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Justice John Paul Stevens and the Non-Partisan Academic Justice

More and more, it seems the Supreme Court receives vitriolic attacks from both sides of the political spectrum. Whether Citizens United or King v. Burwell… 1,114 more words

Et Cetera

"Jim DeMint Looking Over His Shoulder": Trump Made A Big Promise Aimed At Winning Over Nervous Conservatives

It sort of got lost in competing news about his efforts to seem a mite more normal now that he’s almost certain to head to Cleveland in July as the leader in delegates, if not the putative nominee, but Donald Trump made a very unusual and highly significant… 435 more words

Donald Trump

Letter Regarding Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, Elbridge Gerry and Gerrymandering in Georgia

Included below is a February 16, 2016 letter sent earlier today to Georgia’s General Assembly regarding former U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, Elbridge Gerry and Gerrymandering in Georgia. 122 more words

Open Letter

"It Will Be Easy To Replace Antonin Scalia": In Terms Of Quality In A Supreme Court Justice, He Will Be Easy To Replace

Antonin Scalia’s unexpected death came as a shock to me—and not just because I had plans until recently to go hiking this weekend in Big Bend, Texas, where the justice died. 763 more words

Donald Trump

Time for a little light reading over break

In addition to the relief of the workload that finals season imposes, the end of the semester gives you the chance to read something you choose.  282 more words

Intellectual Life

“Six Amendments: How and Why We Should Change the Constitution.”

By John Paul Stevens April 11, 2014

John Paul Stevens served as an associate justice of the Supreme Court from 1975 to 2010. Following is a part of his essay is excerpted from his new book, … 315 more words

Constitution And Law