At the Kavanaugh hearing, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) brings the evidence that 73 cases accepted by the Roberts Supreme Court were at the behest of conservative or big business causes, and the conservatives won, 5-4, "every damned time."
By a 60-36 spread, those surveyed said that Supreme Court justices were more likely to be carrying out a personal or political agenda than working to render a fair and impartial judgment.
Two reports reveal the breadth of the Roberts Court's judicial activism and disdain for precedent--directly contradicting how Roberts presented himself in confirmation hearings.
John Roberts presented himself as a judge without ideology. A judge without principles would be more like it, Ronald Dworkin warned.
John Roberts' lie about being an umpire was far more successful than the lies of William Rehnquist and Clarence Thomas in their confirmation hearings.
Lee Fang with a staggering investigative piece for The Nation on how trade associations are buying the election - and not incidentally, answers the lingering question as to why neither presidential candidates is interested in discussing global
Congressional Democrats have just introduced a new package of legislation – the DISCLOSE Act – to blunt the Supreme Court’s disastrous January r
ACLU: The American Civil Liberties Union today filed a federal lawsuit against Jeppesen Dataplan, Inc., a subsidiary of Boeing Company, on behalf of