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Fire at Will: The Supreme Court May Soon Declare Open Season on LGBTQ Employees

While we’re all focused almost exclusively on the COVID-19 crisis, a case with potentially disastrous consequences for the LGBTQ community…

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Supreme Court: Not Our Job To Safeguard Democracy

Last month, Chief Justice John Roberts sent a message to you snowflakes who think it’s the Supreme Court’s job to…

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Guns and Mental Illness

The epidemic of mass shootings in the United States raises difficult, thorny questions about the connection between gun violence and…

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The Case for an FBI Investigation of the Sexual Assault Claim Against Kavanaugh

Any confirmation process that omits an FBI background investigation into Dr. Christine Blasey’s accusation of sexual assault by Supreme Court…

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The Case Against Kavanaugh

What lies behind Brett Kavanaugh’s gold-plated resume? Elections have consequences. Nobody can expect Donald Trump to nominate another Ruth Bader…

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Kavanaugh Poses A Big Threat To The Mueller Probe

The confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court could strike a lethal blow to Special Counsel Robert Meuller’s investigation…

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No Clear Winner In Today’s Supreme Court Decision On The Travel Ban

There is no clear winner or loser in Supreme Court’s decision today grant the Trump administration’s request for review of…

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Senate Democrats Should Hold Firm On Gorsuch Filibuster

How hard should Democrats fight the Gorsuch nomination, and to what end? If the only goal is to prevent Gorsuch…

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Republicans Are Likely To Use The ‘Nuclear Option’ To Confirm Neil Gorsuch To The Supreme Court

The Senate Judiciary Committee’s hearings on President Trump’s nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court are set to begin…

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