Math is hard … but it’s not this hard.
“Why do you think more Americans don’t agree that this is the right thing to do? And what more can you say?”
Over what isn’t clear
“Nine seems to be a good number. It’s been that way for a long time.”
“…the idea is not to be opportunistic, but just to be prepared”
“…went home after her fall, but experienced discomfort over the night.”
“That is who I am. That is who I was.”
“To re-establish the body within the robe is a progressive political statement”
“Most judges are very well behaved.”
“…he would receive a unanimous verdict in his favor from those who know him.”
Notorious RBG hangs on
“…the justice who made her name as a women’s rights lawyer in the 1970s apparently is not counting on leaving the stage any time soon.”
“I am also encouraged by the number of people, especially young people, who…are expressing themselves in opposition.”
Will they stay or will they go?
I don’t see how this could possibly fail…
“…the women of the Senate, Senators Dianne Feinstein and Lindsey Graham.”
But RBG is a liberal so….
“…we can’t let him win something as important as a Supreme Court seat on a bluff.”
No endorsements, and no apologies either.
Let the congregation join in
“There almost certainly will be a majority to overrule Roe vs. Wade and allow states to prohibit abortions.”
Earlier called Kaepernick’s protest “dumb and disrespectful”
“If they want to be stupid, there’s no law that should be preventive.”
“In the future I will be more circumspect.”
“Her fellow Justices need to stage an intervention…”
“[D]rop the political punditry and the name-calling.”
Time to recuse herself … to New Zealand?
“But we’re not, at least I wasn’t, 100 percent sober.”
No true liberal.
You shall not pass
“I decided it.” Plus, why one current Justice hates it.
“Police reform” is a red herring
Atlanta mayor scolds rioters.
Walz: We’re now fully mobilizing the National Guard.