Eliot Spitzer Says Citizens United was Rightly Decided

Citizens United was rightly decided by the Supreme Court not because the decision was subjectively good or bad for the country, but rather because it objectively comports with the text and meaning of the U.S. Constitution….

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Justice Ginsburg Disses Constitution She Swore to Uphold

If you wonder why conservatives are so concerned about Democrats stacking the court with liberals, read Eugene Volokh’s blog post reporting that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg appeared on Egyptian television and warned developing nations of the world not to use…

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Super-Pacs, Citizens United and the Role of Supreme Court Justices

I winced this morning when former Pennsylvania Governor, Democrat Ed Rendell, said that he hoped the Supreme Court majority that had decided the Citizens United case was paying close attention to the corrosive influence of super-pacs in the Republican primary.¹ Mr….

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SCOTUS to Hear Health Care Mandate Challenge

The United States Supreme Court has granted certiorari in Florida v. Department of Health and Human Services. The main issue before the court is,  [W]hether the Affordable Care Act‘s mandate that virtually every individual obtain health…

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Obama Says He Seeks Diversity on the Federal Bench

The left is promoting quotas again. Nathan Koppel of the Wall Street Journal says that President Obama wants diversification of the federal bench to be a top priority: National Public Radio today takes a detailed look at the…

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