Obama’s Supreme Court nominations
One the one hand, I agree with Rosen here, with the major caveat that "more substantive that the last three hearings" is a bar comparable to a major league team.
I guess she will be a judge in the same tradition as Louis Brandeis, in the same sense that Vincente Padilla is a "Dodgers Opening Day starter" in the tradition.
I'm not saying that she will be as bad as the endorsement suggests. But let's be frank: when you're a Democratic president with 59 votes in the Senate and you.
Responding to attempts to analogize Elena Kagan to Harriet Miers -- which are certainly problematic in several respects -- Matt analogizes Elena Kagan to John Roberts. I think this analogy,.
To follow up on one point raised by Paul, I was genuinely puzzled by this post by Ilya Somin. This isn't because I disagree with his argument that being an.
I was commissioned by my editors at the Prospect to write an article about Diane Wood. While I was polishing it, someone in our comments linked to an excellent Green.
Apparently, when it's the public release of the papers of a Nixon appointee to the Supreme Court. To wit: For example, while Judge Garland has not often dealt with social.
Over at the Prospect I make the case for nominating an actual liberal for the Supreme Court. In particular, there's no political reason for not doing so: It might be.