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If our partisan Supreme Court terrifies you, fixed terms for justices is a safer bet than than #RibsForRuth, says Michael Mcgough
But doesn’t the Constitution say that Supreme Court justices should serve for life? Life tenure is certainly implied by language in Article III saying that “judges, both of the supreme and inferior co... read more
Is the Freedom Caucus dead, or is it just the Republican Party now?
Founded in 2014, the Freedom Caucus only ever boasted between 30 and 40 members, but was able to exert an outsized influence when the GOP was in power, because they could deny the party leadership ... read more
Viva Las Vegas: Elvis, Adelson To Be Honored With Presidential Medal Of Freedom
Page, who had a Hall-of-Fame career with the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears, went on to serve more than 20 years as a justice on the Minnesota Supreme Court ... for a midterm election watch party ... read more
Senators Must Reject McConnell’s Attempt to Pack Court with Extreme Nominees
“At a moment when our courts are under attack, it is more important than ever that those who serve on the bench are fair and independent ... But we can't do it alone. It doesn't work that way. We need ... read more
A Partisan Guide to the Fight Over the Acting Attorney General
The OLC says that the other statute only says what the president “may” do, but doesn’t require ... Court has had to deal with long-standing, pragmatic statutory arrangements that serve ... read more
Will the Supreme Court Rule on Partisan Gerrymandering Before 2021?
The U.S. Supreme Court doesn’t ... partisan gerrymandering. A federal court agreed, holding that the plan was an unconstitutional partisan gerrymander in violation of both the Equal Protection Clause ... read more
LETTER: Vote for candidate is a vote for party
I had to let that comment sink in with other irrational comments I’ve heard over time, e.g.: “It doesn’t matter who you vote for; they are all crooks.” Donnie, a candidate belongs to a political party ... read more
'Tribalism’ doesn’t explain our political conflicts
During the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh ... and more people identify as independents than with either party. The 40 percent of Americans who now consider themselv... read more
Court filings accidentally reveal that Julian Assange has been charged.
But he might be the first one who doesn’t care than anybody ... because they could deny the party leadership a governing majority. Without that majority next year, the Freedom Caucus’s power ... read more
Playing the Long Game for the Supreme Court
It was 31 years ago this week, on Oct. 23, 1987, that the Senate rejected the Supreme Court nomination of Robert H. Bork. Thirty-one years and a world ago: eight senators crossed party lines ... the H... read more
Trump to award freedom medals to Elvis, Babe Ruth
is a major donor to the Republican party, Jewish causes worldwide, and medical research. Also receiving the award next week will be Republican Senator Orrin Hatch, former Minnesota Supreme Court Justi... read more
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If partisan Supreme Court terrifies you, fixed terms for justices is a safer bet than than #RibsForRuth
But doesn’t the Constitution say that Supreme Court justices should serve for life? Life tenure is certainly implied by language in Article III saying that “judges, both of the supreme and ... read more
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