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Writing for us back in the 1980s, Judge, now a key figure in the Kavanaugh drama, displayed a concern for social justice, and a progressive vision for the world. more

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Media coverage of the hearings has hardened into a dangerous and wrongheaded parallel that both Christine Blasey Ford and Kavanaugh are victims. more

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Power, privilege, white male prerogative—that’s the backdrop of the Kavanaugh hearings. more

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A classmate of Kavanaugh’s wrote a book about alcoholism during his teen years at Georgetown Prep. The book features a character named “Bart O’Kavanaugh” . . . more

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A 2007 decision completely disrespects people’s rights and their freedom of choice because of their disability. more

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“His record of American flag and apple pie is unparalleled.” more

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One advantage of declaring loyalty to precedent, history, and tradition is that it allows a distancing of oneself from the real-world effects of legal decisions. more

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Kavanaugh begins his quest for the Supreme Court with a higher level of opposition than for any nominee since Bork’s 1987 nomination. more

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Recent rulings expose the high court’s anti-worker bias. more

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Ah yes, heading back to the good ol’ days when the Bill of Rights somehow co-existed with Jim Crow and women not being able to vote or hold office. more

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From wedding cakes to the Muslim Ban to unions, the Trumpier Court is on the march. more

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Here’s your recap of the jurisprudential carnage. more

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Ralph Chaplin

‘A Call for All Working People.’ more

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Throughout his judicial career, Gorsuch has exhibited a deep disregard for the rights and well-being of Americans with disabilities. more

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Elvert Barnes

The contrast between his coddling of corporations and his rebuff to women’s basic rights reveals a big-business bias crushing for actual human beings. more

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It would be naive to depend on the Supreme Court to defend the rights of poor people, women, people of color, dissenters of all kinds. more

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