Election integrity question
Wrong precedent, wrong call
“Montana’s no-aid provision was the result of this same prejudice.”
“A more brazen abuse of our authority to interpret statutes is hard to recall.”
Say, does anyone remember the media obsession with stare decisis?
All in favor…
“There can be few things worse in a civilized, law abiding nation…”
We can’t let Republicans use this the way we’ve been using it against Trump.
Stay tuned for CNN’s ‘Notorious RBG’ special.
“When faced with a demonstrably erroneous precedent, my rule is simple: We should not follow it.”
What’s the real goal in an execution anyway?
“The judicial branch is, how it must be, very different.”
His 4th Amendment stance is troubling.
It’s hard, but it doesn’t need to be *this* hard
Ask not for whom the rose tolls…
He doesn’t think the majority went far enough.
According to anonymous sources “familiar with the incident”
“I am also encouraged by the number of people, especially young people, who…are expressing themselves in opposition.”
Kennedy or Gorsuch the key?
Delivered as promised
Reviewing applications on his own
“Elections have consequences.”
“Democrats have far dirtier hands when it comes to erosion of the institutional pillars of the Senate.”
“McConnell doesn’t start many fights; he finishes them.”
Ayotte: Senate Dems forcing McConnell to go nuclear.
Gang of three?
Bennet: “I will oppose efforts to filibuster the nomination …”
Fangs out for Brandenburg?
Deep holes, and not digging.
Plus AP: Why is no one tracking teacher vaccinations?