Kevin Drum thinks that Alito is signaling that he won’t overturn Roe. Well, I suppose this is literally true, but I think Kevin is misreading what this means for his future jurisprudence: All of
This is not good.
Attempts by conservatives to make the case to progressives that it’s somehow in their interests to have one of the most conservative judges in the Circuit Courts appointed to the Supreme Court r
I mentioned recently Roman Hurska’s famous claim, in defending the hapless Nixon nominee Harold Carswell, that we “can’t have all Brandeises and Cardozos and Frankfurters and stuff l
Quentin Tarantino’s Republic Dogs…
My TAP article about Casey and Alito is up. Atrios explains the reason for Ken Mehlman’s House of Fog memo (we nominated him because he disagrees with the legal positions conservatives have long
In a very important post, Nathan Newman has an extensive list of 3rd Circuit worker’s rights cases in which Alito issued a dissent which was more conservative than the majority ruling. Some lowl
Publius has a typically thoughtful response to my post about Alito and Hibbs. I also think he’s basically right, so it’s worth clarifying my argument. The intent of my lengthy argument abo