauded, especially noting that Gorsuch wrote the LBGTQ decision and Roberts the DACA one. Surprise! Joy! Rapture! I read some of each decision and here’s what I think: neither Roberts nor Gorsuch is turning … Continue reading

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Paths Crossed: Hon. Kevin Duffy

Kevin Duffy died this past week, a victim of the Coronavirus. I met him once, although I don’t think “met” is the correct word, since we weren’t introduced. I do think I identified myself at some point, the point where … Continue reading

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I’m thinking about judges

For some very good reasons. Which I’ll go into not right now. But Kevin Underhill’s LoweringTheBar gives me a nudge. And a laugh — which I’m sharing with you: It’s Judge Edison, Not Judge Ellison Mar 13, 2020 03:16 pm … Continue reading

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