The play lasted only eight seconds out of 3,600 in the entire game. The distance traveled roughly 16 inches out of 3,600 across the field. Yet what occurred during those 8 seconds and 16 inches could make the difference between immeasurable joy or profound sadness. 379 more words
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been voted #1 Supreme Court lunch date by hungry American lawyers, according to a new survey.
Ginsburg came out on top as the most popular potential lunch date, followed by Antonin Scalia and Sonia Sotomayor, presumably because they’re kind of in Ginsburg’s posse. 116 more words
This is what Republicans and others are fighting over and which the SCOTUS will decide.
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But the law—as written—offers subsidies only to people who buy plans “through an Exchange established by the State.” In other words, if you bought a plan through the federal exchange—and more than five million people did in 2014—you’re not eligible for the subsidy.
The irony of Clarence Thomas opposing affirmative action is almost tragic in its grandeur and scope.
— Adam Feldman (@FeldmanAdam) April 22, 2014
As Twitchy reported, the Supreme Court voted 6 to 2 today (Justice Kagan did not participate) to uphold Michigan’s right to prohibit affirmative action in college admissions.10 more words
When John Roberts was nominated by President George W. Bush to replace Chief Justice William Rehnquist, here is what Townhall Magazine said about him:
If you watched the confirmation hearings for his nomination to be chief justice of the Supreme Court, you know why the Left hates him. 602 more words