If Lincoln could speak in distress in a slave state about the equality of black and white military prisoners, surely some president might speak in defense of the equality of all pre-born life.
Roberts made a Supreme Court that is political instead of judicial. That’s where the buck stops now.
Overruling Roe and Casey now is the only legally correct decision.
The Democrats are recycling an already old playbook, but it is one they profited from during and after the Summer of Love.
All eyes remain on the chief justice, to see if he can find a way—any way—to restore to the Court a semblance of that which he has long cherished most, its perceived institutional integrity.
To preserve Roe would be neither prudent nor courageous. It would be absurd and cowardly. And certainly not “conservative.”
Jackson’s confirmation is being hurried to a Monday committee vote ahead of the Easter recess. What could the rush possibly be?
George Washington’s Supreme Court appointments were founders, politicians, entrepreneurs . . . and one cushing.
The Court wisely overturned a dubious and racialized distortion of the Constitution.
According to Joe Biden, Jackson possesses a “brilliant legal mind.” But she can’t even define “woman.”
There is not much worse than a Supreme Court justice with a soft spot for mollycoddling pedophiles—a position Jackson has actually held since law school.
Her race is irrelevant. Her membership in the administrative state elite is all-important.
Our “conservative” justices must stop the legal system from becoming a quick-return investment scheme for trial lawyers.
Justices John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh have dangerously subordinated law and precedent to the influence of the ever-changing political environment.
In Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard the Supreme Court could undo the damage caused by its ruling in UC Regents v. Bakke and restore the proper understanding of the 14th Amendment.
Consider the empirical evidence of pre-borns’ humanity.
Unless fundamental changes are made that cut to the core of the modern conservative legal movement, conservatives will remain disappointed.
Abortion returns to the Supreme Court. Pro-lifers must steel themselves for what is now to come.