supreme court justices
When it comes to the rights of workers trying to stand up to unfair practices, Gorsuch’s record is downright frightening.
Republican Senators are violating their Oath of Office by refusing to consider any Supreme Court nominee
The President, or perhaps the Vice President, who is the technical head of the Senate under certain circumstances, must charge
Ever eager to assure conservatives he's their best bet to cement an ultraconservative majority on the Supreme Court, Donald Trump recently announced ten more names he'd add to the pool of people he might name to the Court if elected.
"This is about creating change," said Kerry Washington, who stars as Hill in the new film "Confirmation."
In a sense, Donald Trump is correct that women who have abortions if the procedure is banned should face "some sort of punishment." Before you misconstrue my opinion, please note that I have always been an advocate of pro-choice.
And he probably won't do anything about it.
We need leaders who do not fight with reckless abandon, but instead who are dignified and honorable, and who exemplify the grander vision of keeping us all together.
Although there are liberals who are disappointed that President Obama did not nominate someone more in the spirit of a William Brennan or a Thurgood Marshall, Merrick Garland is an exceptional choice. But Senate Republicans, led by the likes of Mitch McConnell and Charles Grassley, refuse even to consider his nomination.
If Judge Merrick Garland is confirmed as a Supreme Court Justice (a big if!), four out of the nine justices would be Jews. That's almost a majority. What explains this extraordinary representation?
We hope the Notorious RBG is celebrating in style.