Since Justice Scalia’s death, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) has been channeling Captain Renault in Casablanca by being “Shocked! Shocked!” that Senate Republicans might not consider any replacement before the end of President Obama’s term. ...
The 1988 and 2008 versions of Grassley would disagree with the 2016 version.
Red lights demand that the rich and poor alike stop.
Reducing the number of citations and arrest warrants will tend to increase, not decrease, the proportion African Americans make up of persons cited and arrested.
Contract in the United States has been traditionally understood as the rights and responsibilities parties willingly take on to advance each one’s best interests.
Scalia himself would have unquestionably upheld the president’s constitutional authority to name his successor.
Increasing the Court’s diversity would be an intrinsically good decision.
Asian Pacific Americans are the fastest growing population of color in the country, with a voting electorate expected to double in the next 25 years.
Not a single one of the past 12 successful nominees to the high court, whether nominated by a Republican president or a Democratic president, faced a wait of more than 100 days.
The U.S. Senate should not roll over for Obama’s choice.