n a truly just world, Brett Kavanaugh would not be confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court for so many reasons. While the “he said – she said” conflict between Judge Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford is stealing center stage, there are countless reasons why the process is flawed.
The Missouri Senate race is tied and, in a scene so dramatic that it could be made into a film, we just so happen
The Constitution is important. Full stop. It does many things, chief among them being defining and protecting the rights of people in the United
Suppose that you were judging a bake-off among contestants who didn’t know the difference between sugar and salt. Suppose that you were a judge
How will the next justice appointed to the Supreme Court vote? The answer, history tells us, is: We don’t know for sure. Surprises happen.
It is all but guaranteed that President Trump’s nomination of Neil Gorsuch to sit on the Supreme Court will create a political inferno, aggravating
Republicans have clearly stated that they won’t even hold a hearing on President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, Merrick Garland. But that obstructionist stand should
In the 227-year history of the Supreme Court, about 80% of nominees have been confirmed. But the road to confirmation can be rocky, and
This is not complicated. Here are two reasons why it would be an excellent idea for President Obama to nominate someone approximately 38 years
How would a successor to Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia vote? If President Obama manages to get a hearing on a nominee, will he