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Looks good to me!

The front page of The Washington Times sums up what’s happening in the Trump White House & beyond. For the most part, I am happy with the news. 17 more words

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The Next Supreme Court Justice

The Supreme Court of the United States February 2016

There are many decisions that a new President needs to make, and many responsibilities. One of the more important ones is the selection of a Supreme Court Justice. 566 more words

Politics

Report: FBI 'Declined To Get Involved' In Investigation of Scalia's Death

(Truth In Media) The Presidio County Sheriff’s Office released a report late Tuesday that gave some insight into the actions of federal law enforcement following the recent death of a Supreme Court Justice. 544 more words

Truth In Media

Lack of Autopsy in Scalia Death Raises Questions

(Truth In Media) The circumstances surrounding the death of Senior Associate Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia led some detectives to question why his body was not autopsied. 348 more words

Truth In Media

Ranch Owner: Scalia Was Found Dead With A 'Pillow Over His Head'

(Truth In Media) The owner of the ranch where Senior Associate Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, 79, was found dead Saturday morning shared the details of the judge’s appearance and the events surrounding his death. 345 more words

Truth In Media

Green Panic: Supreme Court Nominee Thinks Government “Experts” Should Sometimes Lose

Guest essay by Eric Worrall At least one green is worried that Judge Neil Gorsuch, a potential replacement for Supreme Court Judge Antonin Scalia, who died in 2016, thinks courts should sometimes be able to rule against the advice of government experts.

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Climate Matters

Discussion: Originalism moved the Court right

The term Originalism has become a common one around the Supreme Court and in the legal field. The concept, applied to the Constitution, means to interpret the text based on either the original intent of the Founding Fathers or what the text would have meant to people at the time of ratification. 417 more words

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