Category Archives: SCOTUS

Amy Klobuchar: the Cruz Hypocrisy regarding SCOTUS

People are already voting and they don’t buy in to phony Republican arguments for replacing Justice Ginsburg as soon as possible to insure enough Trump support on SCOTUS to overturn the election results if needed. Trump is not hiding his … Continue reading

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Something you can do for RBG

From Randall Parsons/Judith Hope: If you feel the need to do something… or something more than you’ve been doing, here’s a way to honor RBG and help stop McConnell from pushing through another ultra conservative Supreme Court nominee. Leave voicemails … Continue reading

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Complete Lee Zeldin Environmental Voting Record

Lee Zeldin’s League of Conservation Voters (LCV) score for 2019 was 28%. This seems like an improvement from his scores from prior years, which hovered around 10%, but to put things in perspective: The average Member of Congress score in … Continue reading

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Kavanaugh’s 1982 Calendar: damning!

From Slate.com There’s an Entry on Kavanaugh’s 1982 Calendar That Supports Ford’s Story Better Than His Own By Matthew Zeitlin Sept 27, 20186:23 PM “go to Timmy’s for [Brew]skis (beer) with Judge, Tom, PJ, Bernie, Squi” (Provided by Brett Kavanaugh … Continue reading

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Remembering Julie Hilden

A nice tribute to a First Amendment warrior MONDAY, MARCH 19, 2018 by Michael Dorf Julie Hilden — lawyer, author, and editor — passed away on Saturday. She was my friend for over 30 years. Julie combined a fierce intelligence … Continue reading

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Locking up Immigrants

In just a few hours, I’ll be arguing a critical case at the Supreme Court. Jennings v. Rodriguez will decide the fate of thousands of women and men who are languishing in immigration prisons across the country. It’s important – … Continue reading

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