David Souter

A ProPublica review adds fuel to a longstanding worry about the nation’s highest court: The justices can botch the truth, sometimes in cases of great import.
"Gorsuch is inviting state courts to put up barriers to marriage equality," notes one constitutional scholar.
I would prefer to run against any Republican in the country other than Trump.
Republicans have shown enormous respect for the Constitution of the United States of America and their hero Associate Justice Antonin Scalia by instantly using his death to demand that President Obama ignore the Constitution for the next 340 DAYS.
Conservatives have had a functional majority at least since 1991.
Would those who criticize Justice Stevens' public statements and writings, particularly concerning public financing of elections, stop just because they could be certain he would have totally ended his career as a judge?
You'd better believe Scalia means it when he says he thinks social networking is "strange," just don't believe everything
Although I can't say I followed everyone of the ins and outs of Elevator Repair Service's Arguendo, at the Public, I had
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has no doubt about how well she does her job. Ginsburg, who has served on the High