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Blogger: Supreme Court Has Repeatedly ‘Overcome The Deplorable And Inexcusable Wrongness’ Of Conservatives

By Tom Johnson ~

If judicial review means that the U.S. Supreme Court is a de facto super-legislature that can in effect supersede actual legislatures, that’s fine with… 491 more words

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Conservatives Raise Alarms Over Liberal Record Of Obama’s Supreme Court Pick

By Philip Wegmann ~

President Obama nominated a longtime federal appeals court judge to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat of the late Justice Antonin Scalia. 799 more words

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Will Tie Votes On The Supreme Court Be A Problem? These 2 Justices Don’t Think So.

By Philip Wegmann ~

For more than a century, the Supreme Court’s bench has had nine spots, enough to round out the roster of a baseball team. 1,021 more words

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McConnell Must Hold Ground On Supreme Court Nomination

By Star Parker ~

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is doing the nation a service by announcing he will work to block President Obama’s appointment to replace Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia and delay until after the election. 611 more words

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The President Doesn’t Deserve An EZ-Pass In Replacing Scalia

By Betsy McCaughey, PhD ~

Democrats are giddy over the prospect of President Obama replacing conservative Justice Antonin Scalia with a liberal.

But Republicans are equally adamant about blocking Obama’s lame-duck appointment. 665 more words


Wash Post Scalia Headline: ‘Supreme Court Conservative Dismayed Liberals’

By Scott Whitlock ~

What was the most important thing for readers of Washington Post to see on the front-page of the paper Sunday morning? A headline focusing directly on the death of Antonin Scalia? 301 more words

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Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Dies, Creating Election Year Vacancy On Court

By Philip Wegmann ~

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died from natural causes while visiting friends in West Texas on Saturday morning. He was 79. 463 more words

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