Samuel Alito

Alito’s chattiness is damning

By John Stoehr / July 31, 2023 /

The more he talks, the more his words will be used against him.

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The presidency can save Trump

By John Stoehr / June 21, 2023 /

Only democratic politics can stop him.

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The only counterweight to the Six is enduring control of Congress by the Democrats

By John Stoehr / December 15, 2022 /

Court-packing is nice but democratic politics is better.

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SCOTUS is dirty. Let’s clean it up

By Mia Brett / November 28, 2022 /

Rightwing justices aren’t going to police themselves.

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There’s no such thing as settled law anymore

By Mia Brett / July 27, 2022 /

These popular fundamental rights must be vigorously fought for the way we wish abortion had been protected when we had the chance.

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An embryo is not a child

By John Stoehr / May 11, 2022 /

Let’s revive that old-time, pre-Roe, religion.

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The Constitution has nothing to do with overturning Roe

By Eric Segall / May 4, 2022 /

So long stare decisis, we hardly knew you.

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Republican justices appear ready to strike down Roe before overturning other privacy rights

By Mia Brett / May 3, 2022 /

Samuel Alito’s assurances are hardly comforting.

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Could Texas’ abortion vigilante law sabotage the open-carry goals of gun-rights groups? Justice Kavanaugh seems worried

By Mia Brett / November 5, 2021 /

A bizarre twist of fate.

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