Tag Archives: the Supreme Court

Three fine, rational post mortems on Scalia…

And a not-so-rational one: mine. On the night of Sunday, February 13, I turned the TV on to watch the early news and the first thing I saw was a full screen photo of the nine Supremes, and a newsperson’s … Continue reading

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Amazon workers go to Supreme Court tomorrow

From Publisher’s Lunch: In other Amazon news, on Wednesday the Supreme Court will hear a lawsuit by company workers over back pay they say they are owed for standing in security lines for up to 25 minutes after clocking out … Continue reading

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Scary to the ninth power: our current Supreme Court

From that header above, you probably think I’m just getting hysterical, right? No. Last week, Adam Liptak published a brilliant article in the NYT (he covers the Supreme Court for them) analyzing the 5-4 divide in the current court. His … Continue reading

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