Booker seems to have concerns about allowing a president under investigation, who values loyalty over law, the chance to nominate someone to the Supreme Court.
Stephen Colbert doesn't let Mitch McConnell off the hook for where we are today.
We know what's going to happen if liberal interest groups take to the streets.
"There is no way politically the Democratic base will stand for any kind of hearings or vote on a Trump nominee for the Supreme Court before the election."
Chris Matthews was cogent and on fire after Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement and threw a firebomb into the midterms.
When St. Ronnie speaks, do Republicans listen?
“In many respects, I think it’s broken,” Kennedy said of the corrections system.
Justice Elena Kagan said the town’s practices could not be reconciled “with the First Amendment’s promise that every citizen, irrespective of her religion, owns an equal share of her government.”
This second installment of a diary series on the structure of lies in conservative jurisprudence distinguishes between conservative psychological propensities and their crystalization into historically pernicious ideologies.
The extreme conservative judicial activism in overturning the Voting Rights Act clashes violently with conventional conservative rhetoric opposing the DOMA decision. That rhetoric is simply a lie.
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