As a follow up to my initial response to the question of whether the progressive agenda is exhausted, I have a longer piece up about the major issues progressives are fighting for at various levels. I
Roe v. Wade turns 40 today. This seems like a good opportunity to address some of the false things that are routinely said about it: Roe is unpopular. This is a particular favorite of Ben Wittes
If Clarence Thomas were a Democrat, it’s not too difficult to imagine that this would result in a Congressional inquiry. Combined with the involvement of Virginia Thomas in Liberty Central, th
Atypically for something written by John Yoo, I actually agree with much of the first part of his Clarence Thomas apologia. Thomas is the most principled conservative on the Court, his contribution (w
I’m a few days behind on my weekly rundown of Adam Liptak’s Sidebar column. I blame law school (I know what you’re going to say. I know I’m a third year. Apparently my professo
This online database of papers from the Blackmun files looks like an immensely valuable resources for scholars and watchers of the Court.
Most of this lament for the polarization of the Roberts Court I addressed in a TAP article recently. The short version is that 1)Roberts will certainly fail in his attempt to create a consensual Court
Yesterday, Adam Liptak’s (now free!) column in the NYT addressed the question of photo identification and voting — specifically, whether it’s right (constitutionally, pragmatically,